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CAPE TOWN, MAY 22, 2024 – Proflight Zambia has announced an industry-leading baggage policy update that allows for unprecedented flexibility to better accommodate modern travellers’ diverse needs. Effective immediately, the new policy provides a free 23kg checked baggage allowance on all domestic routes, regardless of fare type.

In a break from traditional piece-based approaches, Proflight has a pioneering “weight concept” model that gives passengers freedom over how to distribute their baggage allowance. Travellers can now split the 23kg weight across multiple bags without restrictions on bag counts.

Proflight’s baggage policies also enable allowance sharing across all passengers within reservations, as well as between families holding separate bookings but with matching surnames. This facilitates easier coordination for groups and families travelling together.

Proflight Zambia‘s Director of Flight Operations Captain Josias Walubita emphasised the customer-centric philosophy: “We are committed to providing our passengers with the best possible travel experience. This revised baggage policy reflects our ongoing efforts to enhance customer satisfaction and streamline our services.”

The new baggage model demonstrates Proflight’s commitment to reshaping air travel practices based on modern realities and human needs, rather than industry conventions. From adventure tourists exploring Zambia’s safari destinations to business travellers on regional routes, the policy allows for a streamlined, hassle-free experience.


About Proflight Zambia

Proflight Zambia, established as a scheduled airline in 2005, is Zambia’s leading airline. Operating from its base in Lusaka its domestic routes include Livingstone, Mfuwe, Ndola, Solwezi, Kalumbila, Mansa, and Kasama, seasonal safari routes to Chunga airstrip in Kafue National Park and Jeki/Royal airstrips in Lower Zambezi; and regionally to Durban, Johannesburg, and Cape Town in South Africa from Lusaka.

The airline prides itself in providing a safe, reliable, efficient, and friendly service, and offering good value to business and leisure travellers locally and internationally. The airline operates four 50-seater Bombardier CRJ-100/200 jets, a Bombardier CRJ-100 Freighter Jet, four 29-seater Jetstream 41 aircraft and one 18-seater Jetstream 32 aircraft.

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Spectacular Skies: SAAF Museum Airshow 2024 Thrills and Amazes!

The recent SAAF Museum Airshow 2024 proved to be an exceptional event, showcasing a seamless blend of meticulous organization, diverse and outstanding displays, and continuous entertainment, making it one of the finest airshows the museum has ever presented.

People lined up from very early in the morning, and as they entered the gates at the Mobile Deployment Wing Swartkop (Old Air Force Base Swartkop), they were greeted by an early morning sky dotted with powered paragliders, with keen aviation enthusiast’s spotting an Ilyushin IL-76 taking off from Waterkloof Airforce Base in the background.

The day commenced with the traditional parade of emergency services down the main taxiway, setting the stage for the event. Brigadier General Donavan Chetty officially welcomed the Chief of the Air Force, Lieutenant General Wiseman Mbambo. Following a scripture reading and prayer, Lt. Gen. Mbambo emphasized the need for the SAAF to embrace the “Space Age.” His speech was complemented by a dramatic skydiving display from the Police Task Force, who landed skillfully behind the podium, adding to the moment.

The airshow officially opened with a thrilling display by the SAAF Museum. A SAAF Museum Bosbok, Cessna C185, and two Harvards crossing over a Puma, two Alouette IIIs, and an Alouette II, showcased exceptional piloting skills, setting a high standard for the rest of the event.

The Harvards, piloted by Martin “Marlow” Louw and Daan “Spur” Conradie, continued with an impressive display.

This was followed by Lieutenant Colonel Scott “Prowler” Logie in the BAE Hawk Mk.120 from 85 Combat Flying School, who delivered a stunning performance demonstrating the jet’s capabilities.

Andre van Zyl in his Magni M16C Gyro and Johann “Juba” Joubert in a privately-owned Alouette III displayed their remarkable skills, further adding to the day’s highlights.

Andrew Blackwood-Murray’s high-energy performance in his Nashua-sponsored Extra 300LP captivated the audience.

A standout was the unusual three-ship formation of two Alouette IIIs flanking a Cessna 185 by the SAAF Museum, demonstrating a remarkable blend of rotor and fixed-wing aircraft in formation flight.

The solo display by Major Morolong in the Silver Falcons Pilatus PC-7 and the agility of the Agusta A-109 from 17 Squadron at AFB Swartkops highlighted the SAAF’s versatile fleet.

The Classic Flying Collection’s de Havilland DH82 Tiger Moths, flown by Grant Timms and Ryan Briggs, delivered a graceful formation display, celebrating SAAF’s rich history.

The SAAF Museum’s dynamic formation of two Harvards and a Puma, the North American Navions’ display by Mike George and Reyno Coetzer, and Tristan Eeles’ high-energy aerobatics in the Extra 330SC were all crowd favorites.

The Hired Gun Pitts Specials, piloted by Ellis Levin, Arnie Meneghelli, and Sean Thackwray, showcased exceptional aerobatics and formation flying. Captain Flippie Vermeulen’s Beechcraft Model 18 display brought nostalgia from the golden age of flying

The “Mini War” display was a dramatic re-enactment of SAAF and SAPS capabilities, including a simulated cargo drop, enemy engagement, and rescue operations, all narrated by Capt Jacques de Vries, Capt Richard “Omega” Dixon, and Capt Jean-Pierre “Nitro” Poisat.

The scenario commenced with a SAAF Casa 212 executing a vital cargo drop, only to face hostile fire from enemy forces that brought down the aircraft. Swiftly, an Agusta A-109 was deployed as a strategic coordination platform, orchestrating the response. Recognizing the gravity of the situation, the crew summoned the SAPS Special Task Force to parachute in and support the downed pilot, yet the adversary remained formidable.

In a decisive move, the Hawks were mobilized, unleashing a barrage of cannon fire and strategically placed simulated bombs by the adept SA Army engineers, effectively suppressing the hostile threat. The pivotal moment arrived when a pair of MBB-Kawasaki BK-117s from 15 Squadron Charlie Flight, piloted by the skilled Maj Bertie “Beetle” Fourie with Flight Sgt Letladi Mahlakwana and Maj Ross “Pacer” Cameron with Sgt Carl van Dalen, swooped in to airlift the pilot to safety.

The audience, deeply engaged by the intense and dynamic sequence of events, responded with fervor, their excitement heightened by the resounding explosions that punctuated the display. Such gripping scenarios not only showcase the exceptional skill and coordination of our forces but also captivate and thrill spectators, leaving a lasting impression of the prowess and precision of our armed services.

Following the intense action, the pace eased as a three-ship de Havilland Chipmunk display took to the skies. Piloted by Rodney Chinn, Ryan Briggs, and Grant Timms, these meticulously restored Chipmunks delivered a mesmerizing demonstration of formation flying. The graceful and seamless maneuvers of these vintage aircraft offered a serene contrast, captivating the audience with their elegance and precision.

The SAAF Museum astounded spectators with a display of unparalleled precision and coordination as they executed a breathtaking aerial ballet featuring a Puma and two Alouette III helicopters. The sight of these helicopters operating in such close proximity is a rare spectacle, making the synchronized performance all the more remarkable and captivating. Spectators were treated to a display of skill and mastery rarely seen, leaving them in awe of the pilots’ expertise and the helicopters’ graceful maneuvers.

The South African Air Force has a rich history of active participation in numerous conflicts, including the Korean War, during which SAAF 2 Squadron famously deployed the North American P51 in combat. Menno Parsons paid homage to this historic period with a captivating display of his P-51 “Mustang Sally”. Despite never having seen combat, this iconic aircraft, which celebrates its 80th anniversary later this year, gained fame for its role in the movie “Patton” and its participation in the prestigious Reno Air Races during the early 1980s.

Next up, Paramount’s Mwari showcased the ongoing spirit of innovation within the South African aviation industry. This two-seat, tandem cockpit aircraft features a high-wing design and twin-boom configuration, hinting at its considerable potential for the future. The aircraft was expertly maneuvered, demonstrating its impressive agility and versatility to the enthralled crowd.

The South African Police Service (SAPS) delivered an impressive showcase of their response capabilities. A Pilatus PC-6 Porter executed a flawless drop of three Special Task Force members, who executed pinpoint accurate landings amidst the smoke and action on the ground. They were then skillfully picked up by Tillanie Neethling, expertly piloting one of the brand new Airbus H125 Squirrel Helicopters. The thrilling display, featuring task force members hanging onto the side of the helicopter as it weaved through smoke and stun grenades, was undoubtedly a crowd pleaser!

The following display, featuring two SAAF MBB BK-117 helicopters from 15 Squadron Charlie Flight, left the crowd in awe. Piloted by Maj Corrie “Serrano” Oberholzer with Maj Bertie “Beetle” Fourie, and Lt Col Jared “Gizmo” Oliver with Sgt Carl van Dalen, their performance was nothing short of unforgettable. From their synchronized spiral climb and daring vertical handstands to maneuvers that seemed to defy gravity, the skill and precision required to execute such maneuvers are truly remarkable. A commendable performance by 15 Squadron Charlie Flight!

Nigel Hopkins and Jason Beamish, supported by their new sponsor Master Power Technologies, elevated the excitement with their performance in the Extra 300s. Their breathtaking maneuvers, incredibly tight formation flying, and high-energy aerobatics thrilled the crowd, showcasing not only the capabilities of these exceptional aerobatic aircraft but also the extraordinary skill of the pilots.

The SAAF Museum’s hoisting demonstration with the Puma, followed by Juba Joubert’s skilled display in the Aerospatiale SA-341 “Gazelle” continued to keep the crowd captivated.

Grant Timms took to the skies in the Aero L-29 Delfín, a Soviet-era trainer, delivering a beautiful and graceful display of this remarkable jet. Owned by Richardt Lovett, the aircraft is adorned with a stunning livery depicting an American Bald Eagle. The striking contrast of this amazing livery against the clear blue skies created a truly breathtaking sight.

The Goodyear Eagles have long been a familiar sight on the South African aviation scene. Piloted by Nigel Hopkins, Jason Beamish, Trevor Warner, and Johan von Solms, they continue to deliver a fast-paced performance that has captured the hearts of the crowd. Their high-energy display, featuring close formations and aerobatics, ensures that the audience is thoroughly entertained from start to finish.

The crowd was treated to the distinctive sound of the Bell Huey UH-1, as Menno Parsons showcased the agility of his Tiger Bell UH-1. With a series of maneuvers, he highlighted the capabilities of this fantastic aircraft. The Huey is renowned for its pivotal role in the Vietnam War, immortalized in numerous movies that captured the iconic sounds and sights of this helicopter.

Next up was the breathtaking formation flying of the RV Raptors team. Pierre Gouws, the team’s founder and former leader, provided commentary, captivating the crowd throughout the display. Led by Nigel Hopkins and accompanied by Dion Raath, Trevor Warner, and Johan von Solms, the team executed an incredible routine of exceptionally close formation flying.

As the sun began its descent, the Puma Energy Flying Lions took to the skies for their sunset display. With several pilots lined up for takeoff before darkness fell, they had to wait on the taxiway, enveloped in the dense smoke from the preceding Harvard display. The Harvards delivered a stunning performance, the gleaming aircraft in the setting sun creating a truly magnificent sight.

Major Morolong continued to impress with his second display in the Silver Falcons Pilatus PC-7 as the sun dipped toward the horizon. The aircraft gleamed in the sunset, enhancing the beauty of the graceful maneuvers and creating a fantastic spectacle for the audience.

As night fell, Brian Emmenis and Captain Charlene “Artemis” Buitenhuis rallied the crowd to gather close for the final display. Three Hawk Mk.120s took off into the twilight, their roaring engines reigniting the crowd’s excitement for the grand finale. The spectators were treated to a mesmerizing display by Lieutenant Colonel Scott “Prowler” Logie, who performed gracefully against the backdrop of the darkening sky, concluding with a spectacular flare display.

Prowler was soon joined by the other two Hawk Mk.120s, forming the “Hawk Formation” of three jets. They executed a dramatic break in front of the crowd, releasing flares as a massive wall of fire illuminated the night sky, bringing the show to a thrilling conclusion.

The SAAF Museum Airshow 2024 was a resounding success, thanks to the efforts of all participants, organizers, and supporting services. Special thanks to Brian Emmenis and Capital Sounds for their engaging commentary and to the SAAF Museum and Mobile Deployment Wing Swartkop for hosting a memorable day. The event showcased the skill, dedication, and excellence of the SAAF, leaving the audience with unforgettable memories.

Please enjoy the photos below, taken throughout the show and show validation days.

Euroairlines signs an agreement with distribution platform Letsfly

The Asian company, which processes more than 400 million searches per day, will enable Euroairlines to expand into China, Hong Kong and Singapore.

Madrid, April XX 2024. Asia’s leading low-cost airline aggregator Letsfly and the Euroairlines group have signed an agreement that will allow the latter to connect with more than 120 airlines present in the Chinese market.

The alliance is part of Euroairlines’ strategy to expand its presence in Eastern markets. According to Euroairlines Group CEO, Antonio Lopez-Lazaro, the agreement demonstrates the Spanish company’s “real commitment” to “serving new markets, in this case Asia, which is the new center of gravity for global economic activity and air transport.” “This deal means a development of our direct distribution channels and allows us greater connectivity with agencies that are not members of IATA,” he adds. The partnership comes in the midst of Euroairlines’ expansion, which has just entered territories such as Africa, Eastern Europe and the Middle East.

Letsfly, through its distribution platform, integrates and distributes international travel content and resources. On the one hand, more than 120 airlines are present on the platform, of which 40 are low-cost airlines with direct connections. On the other hand, more than five million passengers a year use the platform – which records more than 700 million daily flight searches – to find their best travel option.

Janet Zhang, FSC CEO of the Chinese company, appreciates that “the collaboration with Euroairlines is undoubtedly a significant milestone for Letsfly Group that offers our company greater development opportunities.” “By enriching our airline content and enhancing capabilities in the European market, Letsfly can provide our customers with a greater variety of services, as well as strengthen our competitiveness and market share in the region”, she adds.

About Euroairlines

Euroairlines ( was founded in Spain in 2000 as a commercial air transport operator. Today it is a business group that also offers distribution services to other airlines through its IATA Q4-291 plate with the support of leading travel agencies and GDS in more than 60 markets. Euroairlines is headquartered in Madrid (Spain) and has offices in New York, Miami, Cancun, Mexico City, Buenos Aires, Bogota, Lima, Sao Paulo and Santiago de Chile, as well as other European capitals.

About Letsfly

Letsfly ( was born in China in 2014 as a technology-based company dedicated to integrating and distributing global travel content and resources. It currently has an advanced and reliable distribution platform aimed at helping airlines and hotels offer the most suitable airfare and accommodation products to international travelers. It is headquartered in Beijing and has offices in Dalian, Hong Kong, Singapore, Sydney and Dublin. Letsfly has partnered with global OTA giants and has successfully connected with more than 400,000 international hotels and over 124 airlines.

Initial Performer Lineup Revealed for 2024 Pacific Airshow Gold Coast Mega Event

Initial Performer Lineup Revealed for 2024 Pacific Airshow Gold Coast Mega Event

The anticipation is palpable as Pacific Airshow reveals details of its initial Gold Coast performer line up for this year’s event, taking place from 16 to 18 August at Surfers Paradise.

Set to be bigger and better than the inaugural 2023 event, more than a dozen displays have been publicly confirmed with multiples of everything joining the show and more to be announced.

The Royal Australian Air Force’s 100 Squadron heritage aircraft will take to Gold Coast skies for the first time en masse and the RAAF Roulettes aerobatic display team has also been confirmed to fly daily shows in their Pilatus PC-21s. Other operational RAAF aircraft will be confirmed in due course.

Australian aviation legend and Pacific Airshow Brand Ambassador Matt Hall will take to the skies in a two-ship performance with female aerobatic pilot Emma McDonald who performed her very first solo airshow display at Pacific Airshow Gold Coast last year.

The might of the United States military will be on full display with the return of the US Marine Corps Ospreys (x2) and US Air Force heavy weights C-17 (x2) and KC-135 all taking part. Making their Australian debut will be the US Navy Leap Frogs landing right on the beach within the ticketed precinct.

Headlining the list of international civilian performers is Arizona’s Jeff Boerboon, who dazzled Gold Coast crowds last year in his one-of-a-kind Yak110.

Also making their Pacific Airshow debut will be the UK’s Gravity Industries featuring two pilots wearing revolutionary jet suits demonstrating the future of human flight right from Show Centre.

“This is the first time Gravity Industries will show off their innovations at Pacific Airshow and we are stoked to bring it up close and personal for the Gold Coast to see. Gravity Industries aligns strongly with Pacific Airshow’s commitment to showcase the future of mobility technology, right here in Queensland,” said event visionary and director Kevin Elliott.

“Our mate Jackson ‘Jacko’ Strong will also take this event to the next level when he not only BASE jumps off of one of Australia’s tallest buildings in the lead up to the event, but we have what we think will be an even more spectacular stunt planned for each day of this year’s Airshow, so stay tuned.”

Pacific Airshow has also revealed its two-year project to import the first ever T-33 Shooting Star jet into Australia exclusively for Pacific Airshow Gold Coast. The jet will be making its debut this year piloted by veteran T-33 pilot Greg Colyer.

“The T-33 jet is special because it is the one and only T-33 in Australia, possibly ever, and it is painted in the original Thunderbird livery from their founding in 1954,” said Elliott.

“We couldn’t be more excited to welcome everyone back to Pacific Airshow Gold Coast for our second year and are honoured to host the Australian and U.S. military participants announced thus far. 2023 was a massive success, selling out completely. We are working to make this year’s event even bigger and more exciting both in the air and on the ground in Surfers Paradise.

“Pacific Airshow isn’t just about adrenaline pumping aviation, it’s an amazing family day out with activities for all ages and we have kept it affordable with family of four passes starting at $135 for the day. This first announcement of performers already packs our schedule with world class talent — but stand by as we have more to come!”

Here’s a look at the diverse and thrilling performers confirmed to take to the skies this August —

  • United States Marine Corps MV-22s: Two MV22 Ospreys will display their unique tiltrotor capabilities, combining the functionality of a conventional helicopter with the long-range, high-speed cruise performance of a turboprop aircraft.
  • Royal Australian Air Force: 100 Squadron heritage aircraft, complete list to be confirmed.
  • Air Force Roulettes: The highly skilled Air Force Roulettes aerobatic team will dazzle the crowd with their thrilling formations and precision flying. Don’t miss their breathtaking performance that demonstrates the highest levels of skill and teamwork.
  • United States Air Force C-17s: Dual C17 Globemasters will illustrate air mobility and logistics capabilities in a demonstration highlighting the strategic importance of these massive aircraft in military and humanitarian missions.
  • The United States Navy Leap Frogs: The team will perform a series of high-altitude jumps, showcasing precision skydiving and parachute skills in formations that capture the eye and imagination.
  • Gravity Industries: Two pilots will be wearing revolutionary jet suits. Gravity Industries designs, builds and flies jet suits, pioneering a new era of human flight. The company was founded to challenge perceived boundaries in human aviation and to inspire others to dare to ask “What if?”
  • Matt Hall: Red Bull Air Race world champion, former RAAF top gun fighter pilot and Pacific Airshow Brand Ambassador.
  • Emma McDonald: Female aerobatics pilot and Head of Aviation for the Matt Hall racing team.
  • Greg Colyer – T-33 Jet: Californian Greg Colyer will take to the skies in the iconic T-33 Shooting Star, showcasing the grace and history of this classic jet trainer aircraft, which has trained generations of pilots and is the first of its kind in Australia.
  • Hayden Pullen: Gold Coast professional aerobatic pilot Hayden Pullen will perform in his own Extra 330 LT, known for its agility and speed, demonstrating high-energy aerobatics that push the limits of both pilot and machine.
  • Freedom Formation: This team of disciplined Australian pilots will execute precise formations, demonstrating the art of close-flight manoeuvres after being a huge hit at the 2023 Pacific Airshow Gold Coast.
  • Westpac Lifesaver Rescue Helicopter: Two Westpac helicopters will display their critical lifesaving capabilities in a simulated search and rescue operation.
  • Screaming Diamonds: The Screaming Diamonds will present a flawless routine of formation flying, with tight manoeuvres and painting intricate patterns in the sky.
  • Gold Coast Skydive: Expect heart-stopping moments as the Gold Coast Skydive team leaps from breathtaking heights, demonstrating the exhilarating rush and freedom of freefall.
  • Red Star Roolettes: Taking a flight away from their day jobs as QANTAS pilots, the Red Star Roolettes will entertain with their skilled aerobatics and formation flying.
  • Fastjet L-39s: Two L-39 Albatros aircraft will perform coordinated aerobatics.
  • Aarron Deliu: World freestyle aerobatics champion Aarron Deliu will astound the crowd with his daring solo aerobatics, demonstrating high G-force manoeuvres and spine-tingling stunts in his specialised aircraft.
  • Jacko Strong: Extreme sports sensation Jacko Strong is set to perform a daring stunt, details of which are currently being finalised but are guaranteed to thrill.
  • Many more performers to be announced in the lead up to the show!

Tickets are now on sale with Adult General Admission starting at an affordable $50 for one day and $100 for a three-day pass. One Day General Admission Family Passes for two adults and two children will be $135. For those who are planning a party and love the idea of adrenalin pumping flyovers with a spectacular backdrop, there is a great choice in hospitality packages available on the website.

Pacific Airshow Gold Coast will be a festival of fun on the ground, as well as in the air, with the event precinct stretching several kilometres along the Surfers Paradise Esplanade.

For full details and pricing – and to buy tickets – visit

Pacific Airshow Gold Coast is supported by Experience Gold Coast and the Queensland Government, through Tourism and Events Queensland’s Major Events Program.

Please note: All participating aircraft are subject to operational availability.

Aviation Enthusiasts Gear Up for Spectacular Airshow at Swartkop

Aviation enthusiasts are invited to step back in time and soar into the future as the SAAF Museum hosts the “Flight Through Time – Legends of the Skies” airshow. This spectacular event will take place on May 4, 2024, at the historic Mobile Deployment Wing Swartkop (Old Air Force Base Swartkop). With the gates opening at 7:00 AM, attendees will have the opportunity to experience a full day of aviation history and heroics that span the ages.

Journey Through Aviation History

Warbirds and Vintage Aircraft: The airshow will highlight iconic aircraft that have shaped aviation history. Spectators can marvel at the North American P-51D Mustang and the de Havilland Tiger Moth, alongside other legends like the Bell UH-1H Iroquois and the beautifully restored Hawker Hunter T68. Also on show will be the SAAF Museum C-185, AM3-C Bosbok and the SAAF Museum North American Harvard.

Modern Military Power: Showcasing advancements in aviation, the South African Air Force (SAAF) will display cutting-edge aircraft such as the BAE Systems Hawk Mk120 from 85 Combat Flying School, Agusta A109LUH, BK-117 from 15 Squadron Charlie Flight, and the agile Pilatus PC7MKII from the Central Flying School as well as the 44 Squadron Casa 212.

Aerial Acrobatics and Displays

Aerobatic Mastery: In line with the theme, aerobatic teams such as Team Extra with Nigel Hopkins and Jason Beamish, and the Goodyear Eagles Pitts, Puma Energy Flying Lions & Hired Gun Pitts, and Andrew Blackwood-Murray in the Nashua Aerobatic Aircraft Extra300L who will all perform breathtaking maneuvers that demonstrate the evolution of aerobatic flight.

Helicopter Heroes: The evolution of rotary-wing aircraft will be on full display with performances by the SAAF Museum’s Alouette II & III and the Aerospatiale Puma, along with civilian showcases by Juba Joubert in the Gazelle and Alouette III.

Additional Attractions

Lighter-than-Air and Rotary Craft: Reflecting on lighter forms of aviation, the show will include Paramotors from Grasslands and the nimble Magni Gyrocopter, Raptors RVs, North American Navions, the Springbok Group of Companies Beech 18 and the L-29 Delfín “Austrian Eagle”, all offering a unique perspective on flight. Other displays include the South African Police Airwing.

Ground Exhibitions and Static Displays: Visitors can explore a variety of static displays that narrate the storied past and exciting future of aviation, enhancing the thematic journey through time. The military also has displays such as 142 SQN – Tactical mobile radar (TMR), 140 SQN – Umlindi long range radar and mobile tower, Mobile Communications Unit (MCU) – TC4 and Mamba, Air Defence Artillery (ADA) – the Oerlikon 35mm Anti Aircraft gun with associated LDP20 field radar.

Ticket Information
Advance tickets are available through Ticketpro, ensuring attendees can secure their place at this highly anticipated event.

The “Flight Through Time – Legends of the Skies” theme promises to connect the dots between the storied past of aviation and its dynamic future, making this airshow a must-visit event for anyone fascinated by the wonder of flight.

Secure your spot today and be part of this incredible journey through the legends of the skies!

🗓️ 4 May 2024
🕖 Gates open at 07:00
📌 Mobile Deployment Wing Swartkop (Old Air Force Base Swartkop)
For more information and to purchase tickets, please visit: Ticketpro.

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