air show

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air show

n.
An exhibition of aircraft and piloting skills.
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Translations

air show

n (trade exhibition) → salone m dell'aviazione; (flying display) → manifestazione f aerea
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The Southport Air Show is one of the largest air shows in the UK and it brings around 80,000 to 100,000 visitors to the seaside town each year.
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"Last year, the Bethpage Air Show was named one of the most respected air shows in the country and this year again, will be included among the best in the U.S.," said Linda Armyn, senior vice president of corporate affairs, for Bethpage.
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"Air shows held at civilian airports such as DTVA have seen increased regulatory and safety requirements over recent years from the Civilian Aviation Authority (CAA).
THE hugely popular Swansea Air Show is still on this summer and remains free of charge despite plans by the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) to impose fees of PS20,000 on major air shows in the wake of the Shoreham Air Disaster.
A NUMBER of air shows will not go ahead this year unless they adopt new safety measures, the aviation regulator has warned.
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