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European Airshow Council

Promote excellence and safety at Airshows

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Malta, 2017

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The European Airshow Council is open to everyone involved in the Airshow world including Display pilots

Performers

Organizers

Military

and Civil Authorities

Photos of Convention 2016

Eric from Aviation PhotoCrew show us his report from Malta;Our Thanks once again to Eric for all his efforts!

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Malta 2017

Malta will be again the place for the 2017 EAC Convention, (2-4 March) stay tuned for news!

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Special Seminars

Fast Jet Pilots Meeting and Display Directors will be seminars for EAC Convention 2017.

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Thinking in EAC Convention 2017

the success of the convention in 2016 , facilities and low costs , factors for repeat 2017 in Malta (2-4 March 2017)

About Us

  • The aim of the EAC is to “Promote excellence and safety at Airshows”
  • The EAC Board has a Chairman from Belgium and Board members from France, Greece, Malta, The Netherlands, Switzerland, Spain, Poland and the UK.
  • The European Airshow Council is open to everyone involved in the Airshow world including Display pilots, Performers, Organizers, Military and Civil Authorities.

Representatives from 32 nations of Europe, North America, Russia, China and the Middle and Far East have attended between 2012 to 2016

  • The aim of the EAC is

    to “Promote excellence and safety at Airshows”

  • The EAC is a non profit Organisation

    We operate as volunteers to the roles

  • The European Airshow Council consists of a group of like-minded people

    That meet each other annually and understand that everyone involved in Airshows should be striving to achieve standards of excellence in their activities.

  • Safety and Excellence at Airshows

    Is our work and our goal, Safety and Excellence at Airshows

Convention 2017

We invite you to the 2017 EAC Convention, to be held over the 2-4 March 2017. Our forthcoming convention is returning to the roots of EAC, when in its infancy moved from country to country each year, with the 2016 convention  held on the island of Malta. We are confident that the choice of venue will be an excellent host for the convention and that our high quality speakers will again, provide an interesting and informative insight into the Airshow Industry.We are privileged to welcome delegates and speakers from across the world, who are at the heart of the industry. 

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What we do, Who we are

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The European Airshow Council consists of a group of like-minded people that meet each other annually and understand that everyone involved in Airshows should be striving to achieve standards of excellence in their activities. Or goal is ensure the future of the Airshow industry, the fundamental objective of the EAC is: to promote excellence and safety at Airshows throughout Europe .
•To maintain a constant vigil on Airshow safety in cooperation with appropriate regulatory agencies.
•To serve as the authoritative information resource for the Airshow industry for those who are involved.
• To inform and educate people involved in all aspects of Airshows through programs that promote safety, professionalism, showmanship and economic viability.
•To promote Airshows to the media and the general public.

Whenever an accident happens, we (organizers and performers) have had no spokesmen and no forum to defend us or to analyse the situation in an objective way; As a result, a situation can arise when a would-be spokesman, who generally does not know what Airshows are about, will give misleading information to the Media. Don’t we all try to reach high levels of quality in what we do? Aren’t we all afraid that a mistake by one of us could be the end of Airshows?

Reducing the risks to zero is, of course, one of the objectives of our professional approach to organising and performing at Airshows, but a zero level of risk is probably not realistic. It is important to understand that an accident should not stop all our efforts to entertain a public that is very interested in aviation.

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