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Avalon airshow 2015 dates announced

written by WOFA | May 28, 2013

Super Hornets at Avalon 2013. (Seth Jaworski)

Dates for the 2015 Australian International Airshow and Aerospace & Defence Exposition have been announced. The industry-only trade exposition and the popular public airshow will be held from Tuesday February 24 to March 1 at Avalon Airport.

The 2015 event will commemorate the ANZAC Centenary and will pay aviation homage to a century of service by Australians in the defence of the nation.

Organisers say: “The ‘Spirit of Aviation’ will be celebrated with an unrivalled gathering of aircraft from around the world with invitations to participate at the Airshow being extended to many International Military Forces.

“It’s hoped that countries which played a role during the First World War and in particular the Gallipoli campaign will participate in the Airshow’s commemoration of the Centenary of the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps.”

Invitations have been extended to the United Kingdom, India, Turkey and Japan to participate.


  • Dane


    It will be interesting to see what the US sends down under if anything at all

  • Andrew McLaughlin


    Really? You’re starting this 21 months out???

  • Neil Smithson


    Fabulous – the IFR in Sydney (Oct 2013), Albany Anzac (Nov 2014), and now Avalon Airshow (Mar 2015) – the Centenary of ANZAC just keeps getting bigger and better.

  • Kyle Mayne


    I wonder if they will send the F-35.

  • paul davis


    already starting to contact embassies.Good news.by avalon 15 i am sure US DEMO TEAMS will be back on.

  • paul davis


    not long to go now Andrew.

  • Adrian Paddingtom


    Will New Zealand be invited?

  • David


    Please organize this show, the last air display was not good at all, 2011 was way better

  • Mark C


    Really David?… F-22 flying display each day not good enough for you?

  • paul davis


    2015 will be a great show.i know it is a long way away,but the UK with typhoons TURKEY solo turk,and SU 30 from india are all on the cards.Not confirmed of course,but big bells are ringing.

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