|June 8th, 2020|
Nothing has affected the modern air show industry as widely and as negatively as COVID-19, forcing widespread cancellations and changing the entire fabric of an experience that is predicated on mass gatherings of people.
As we look ahead to the later summer and early fall months, it’s impossible to predict with certainty what the infection and transmission landscape will look like, and the regulations and public safety guidance that will follow. But one thing is for sure: if there is a path to offering people a safe air show experience, this industry will find it.
For your consideration: the drive-in air show. Rooted conceptually in successful drive-in music concerts in Denmark and California, it’s a model that might work for your show site.
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