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Chiang Mai: Airshow set to promote tourism and the aviation industry

 

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Tourism officials and the San Kamphaeng district chief held a news conference to promote an airshow that will be held in the district in February. 

 

The first Chiang Mai International Airshow 2020 is set to be the largest such event in the north of Thailand and will take place from the 21st to the 23rd of February. 

 

The location was given as "Chiang Mai Air Sport" in San Kamphaeng. 

 

The TAT, local tourist organizations and the province are all involved in promoting the event. 

 

A large advertising hoarding suggested it was free.

 

Tourism leader Damrong Ong-art said it would help make Chiang Mai a hub for light aviation and be a boon for the tourism industry. 

 

Source: 77kaoded

 

 
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2 minutes ago, dcsw53 said:

Outdoubtedly will be a tourism magnet, rivalling Songkran and Loy Kratong.
Who in their right mind will not rush to Chiang Mai to see some Cessnas, Pipers and other extremely rare aircraft bumping along a grassy strip ?

tourists  !!!

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3 minutes ago, dcsw53 said:

Outdoubtedly will be a tourism magnet, rivalling Songkran and Loy Kratong.
Who in their right mind will not rush to Chiang Mai to see some Cessnas, Pipers and other extremely rare aircraft bumping along a grassy strip ?

engineers from P & W Rolls Royce G E and DDA, FIAT, MTU, CFM, BOEING and AIRBUS will be converging to watch this display

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10 minutes ago, essox essox said:

SO there are going to be thousands and thousands of tourists going to land in Thailand to watch this event I THINK NOT...

They're promoting it for local tourists. A lot of Thais (and they're families) will travel from around the north (and beyond) to be there. 

 

Lots of grown men and their boys are into it. 

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I see and hear airplanes + choppers daily already, the airshow is the last I like to see.
Activity for the locals would be a better description.

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26 minutes ago, dcsw53 said:

Outdoubtedly will be a tourism magnet, rivalling Songkran and Loy Kratong.
Who in their right mind will not rush to Chiang Mai to see some Cessnas, Pipers and other extremely rare aircraft bumping along a grassy strip ?

Thai red arrows

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7 minutes ago, cnx101 said:

Thai red arrows

'Yellow' surely?

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2 hours ago, webfact said:

hub for light aviation and be a boon for the tourism industry.

Another hub.....good luck with that.

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