23–29 September 2013
The event will take place 23-29 September, with the peak of the event – the air show – taking place 27-29 September at Tatoi airport where some 50,000 people are expected to attend.
Athens Flying Week is aimed to become the major flying event for the Greek capital.
According to the organizers, last year’s event attracted some 20,000 people including international visitors.
A major aspect of Athens Flying Week is that it will boost the tourism in the city of Athens. In this effort, a great contribution has come from the Municipalities of Acharnes, Palaio Faliro and Athens, the Greek National Tourism Organization, the Association of Greek Tourism Enterprises, the Hellenic Association of Professional Congress Organizers, Marketing Greece and the Athens-Attica & Argosaronic Hotel Association.
Athens Flying Week 2013
On Wednesday 25 September, a conference will take place at Divani Caravel Hotel (2-9 pm) with appealing topics, not only to the general public but also to people with a greater interest in aviation.
On Thursday 26 September, a fascinating pre-show will take place at the beach of Palaio Faliro that will be followed by the peak of the city’s aviation week: the three-day airshow at Tatoi airport (27-29 September) with the following performers: Netherlands Air Force (F-16 Demo), Polish Air Force (“ORLIK” Aerobatic Team), Francesco Fornabaio, Red Bull (Alpha Jet), Luca Bertossio, Jurgis Kairys, Blu Circe, Aeroclub Romania and WeFly! Team.
Aside from the airshow, a series of ground events, activities and happenings will also take place, such as trade exhibition, kid’s park, Panhellenic Flightsimmers Conference and DJ line ups.