Aircrafts Show in Padua, a few steps away from Venice

The 5th edition of Salone del Volo arrives in Padua (unlikely past editions that took place in Venice).

Thanks to the synergy among the company Expo Venice (owner of the brand of the event) the Gino Allegri Airport and Padovafiere, it will be possible to reach the fair by car or plane.

From 28th to 30th September we will have the chance to marvel at aircrafts, helicopters, accessories, technology, components, clothing, and also the emotion to fly thanks to one of the best simulators of helicopters in Italy (the Elite Evolution S723T), usually used for training all armed forces and pilots. The price for a flight simulation is 120€.

Every year, this great event hosts thousands visitors from Italy and abroad. Besides many stands and several aircrafts, participant will also have the chance to watch exciting performances of planes, biplanes and helicopters; in addition, workshops for children and other initiatives.

In addition, at the Salone there will also be a wide calendar of conferences and meetings about current issues of the sector, particularly focusing on the new professional figures of this world.

OPENING HOURS
Friday 28.09. from 12.00 am until 7.00 pm
Saturday 29.09. from 10.00 am until 7.00 pm
Sunday 30.09. from 10.00 am until 7.00 pm

TICKETS
Ticket € 7
Reduced € 5
Free admission for pilots will land at Allegri with the own aircraft.

PANORAMIC FLIGHTS – by AVIOTRADE, reservations on-site
Price € 45.00 adults, € 35.00 children under 14 years

After a day spent with performances and aircrafts, why don’t take advantage of your trip to Padua for visiting the near city of Venice? You can’t miss such a magic and charming city on the lagoon!

You can easily reach Venice from Padua in just 30 minutes by car! You can’t miss the occasion to visit one of the most beautiful cities in the world!

If you need more information about Venice, please have a look at the online travel guide About Venice.

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