Attending any of the upcoming events focused on aviation and aircraft, you can have a great experience in witnessing some of the most well-known and prized artifacts from World War and more.
With Canada having a rich history in aviation, there is a lot to witness from aviation events, including heritage talks, air shows, and more.
HeritageCon XIV – March 27, 2022
HeritageCon is an annual event held every year at the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum. The event acts as a competition to see who can build the best scale models of well-known historical aircraft.
The event will showcase some of the best models, as well as the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum’s period aircraft, such as the Nynarski Lancaster Bomber. Although the event is mainly focused on scale models of historical aircraft, the museum will be displaying all their historical aircraft and artifacts to attendees.
ICAO 2022 – September 20, 2022
The International Research Conference will be taking place in Toronto, Canada, with high expectations to full attendance. The conference is dedicated to bringing together a significant number of scholarly events for presentations and programs.
The programs will be running over two days, from September 20-21, 2022. The event provides exceptional value for students and academics who would want to learn more about the latest insights into the aviation industry. Researchers of Aviation operations are also gladly welcomed to join in on the conference.
Canadian Aviation Symposium – November 4, 2022
This will be the 4th annual Canadian Aviation Symposium. The event will be exploring the latest developments in the commercial and business aviation sectors of Canada. There will be various programs and sessions for exchanging ideas and information on aviation.
There will be well-known speakers from an extensive network of aviation executives who will discuss important issues.
ATAC Canadian Aviation Conference and Tradeshow – November 15 – 17, 2022
The ATAC Canadian Aviation Conference and Tradeshow will be taking place at the Westin Bayshore Vancouver, Canada. The event will be hosted by 41 delegates from commercial air flight companies and nine representatives from the Civil Aviation Division.
The event is organized by The Air Transport Association of Canada and will be showcasing aviation exhibits and having conversations about aviation in Canada. Turnout to the event is anticipated to receive up to 5000 visitors and 500 exhibitors.
Attending any of the events mentioned on this list will provide you with some of the best information regarding aviation in Canada, historical facts around Canadian aircraft, and more about modern-day commercial flights.