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AirOps 22 is cancelled, long live AirOps 23
Previously put back until April, the EBAA's AirOps meeting this year has now been cancelled - another victim of the pandemic which still significantly affects most of Europe. Roll on 2023!

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic in Europe, the European Business Aviation Association (EBAA) cancelled AirOps 22 and announced the dates for AirOps 23, planned for 14-15 February 2023.

The association says the most important consideration leading to the cancellation of AirOps 22 was the ability to ensure a successful, worthwhile event for attendees and exhibitors in times of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

“It is with great regret that we have decided to cancel. Even though we feel the COVID-19 situation is improving in Europe, we could not foresee a safe and successful show as early as April," says Robert Baltus, EBAA chief operations officer. “The good news is that we remain determined in bringing AirOps back in 2023 stronger than ever, and the team is already hard at work into making that a reality."

Several exhibitors and sponsors are said to have already committed their support and participation for AirOps 23.

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