Sun ’n Fun, Aero Report Stellar Events »

Sun ’n Fun’s event last week “was the highest-attended show we’ve ever had,” spokesperson Jackie Jenkins told AVweb on Tuesday. “There are still figures coming in, so I don’t have specific figures for you yet,” she added. The 25th Aero show, in Friedrichshafen, Germany, also was a success, the organizers said. “The show set two new records: 34,200 trade visitors from Europe, Asia, Australia, New Zealand and around the world set a new attendance record at the industry expo,” said spokesman Wolfgang Köhle. More

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