Inside the 2022 Brisbane Airshow

More than two years ago, Aero Circus had decided to attend the Brisbane Airshow as an exhibitor. The plan was to promote our then brand-new book, Refine Your Flying Skills. What better way to showcase the book than to physically put it in the hands of potential customers and have a one-on-one discussion about their particular needs and situation?

In March 2020, the world as we knew it, started to unravel. COVID-19 caused two postponements. But despite the third Omicron wave heading our way, the airshow was finally looking good to go on 2-3 July 2022.

Weather or not to proceed

However, a couple of days before the show was due to kick-off, the organisers made the tough call to (yet again) postpone the show, this time for one week. This was based on a weather forecast more appropriate to the “wet season” rather than our traditional, dry winters. With the benefit of hindsight, this turned out to be the best option, although not a perfect one.

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