Wed, Apr 07, 2004
DiamondFest Scheduled For London AirFest
In conjunction with the London AirFest International Airshow
this year, Diamond Aircraft is inviting all owners of Diamond
airplanes to the factory for seminars, training, updates and tours.
The event is co-organized with the Diamond Aircraft Pilots and
Owners Organization (DAPO). The dates for DiamondFest 2004 are June
24 through 26th, 2004.
Attendees at DiamondFest will have the opportunity to tour the
factory, attend technical sessions offered by Diamond Aircraft and
its vendors, as well as get a first hand briefing on recent product
development updates. The latest aircraft from Diamond including the
DA20-C1, the DA40-180 with Garmin G1000 and the DA40 FP will
be available for inspection and demonstration flights.
Aircraft maintenance and flight training will be available as
The London AirFest International Airshow features the exclusive
"Hour of Power" on Friday evening where the airshow performers make
low and fast passes down the flightline. DiamondFest attendees will
have VIP privileges to the Katana Kafe for viewing the airshow on
Saturday, complete with hors douevres and refreshments.
Ontario offers summer activities for most interests and with
easy access to Niagara Falls, the Niagara wine country, and
Toronto, the timing is perfect for both pilots and non-flying
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