The general aviation industry has always harnessed a sense of optimism toward the future—the completed first-solo flight, the new aircraft brought to production, the historic milestone crossed. So it was with a collective heavy heart that organizations across its breadth elected to cancel the first round of shows for 2020, with the most recent ones including the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association Fly-In at San Marcos, Texas, and the National Business Aviation Association’s— along with its partner, the European Business Aviation Association—cancellation of the European Business Aviation Convention and Exhibition. The novel coronavirus pandemic caused these unprecedented moves.
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