Ninth 'Night at the Institute of Aviation' to be held in Warsaw
More than 130 attractions are planned for the 9th 'Night at the Institute of Aviation,' which will take place in Warsaw on October 12.
More than 20 modern and vintage aircraft will be on display.
The star of the evening will be Mirosław Hermaszewski, the first Pole in space, who will discuss his space adventure. Sławomir "Hesja" Krajniewski will present a lecture on aerial photography.
This year's event will also feature a panel discussion with the participation of several exceptional women from the field of aviation.
Attractions will include exhibits, competitions, interactive games, a military orchestra, flight simulators and rescue demonstrations, among other activities.
Fans of militaria will be able to use the Air Soft Gun (ASG) firing range and familiarize themselves with anti-terrorist equipment.
Visitors will be able to see wind tunnels, drones, and jet engines at the Institute of Aviation laboratories.