When you think of flying in Thailand, you probably think of the huge air show that is the Ho Chi Minh Trail and the annual Lunar New Year parade.
But, you can also get a little taste of the Philippine airshow with the upcoming airshow scheduled for Saturday.
In case you haven’t heard of it, the Philippines is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Asia.
It’s also one of Southeast Asia’s most diverse countries, and is home to several notable cultural hotspots.
The country has a long history of colonial rule, including the Philippines’ first colonial master, Ferdinand Marcos, who ruled the country until 1974.
But the country has become increasingly prosperous and democratic since the mid-2000s, thanks in part to an increasing number of tourists from abroad.
The Philippines also has an impressive history of air shows, as it was the first Southeast Asian country to have an official airshow in the mid-’70s.
And although it was a popular tourist destination in the 1970s and ’80s, it has since experienced its fair share of changes, and it now holds the dubious distinction of being the first and only Southeast Asian nation to experience a major airshow.
It’s a tradition that dates back to at least the 19th century, when Manila hosted the Manila Air Show.
After a series of mishaps with Japanese airliners in the 1930s, the Philippine government decided to end the airshow altogether.
The move was criticized by many, as the Philippines was considered an expensive and time-consuming way to bring tourists to Asia, as well as a significant blow to the country’s image abroad.
The airshow was eventually reinstated, with the Philippine Air Force now holding it.
The Manila Airshow has since continued to be a popular destination for tourists from around the world.
It has been held every March since 1979, with many countries, including Thailand, Japan, Singapore, Australia, and New Zealand, attending.
In the past few years, however, the air show has had to adapt to the new realities of tourism.
In addition to having to meet stricter airworthiness standards, the event has also had to accommodate some of the world’s biggest airliners.
For example, the world is expected to see more than 30 aircraft at the Manila airshow, including two Airbus A380 jets and four Boeing 777s.
According to a press release from the Philippines, the Manila-Phuket Airshow will continue on Saturday, March 15, with a total of 26 aircraft.
More than 60,000 people are expected to attend.
The Manila-Kuala Lumpur Airshow is scheduled to begin March 16.