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|EXPO Stockholm 1936|
The paved runways at Bromma in 1936
|Name||Internationella Luftfartsutställningen i Stockholm|
|Building||Stockholm Bromma Airport|
|Awarded||October 23, 1934|
|Opening||May 15, 1936|
|Closure||June 1, 1936|
|Next||Second International Aeronautic Exhibition in Helsinki|
|Previous||Brussels International Exposition (1935) in Brussels|
|Next||Exposition Internationale des Arts et Techniques dans la Vie Moderne in Paris|
The ILIS 1936 (Swedish: Internationella Luftfartsutställningen i Stockholm) was an international aviation exhibition held in the Swedish capital Stockholm. It was the first specialized exposition recognized by the Bureau of International Expositions. The exposition was held to celebrate the opening of Bromma airport, Europe's first with paved runways. Bromma was inaugurated on 23 May 1936, with the finish of an air race across Sweden that started the day before. At Bromma, some airshows took place on 24 and 25 May 1936. The indoor and static exhibition was held at Lindarängen a flying boat facility just east of the city centre, currently used as ferry terminal. During the ILIS, visitors to Lindarängen could board a Swedish flying boat to fly over Stockholm.
- "International EXPOs". Retrieved 2014-01-31.
- "ILIS 1936. Flyg. Bo Justusson - - -". ownit.nu. Retrieved 27 May 2015.
- "Flygvapenmuseums faktarum". mikromarc.se. Retrieved 27 May 2015.
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