The Second International Aeronautic Exhibition,
was held in Helsinki in 1938. It ran from 14 May to 22 May 1938.
It was a special exhibition recognised by the Bureau International des Expositions which attracted 25 participating countries including Czechoslovakia, Finland, Germany, Great Britain, Hungary, Latvia, and Sweden; and 15 million visitors and took place in Helsinki's exhibition hall. The commissioners were Alexander Frey, Erik von Frenckell and Mauri Honkajuuri director of Kansallis-Osake-Pankki. Visitors included the racing driver S. P. J. Keinänen and the prime minister Aimo Cajander
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