Shomrat Flying Field
We have made sure that this flying sight will be the most suitable flying field for an event of this magnitude. Starting with airspace control, accommodation, convenient stores, gas stations and more.
Mate Asher Regional Council took the responsibility along with Kibbutz Shomrat to host this magnificent event.
The Mateh Asher Regional Council is a regional council in the western Galilee of northern Israel. It is named after the Tribe of Asher which had been allotted the region in antiquity according to the Book Of Jushoa (19:24–31). It was founded in 1982 as a merger of three regional councils: Ga'aton, Na'aman and Sulam Tzor.
The regional council was established in 1982, now stretches over 53,389 Acre and includes some 17,300 residents.
As of 2008, the head of the regional council is Yehuda Shavit, and the Chief Rabbi is Rabbi Shlomo Ben Eliyahu.
Established in 1948, Shomrat is a kibbutz in northern Israel. Located in western Galilee on the coastal highway just north of Acre, it falls under the jurisdiction of Mateh Asher Regional Council. In 2019 it had a population of 580.