However, the event has said the uncertainty around international travel means it will focus on aircraft available within the country.
Chief Executive Ian Honnery said the new dates would provide “certainty” for sponsors, exhibitors and participants.
Avalon Airport chief executive Justin Giddings has raised the idea that his airport could be one of just a handful to accept flights from New Zealand as flying slowly begins to resume.
Avalon Airport is set to introduce ‘touchless’ check-in and bag drop kiosks to reduce the risk of transmitting coronavirus.
Next year’s AVALON airshow is being postponed from 23 February to a later date, likely to be in November.