Lublin Airport and the Military University of Aviation have just begun the cooperation. On March 10, an official agreement was signed in this matter. As a result, it will be possible to conduct educational and didactic activities, as well as implement joint projects.

On February 26, 2020, Rector-Commandant of the Military University of Aviation, Brig. Gen. Pil. Piotr Krawczyk, PhD and the President of the Science and Technology Park in Puławy, Mr Tomasz Szymajda signed an agreement on cooperation in increasing the absorption of innovations, and on research and development services for the joint implementation of ventures and development projects.

On  10th , February 2020, Military University of Aviation held the conference on the safety of flights in the Academic Centre of Flight Training   ( ACFT) which is one of the most vital events concluding the previous months of flight training.

A two – day international Scientific Conference „Close Air Support in Major Combat Operation” organized by NATO- accredited Tactical Air Control Party Training Centre began on 10 December, 2019.

On December 6, 2019, the 123rd Officers 'Promotion took place on the square in front of  the monument dedicated to “Heroic Airmen of the Dęblin School of Eaglets”.   Among the invited guests there were the Secretary of State at  the Ministry of National Defense Wojciech Skurkiewicz, the 1st Deputy Chief of the General Staff of the Polish Army, Gen. Michał Sikora, the Air Force Inspector Gen. pil. Jacek Pszczoła,  the Commander of COP-DKP Maj. Gen. pil. Dariusz Malinowski, the Commander of the 4th Wing of Aviation School Col. pil. Wojciech Pikuła, the Commander of the 41st Aviation School Base Col. pil. Artur Borkowski,  the Advisor to the Board of PZL Świdnik Mieczysław Majewski, the Mayor of Dęblin Beata Siedlecka, the representatives of government administration, clergy, provincial and local authorities as well as military and civilian universities.