The Africa Aerospace And Defence Expo
Be sure not to miss this year’s Africa Aerospace and Defence Expo (AAD Expo) at AFB Waterkloof in Pretoria Accommodation, taking place on 22 and 23 September 2012. For only R50 entry fee per person, you get to enjoy the continent’s largest air, sea and land expo. This expo showcases some of the most impressive aircraft, trucks, armoured vehicles and defence vehicles in the world.
Demonstrations, flight simulators, vehicle simulators and model building are all on the cards for visitors to the exciting AAD Expo. Such experiences are perfect for families, young and old. This is a well-known and -respected event on the aviation and defence calendar, but is also ideal for the less specialised aviation and vehicle enthusiast. It gives those within the industry the ideal opportunity to showcase their premier products, equipment and services. This is a platform for new business opportunities, but also for the sheer thrill of all things land, sea and air.
Representatives from a number of different transport and defence industries will be available to inform, advise and entertain the visitors of the expo.
The exhibition will cover a total area of 21 792 square metres and will be situated in six hangers. The media coverage will be extensive, giving exhibitors a prime opportunity to gain as much exposure as possible.
Exhibitors will be coming to the AAD Expo from all over the world to appear at this one-of-a-kind event. This means that visitors will get a sneak peek into cutting-edge technology and equipment, making for a very exciting affair. Some of the most eagerly anticipated exhibits include:
- Humanitarian relief disaster management
- Space zone pavilion
- Homelands security
- Mobility track demonstration
- Freight and forwarding services
- Search and rescue technologies
For young ones, the Fun Fly Park and the Youth Development area (where they can play around on simulators and get valuable information on future career prospects) are sure to be a hit.
In 2012, there will be 350 exhibitors from 31 different countries. About 13 000 trade visitors are expected.
For more information, call 071 697 7824.