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AAD NEWSLETTER
AFRICA AEROSPACE DEFENCE 2016 ON TRACK TO DELIVER A PREMIER SHOW

Under the theme “Unlocking Africa’s Aerospace and Defence Potential”, the 9th edition of the Africa Aerospace Defence (AAD) will take place from 14th-18th September 2016 at the Air Force Base Waterkloof, Centurion.

With show organisers reporting a 100% booking of the chalet line, 13 National Pavilions and over 27 Civilian aircrafts confirmed so far, AAD looks set to deliver yet another world class Exhibition and air show.
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& Exhibitors

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Packages ranging from small, medium to large budget scale.
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AAD ANNOUNCES OFFICIAL
CONTRACTORS FOR 2016

AAD is delighted to announce and welcome on board capable team of contractors appointed for AAD2016. The contractors were selected following a vigorous process of identifying and hand-picking the best in their respective industries, that South Africa has to offer.

Strict measures were put in place to ensure that all appointed contractors have the capacity, solid track record and the know how to provide a world class service to our exhibitors.

In preparation for the show, we encourage exhibitors to start engaging the different suppliers now to secure their services, and avoid the last minute rush.

Click here to view contractor list


CHIEF OF AIR FORCE DRIVES
IMPROVEMENT FOR AAD2016

Chief of the South African Air Force, Lt Gen Z Msimang held a strategic work session with the organisers of AAD 2016 on 6th April 2016. The session, attended by the AAD executive management and the organising teams, enabled the coordinating committee to unpack lessons learned from AAD 2014 and featured robust discussions around some of the main challenges that were previously experienced, including registration and accreditation process, parking, access control and security.

After a successful session, the organisers were able to craft an innovative improvement plan that will escalate preparations and planning leading up to 14th -18th September 2016.

True to its objective, AAD remains committed to delivering a world class exhibition and air show which continues to “Rise to new dimensions and beyond”.



THE PREMIER EXHIBITION OF AIR, SEA AND LAND TECHNOLOGIES ON THE AFRICAN CONTINENT.






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