Something for the diary: Africa Aerospace Defence Show

Spring has sprung. The energy is good and with the new season comes not just the warm weather, but a lot of things to do while you’re outside. Here’s something I think you should add to the diary. It’s the Africa Aerospace Defence Show. Come the 17th of September, you’ll get to see a whole range of interesting flying displays involving military, civilian, sport and recreational aircraft. Get this, the Aerospace Defence is the premier exhibition of air, sea and land technologies on the African continent. It also happens to be the biggest aviation event in the Southern hemisphere. Yes you read right, in the Southern hemisphere! The event is taking place at the Air Force Base Waterkloof Centurion in the City of Tshwane from the 17th to the 21st of this month.

Make sure you are one of the 40 000 people who’ll get to meet VIP’s and international delegates from all over the world. You can get your tickets from Computicket; R70.00 for adults, while kids between 2-12 years, as well as pensioners pay R60.00. Get them ahead of time, ain’t nobody got time for queues.

The first three days of the exhibition are trade days, followed by two airshow days, which are open to the public. Join the conversation online

www.aadexpo.co.za

FB https://www.facebook.com/africaaerospaceanddefence

Twitter @aadexpo

Instagram @aadexpo

Join the conversation using the hashtag: #aadexpo14

Here’s a gallery of some of the beauties you’ll get to see in just under three weeks:

If I was in the country then, I’d definitely be making my way to Waterkloof, so you can go and check it out on my behalf and update me yes? Good, I thank you 😉

 

 

 

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