While the coronavirus has caused the modification of access policies in countries such as China, Italy, Canada, Brazil, and the Americas as well as resulting in the participation of a few exhibitors, IADE Tunisia maintains momentum by successfully bringing together exhibitors and official delegations from more than 43 countries.

This is in line with Tunisia’s strategy for the development of both the aeronautics and defense sectors and across the African continent.
Stretching over more than 15 hectares of the Djerba Airport, IADE Tunisia boasts more than 10,000 sqm of exhibi- tion area. About sixty aircraft and other land defense equipment from the largest industry manufactures are presented in both static and dynamic configurations.

On March 4th-6th, the show is exclusively open to professionals who have access to conferences, B2B and B2G meeting programs, thematic areas allowing them to attend demonstrations and aerial presentations but also to understand all developments in the sector.
While consolidating the latest initiatives of aerospace and defense manufacturers and equipment suppliers, the show is therefore a true revelation of investment and development opportunities in Africa.

Only on March 7th and 8th, the aeronautical sections of the show will open their doors to the general public. It will be an opportunity to bring great attention to Tunisian aviation, to discover exhibitions of fantastic aircraft, but also to witness spectacular air display in the skies over Djerba and certainly to grab the imagination to all.

This edition is certainly the first but promises to be rich in business opportunities.

By Ismail

Aviation blogger at djeaviation.tn from Djerba (DJE/DTTJ) in Tunisia.

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