For the third day in a row, the first edition of the International Air and Defence Exhibition in Tunisia, which is held at Djerba International Airport, continued for 5 consecutive days from 04 to 08 March 2020.

The exhibition has allowed many investors in the field of aviation and defense to hold several meetings B2B and B2G, which were launched from the first day of the exhibition to continue for three consecutive days, which led to the conclusion of many fruitful deals for investors and activists in this field.

The air shows continued for the third day in a row as the Saudi Falcons presented a performance of seven BAE HAWK MK-65 aircraft that won the admiration and attention of all followers.

The air shows were preceded by a press conference for the African Organization for the Development of the Aviation Industry (AGEOS) where its representatives talked about old and new satellites in terms of size and area occupied in space and photo-capture technology for each, and in the same context spoke Mr. Ziad Storo, General Director of the Research Center Military in Tunisia, on the importance of using artificial intelligence in the fight against terrorism.

The organizing body of the exhibition IADE TUNISIA will hold a press conference tomorrow to present a demonstration of the latest figures and statistics for the exhibition, at 3:30 p.m.
Right after the live air show presented by Saudi Air, which will be at 2 p.m. and the Turk show will be at 10:30 a.m.

The General Manager of the exhibition praised yesterday during the press conference, the success of the course and promised to return the exhibition to the island of Djerba in subsequent sessions.

By Ismail

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

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