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AERO South Africa: Postponement to 8-10 July 2021 due to impact of COVID-19
In light of the current situation pertaining to the increased spread of the Coronavirus in South Africa and following the South African Government’s announcement of a national state of disaster, Messe Frankfurt has taken the decision to postpone the AERO South Africa conference and exhibition to 8-10 July 2021.
Statement regarding COVID-19 Pandemic, relating to Messe Frankfurt SA 2020 Events
Messe Frankfurt SA is currently monitoring the rapidly evolving situation, with regards to the COVID-19 Pandemic. As ot the 14th March 2020, 61 cases have been identified in SA with no reported deaths. The Department of Health and the NICD (National Institute for Communicable Diseases) have put stringent measures in place to identify and contain the virus. For more information, please visit the South African Deparment of Health’s website at www.health.gov.za, where you will find more detailed information on the current status of the virus in SA, the containment measures that have been put in place by the SA government as well as other information.
African show for General Aviation sector off to a flying start at Wonderboom National Airport.
The launch of the inaugural African Show for General Aviation, AERO South Africa, welcomed over 4200 visitors to Wonderboom National Airport last weekend. The 3-day event was presented by Messe Frankfurt South Africa in partnership with Messe Friedrichshafen – who organise Europe’s largest general aviation show – Aero Friedrichshafen.
Gearing up for Southern Africa’s inaugural general aviation showcase
AERO South Africa will open its doors at Wonderboom National Airport in Pretoria for the first-time later this week. This FREE-to-attend exhibition will feature workshops by over 10 industry experts, demo flights from major local and international manufacturers and suppliers to the industry, as well as a first of its kind Park & Sell area sponsored by AutoTrader.
Africa’s first general aviation trade show continues to gain momentum with the introduction of Demo Flights, Africa’s first ever “Park & Sell” and Wonderboom’s biggest fly-in yet.
From 4 - 6 July 2019, Wonderboom National Airport in Pretoria, Tshwane, will open its doors to welcome over 4000 registered trade visitors looking to experience the latest the general aviation industry has to offer.