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Save the date 6 - 8 July 2023

Jul 21, 2022

AERO South Africa has come and gone and we thank all visitors who joined us at Wonderboom National Airport.

AERO South Africa has come and gone and we thank all visitors who joined us at Wonderboom National Airport.  We have taken your feedback received from the 2022 edition and have started planning for AERO South Africa 2023, scheduled for 6-8 July at Wonderboom National Airport in Tshwane, Pretoria.
AERO South Africa 2022 offered a kick-start getting face-to-face business relationships as well as the General Aviation Industry back on track after a two-year hiatus due to the Covid 19 pandemic. The event offered an opportunity for Exhibitors, Media Partners, Venue Partner, Host City and the AERO South Africa team to engage with visitors and exhibitors whilst building this General Aviation Trade Show for future editions. The planning for the 2023 edition is underway and our team is engaging with exhibitors from various sectors in the General Aviation Industry including a broader range of aircraft, avionics, MROs, aviation software, drones and more. 

When you visited the event this you may have not had the chance to engage with all of our exhibitors on-site and made the connections you would have wanted to make. This year we developed a virtual show guide that included all the participating exhibitors including contact details, company info as well as product and services available to the visitors. It’s easy to access the show guide with the click of a button – click HERE and the electronic copy will be available for you to view.

AERO South Africa’s Host City, The City of Tshwane is one of the oldest cities in South Africa, with a rich heritage and immense cultural diversity.

Plan your trip early for the 2023 Edition of AERO South Africa and join the thousands who visit City of Tshwane each year to experience its many landmarks, heritage sites, and other places of important historical, cultural and spiritual significance. Tshwane is replete with many fine heritage sites, museums and art galleries such as the Union Buildings and its spectacular gardens as well as the Diamond Hill Battlefield, Voortrekker Monument and Freedom Park.

Other must-sees include the Pretoria Botanical Gardens, the Zoo and museums and galleries such as Melrose House, the Pioneer Museum, and Sammy Marks Museum.

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