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African Airshow exhibitor booths selling out quickly

Posted 27 January 2017 · Add Comment

African Airshow, the first Aerospace and Aviation Exhibition for the Western & Central region of Africa, hosted by Ghana Airport Company, has received increasing demand since the official launch in Accra, last September 2016.

“With more than 50% of the 50,000 sqm exhibition sold out, we are more than happy to see the interest of the Aerospace Industry focused on the African continent,” said Didier MARY, CEO of 4M Events, the organising company.

More than 10 country pavilions are already confirmed through several agent partners in the Aerospace Industry, including Austria, Germany, Switzerland, India, Turkey, UAE, the US, and more.

An African Pavilion will also be created. Taking into account the strong demand of operators from the African continent, we have decided to gather, in one exhibition hall of 8,000 sqm, all the companies based in Africa, in order to allow the many delegations to discover in one place the expertise of the continent.

Nearly 15,000 attendees and more than 150 civil and military delegations are expected, in response to the invitation from the Ghana Government and Ghana Civil Aviation Authority.

African Airshow is supported by many African countries, such as Nigeria, Ivory Coast, Guinea, Libya, Sierra Leone, Burkina Faso, Liberia, Ethiopia, Zambia, Botswana, Kenya, Togo, South Africa, Algeria and Egypt, to name but a few.

African Airshow, takes place from 24 to 26 October 2017, at Kotoka International Airport, Accra, Republic of Ghana.     

 

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