AAD2022 | 21 - 25 September 2022
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Unlocking Africa's Aerospace and defence potential

AAD2022 E-Zone


These Regulations contain the relevant information for all aspects of participation in AFRICA AEROSPACE & DEFENCE, applicable to Exhibitors, their Contractors and Sub-contractors. They become part of the contractual agreement between an Exhibitor and the Organisers as soon as an Application to Exhibit has been accepted by the Organisers and the Exhibitor has been so advised. Please read all sections carefully.

Exhibitors are requested to advise their Contractors to study these Regulations, before providing quotations. If there is anything you do not understand, or further information is required, please contact the Organisers.

The Exhibition Regulations were correct at the time of posting on the website. Exhibitors will be advised of any subsequent amendments or alterations.

The Organisers will continue to make every effort to facilitate the access and work of all concerned. In return, a zero tolerance policy with regards to vehicle access and parking regulations, the wearing of badges and individual protection, and compliance with hygiene, safety and security measures, will be scrupulously applied at the site during the build-up and exhibition and breakdown periods.

A scale of penalties will be applied in extreme cases of non-compliance with these obligations, ranging from badge withdrawal to the closure of the exhibitor’s stand after a warning has been issued.

AAD’s commitments as a responsible event organiser in terms of quality, respect of environmental conditions and the safety of persons and the site require us all to comply with these rules in every way.

It is the intention of the Organisers to apply the Regulations in a manner which will provide the greatest benefit to all Exhibitors and we look forward to having your co-operation in making AFRICA AEROSPACE & DEFENCE 2020 an effective showcase for the aerospace and defence industry.


The Order Forms should be completed and returned as required in respect of the relevant supplies and services. Individual forms must be returned by the dates specified thereon, and it should be noted that the conditions stated on the Order Forms constitute part of these Regulations.

Those Authorities and Departments with whom Exhibitors or their Contractors may need to make contact with are listed below.

Africa Aerospace and Defence 2020 is owned by the South African Aerospace, Maritime & Defence Industries Association (AMD), the Armaments Corporation of South Africa SOC Ltd (Armscor) and the Commercial Aviation Association of Southern Africa (CAASA), supported by the Department of Defence (DoD) with responsibility for the arrangements vested as follows:





Exhibition DirectorLeona Redelinghuys+27 (0) 84 840 3215expodir@aadexpo.co.za
Marketing & PR ManagerNakedi Phasha+27 (0) 82 544 3339marketingpr@aadexpo.co.za
Accounts and FinancePortia Ngobeni+27 (0) 72 567 6095finance@aadexpo.co.za
AdministrationBusisiwe Nhlanhla+27 (0) 84 840 3214admin@aadexpo.co.za
Flight Director LiaisonKev Storie+27 (0) 82 382 3276flightdir@aadexpo.co.za


All enquiries regarding the Exhibition should be addressed to:

Africa Aerospace and Defence 2020
AFB Waterkloof
4th Street
City of Tshwane South Africa
Tel; +27 (0) 84 840 3214
Fax: +27 (0) 86 630 4285
e-mail: admin@aadexpo.co.za
website: www.aadexpo.co.za


Download the full AAD2020 Exhibition technical guide