Yes. There will be limited public transport buses (Tshwane Buses) and Gautrain Buses departing from the Centurion Railway Station to the AFB Waterkloof. The buses will depart from these locations to AFB Waterkloof in the morning and will return again in the afternoon.
FAQ Public Visitors
No. The trade days are strictly open to trade visitors and professionals only.
The format of the show is the same on both days. The only difference between Saturday 22 and Sunday 23, 2018 is in the flying displays.
There is ample parking for visitors and parking is free at the Base.
AAD2018 is a no smoking area, no Smoking permitted in any of the halls or chalets or restaurants.
No. For the safety of everyone, alcohol cannot be brought onto the Air Show grounds.
No pets are allowed, for safety reasons. Registered Guide Dogs, as permitted by law, are allowed.
There will be a range of outlets selling food and drinks.
There are medics on-site and medical services are provided throughout. In the event of an injury or illness, please locate the Medical Centre or contact any of the Organisers or Security Staff who will arrange assistance.
Any lost children are taken to the Lost Children Centre (see map for location). In the event of a lost child, the adult should report it to the Lost Children Centre or Organisers Office, or locate any of the show organisers or police at the show for assistance.