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  • Advanced fuelling in Africa is to stay [AAD18D2]

    Having been active in Africa since aviation fuel supply operations started in Mozambique and Zanzibar 75 years ago, Air BP continues to view the continent as a key market, and one that is set to expand rapidly in the next two decades. Aviation in the continent is forecast to grow by five per cent year on year. The company is at AAD (Hangar 5, Stand 14) to highlight its low-carbon solutions and technical services, and how they can support regional aviation growth.

  • Raven in flight [AAD18D2]

    AeroVironment Inc (Hangar 3, Stand E8) is a leader in the design and manufacture of small unmanned aircraft system (UAS) solutions for both military and commercial applications. Its small UASs are the standard issued systems for US forces and a number of international customers. More than 25,000 unmanned aircraft have been delivered.

  • Optimal electronics can provide a technological edge [AAD18D2]

    US-based company Curtiss-Wright Defense Solutions (Hangar 3, Stand CE9a), a business segment of Curtiss-Wright Corporation, has a long-established history as a leading supplier in support of the critical capabilities required by modern ground, naval and aerospace platforms.

  • Rooted in naval aviation [AAD18D2]

    AVIAN LLC (Hangar 3, Stand CE27) is a service-disabled, veteran-owned small business that has worked in US Naval Aviation for a long time and has a particular strength in flight tests for manned and unmanned aircraft. The company has leveraged this strength to enter the unmanned aerial systems (UAS) services industry, taking a new approach that differentiates AVIAN from the majority of companies attempting to enter the field.

  • Diamond is a cut above [AAD18D2]

    Diamond Aircraft, headquartered in Wiener Neustadt, Austria, and represented in South Africa by CitiJet Air Charter (Pty) Ltd, exhibiting in the static area, Stand SPE 7, produces a full range of high-quality certified all-composite single- and twin-engine aircraft, remote sensing turnkey solutions, and an aerobatic tandem trainer, as well as type-specific flight training simulators.

  • Fighting fires [AAD18D2]

    British Columbia, Canada-based Viking Air (Hangar 3, Stand CE8) is best known as the OEM for the de Havilland Canada product line – DHC-1 through DHC-7, which includes the successful revival of the versatile and economical 19-seat Twin Otter utility twin as the Series 400 (pictured right) – and the Canadair aerial firefighting fleet (far right).

  • More powerful strike for Snakehead [AAD18D2]

    The Jordan Advanced Machining Company (JAMC) (Hangar 2, Stand CW22) is showing its latest Snake Head Cupola Mk VI armed with two .50 M2 machine guns, each weapon being provided with 200 rounds of ready-use ammunition.

  • SA defence technology is key [AAD18D2]

    • South African defence technology to remain key highlight of Africa Aerospace and Defence exhibition, despite defence budget bottoming out • Defence industrial base a key driver in upcoming tradeshow, but investment would help to maintain and grow defence industrial capabilities

  • ADS-B: get the complete picture [AAD18D2]

    Status Aviation, located in Hall 5, Stand E1 in conjunction with OzRunways, Australia’s number one Electronic Flight Bag (EFB) that is available for Africa, launched its ADS-B compatibility function to the popular EFB software.

  • Core activities from Pakistan [AAD18D2]

    Global Industrial and Defence Solutions (GIDS) of Pakistan (Hangar 7, Stand CW 3) is showing some of its core activities in the defence domain. Among its range of unmanned aerial systems (UAVs), the company counts a variety of short-range, hand-launched or VTOL surveillance systems and its medium-endurance tactical Shahpar and Uqab systems.

  • Eye in the sky [AAD18D2]

    Trakkacorp, represented by CitiJet Air Charter (Pty) Ltd in South Africa, located in the static park on Stand SPE 7, is showcasing a range of products at AAD. Products include the SWE-400-LE EO camera installed on the Diamond DA62 MPP multimission aircraft and Trakkabeam A800 High Intensity Searchlight in conjunction with Paramount Group’s FAST AS350 multirole helicopter.

  • Today’s youth are the industry’s future [AAD18D2]

    AAD hosts Africa’s largest aviation, military and defence expo. These expos are of mass proportions, genuinely displaying how the industry can be of great benefit to society today. As we are fast approaching the fourth industrial era, where everything is nano-sized and super-developed, artificial intelligence and virtual reality are rapidly taking over. We find that most of the technology used daily in society stems from aerospace and innovation technologies. AAD helps people to explore and see such technologies first hand.

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