The Organizers of the International Aerospace and Defense Exhibition (IADE) announced that the second edition of IADE will be held from 12-16 October 2022 at Enfidha-Hammamet International Airport instead of Djerba-Zarzis International Airport.
It is the biggest and most recent airport to be built in the country, with a modern design that reflects the image of the new Tunisia and a strategic position near two of the most active regions in the country, namely the capital Tunis and Sousse.
Thanks to its strategic location and its modern equipment and facilities, this airport will be able to contribute effectively to the growth of IADE TUNISIA.
TAV Airports, a member of Groupe ADP, and administrator of the Enfidha-Hammamet airport affirmed that it is fully committed to mobilizing all its means and providing all possible supports to promote and to develop the exhibition and thus make IADE Tunisia a central hub for aeronautical and defense business activities on a continental and global scale.
IADE Tunisia is divided into three major zones: Civil Aviation, Defense & Space. Each zone has a seminars program dedicated to the challenges of that particular domain, running a series of panels throughout the first three days of the show.
The event will showcase over 200 exhibiting companies from around the word, and will host a large number of African delegations and decision makers from Tunisia, Africa and the Middle East.
This base of companies is a part of development schemes that cover a wide range of aerospace & defense activities.
USA, Czech Republic, Pakistan, Turkey, all confirmed their returning pavilion and increased space at IADE 2022, according to the Organizers.
Furthermore, IADE Tunisia will provide diverse opportunities to meet international key players of the aerospace and defense industry to expand your network and to build new partnerships.
The implementation of an organized delegation visit programs will be open to all exhibitors, B2B, face-to-face meetings, conferences on updates in both the Aerospace and Defense sectors.