Welcome to the Aero Club
~ Aero Club Air week Event in Bethlehem~
We take pleasure in inviting you to our first Aero Club Air Week event to be held between the 1st and 4th of May 2014 in Bethlehem. The Aero Club Air Week event will be similar to the Oshkosh Air event held in the USA on a yearly basis.
Stand allocations will be decided upon once the ground plan is finalised by the event organisers. Setup of Exhibition stands must commence on 30 April 2013 from 12: 00 and clearing/ breakdown of stands at 16:00 on the 4th of May 2014.
Stands must remain for the entire event.
Please confirm interest and intended attendance and Exhibition content before end of business on the 4th of April 2014.
Only applicants that have paid the required fees etc to the organisers before the required date will be allowed to participate. No post payments will be accepted or entertained.
We look forward to your applications which will be considered by the committee and all applicants will be notified on the success of the application.
Clear detail on offerings and products to be presented, to be sold or to be supplied or marketed must form part of the application.
Products etc must be applicable to aviation, pilots and aviation enthusiasts.
The Aero Club of South Africa
Through the participation of it's' members will:
By encouraging the of hosting events, and by coordinating single and multi disciplinary activities
By creating awareness of aviation safety through mutual care
By designing initiatives to focus on the development and transformation of Sport Aviation.
By acknowledgement of the efforts of those members who contribute to the promotion of Sport Aviation
By maintaining and upholding the rights and privileges of its members through the various disciplines of flight
By preserving all forms of free flight and safeguarding our right to share the South African Skies
By monitoring and developing legislation through partnerships and in consultation with the authorities regarding
the use of airspace, legislative requirements, aircraft registration and medical regulation to name, but a few
By protecting the rights of all members and sections from oppressive requirements or restrictions from Aviation
authorities and other bodies
The Fédération Aéronautique Internationale (FAI), the world's air sports federation, was founded in 1905.It is a non-governmental and non-profit making international organisation with the basic aim of furthering aeronautical and astronautical activities worldwide. Ever growing, FAI is now an organisation of some 100 member countries.
The South African Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee (SASCOC) is the controlling body for all high performance sport in South Africa and was formed as a Section 21 Company by representatives of all the sports bodies at a general meeting held on 27 November 2004.