Calendar of Events

  • The Value of Partnerships: Executing Canada's New Offset Policy
    May 7, 2015 - Toronto, ON

    Hosted by OMX, AIAC is proud to support this event designed to promote partnerships between Prime Contractors, Canadian SMEs, Technology Companies, Associations, Investors and Government; encourage collaboration with Colleges, Universities and Research Institutes; and create strategic relationships leading to “value proposition” transactions, and the inclusion of Canadian-made technology in Canadian programs and global exports.

    The event will include:

    • Several important announcements starting at 3:30pm sharp
    • Select speakers
    • Technology Watch- Exhibits from Universities, Research Institutes, SMEs
    • Networking and matchmaking across multiple disciplines
    • Stand-up dinner and cocktails

    Click here for details and to register.




  • 5th International Space Conference: Space & The Future
    May 19-21, 2015 - Dniepropetrovsk, Ukraine

    The International Space Conference is organized by Yuzhnoye State Design Office, SE PA Yuzhny Machine Building Plant, Dniepropetrovsk National University and the State Space Agency of Ukraine. The Conference looks at the current status of aerospace industry alongside with formation of prospective tasks and objectives, acting not only a laboratory for innovations but also powerful business ground which accelerates implementation of aerospace projects. The International Conference in Dniepropetrovsk is an excellent opportunity to discuss new trends in aerospace domain, prospective achievements, renewed visions of the global space problems and uniting international concepts for their solution.

    For more information, please contact Yury I. Mardak, Trade Commissioner, Embassy of Canada, Kyiv, Ukraine.




  • Aerospace, Defence & Security Expo (ADSE)
    August 6-7, 2015 - Abbotsford, BC

    Proudly hosted by AIAC Pacific, The 2015 Aerospace, Defence & Security Expo (ADSE) is a must attend event for local and international participants who have business ties to Canadian aerospace, defence and security industries. The 350 anticipated attendees will have the opportunity to:

    • Network; engage in business-to-business workshop sessions promoting 1:1 interactions
    • Explore the success factors of international business and export readiness
    • Learn key industry trends and pursue new business/RFP opportunities

    This event will provide exposure and connections between industry SME’s, major manufacturers, government and the end users in the aerospace, defence and security sectors.

    Visit the website for more information and to register.




  • 2015 Canadian Aerospace Summit
    November 17-18, 2015 - Ottawa, ON

    This exclusive conference, B2B and Trade Show brings together Canadian and international companies of all sizes, government, and academia for two days in the nation's capital. Close to 1,000 participants–primarily C-suite executives and government officials–are expected to attend.

    Do Business. Network. Learn.
    Visit the website to learn more!




  • Singapore Air Show 2016
    February 16-21, 2016 - Singapore

    Singapore Air Show (SAS) is Asia’s largest and one of the top three most important air shows in the world. It is a global exhibition where the latest state-of-the-art systems and equipment along with the latest technologies and developments are displayed by top aerospace companies around the world.

    Interested in Exhibiting in the Canadian Pavilion?
    AIAC invites you to be a part of the Canadian Pavilion! The cost is C$2,200.00 per square meter. If interested, please contact Derek Staines, EAS Exhibition Services at derek@easexhibitions.com or (905) 837 5095. For more information, contact Vlada Shilina, Associate Vice President, International Strategy and Business Development.

    Ontario Showcase
    Participate in the Ontario showcase and a business mission to Indonesia or Malaysia (TBC). For more information, click here or contact Corie McDougall, Area Director - Southeast Asia, International Trade Branch, Ontario Government.