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Bandung Air Show 2017 to attract 100,000 visitors

VOI NEWS 09.00 LOCAL TIME, GMT+7, 09-11-2017

Col. M. Iman Handojo, commander of Husein Sastranegara airbase, Bandung, West Java, the organizer of Bandung Air Show -BAS 2017 has set a target to attract up to 100,000 visitors. He said in Bandung on Wednesday (November 8th) that based on the graph of the increasing number of visitors from year to year, the implementation of Bandung Air Show 2017 is predicted to be packed by around 100 thousand visitors, adding that the Bandung Air Show 2017 is scheduled to take place from November 9th to 12th. During the BAS implementation, various activities will be displayed such as aircraft show, exhibition, educative events, adventure experience, installations, various competitions, food bazaar, including art. This event is one of the agenda and the contribution of the air force to continue to grow the world of aerospace to the community, especially the younger generation. In the meantime, the BAS organizing committee chairman, Lt. Col. Adm. Pramu Subroto said that there will be some acrobatic performances of the Super Tucano aircraft from squadron 21 of Abdurahman Saleh Malang airbase, Pegasus team using Heli Colibri 120 from air squadron 7 of the Kalijati Subang airbase, West Java and the Asia Aero Flying Club. (Ant)

Indonesia eyeing West African market to export health products

Indonesia is eyeing export of medical products by participating at the "Medic West Africa & Medlab West Africa Exhibition" -MWA, the largest exhibition of tools and medical products in West Africa, held in Landmark Center, Water Corporation Road, Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria recently. Head of Indonesian Trade Promotion Center -ITPC of Lagos, Nino W. Setiawan said that he has been putting effort to boost export to Nigeria and West Africa. He said in a written statement available for Antara News Agency on Wednesday (November 8th) that MWA is a promotional arena for pharmaceutical and medical equipment on which Indonesian pharmaceutical and medical equipment manufacturers could meet consumers in Nigeria and West Africa. PT PIM Pharmaceutical, PT Kimia Farma, PT Dexa Medica and PT Tempo Scan Pasific Indonesia are four Indonesian companies participated in the exhibition. (Ant)

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