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Airbus Defence and Space will be present at IndoDefence 2016 with a stand that highlights our products, capabilities and solutions for Indonesia’s defence and space markets. The exhibition takes place at JIExpo Kemorayan in Jakarta, Indonesia from 2nd to 5th November. The company’s stand, located at Hall D (#D002).

Airbus Defence and Space will offer visitors information about the A400M, which is currently in service with five nations and is ideally suited to humanitarian and cargo missions. There will also be details on the C295 turboprop aircraft, which offers the best life-cycle costs in its class, and the Eurofighter Typhoon which can perform both air-to-air and air-to-surface missions.

Visitors can also learn more about the company’s secured communications satellites like the E3000. Commercial and institutional customers around the world, including Indonesia’s Ministry of Defence, have selected Airbus technology to communicate critical information.

We would be delighted to meet you there!

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Products highlighted during the show

A400M

Tactical delivery, strategic lift, front-line tanking: uniquely adaptable

EUROFIGHTER

The world‘s most versatile fighter jet

C295 Chile Vuelo (19)
C295 MPA

The trusted partner for medium airlift and surveillance missions

E172B
TELECOM SATELLITES

The only commercially available military satellite communications constellation offering global coverage

Video Gallery

A400M image A400M
The A400M is the proven, certified and in operations Most Advanced Airlifter with 21st Century State-of-the-Art Technologies
Eurofighter Typhoon image Eurofighter Typhoon
The Eurofighter is the world's most advanced new generation multi-role/swing-role combat aircraft available on the market
C295 MPA image C295 MPA
C295 Intelligence and Surveillance (ISR) is equipped with a tactical system proven during ISR/ASW missions and under-wing stations to carry weapons and other stores
Telecom Satellites image Telecom Satellites
Airbus Defence and Space is leading the race for full electric propulsion for high powered telecommunication satellites.