Brahmand NewsPrevious Article
Brahmand NewsNext Article
Headlines
  • Wreckage of missing Sukhoi-30 jet fighter found in Assam:-The wreckage of the IAF Sukhoi fighter jet that went missing with two crew members on board was found on Friday after three days of search operations....
  • MAST ASIA 2017:-MAST Asia 2017, Japan's only international 'Maritime/Air Systems & Technologies International Trade Show, Conference and Community Enabler' will be held in Makuhari Messe, Tokyo, Japan from 12th to 14th June, 2017....
  • US Navy's new Ford-class carrier sets sail for acceptance trials:-The Navy's next generation aircraft carrier, the nuclear-powered USS Gerald R Ford (CVN 78), has departed the Naval Station Norfolk for acceptance trials, paving the way for the warship's commissioning into service later this year....
  • India-Singapore joint naval exercise SIMBEX 2017 concludes:-The Indian Navy and the Singapore Navy have concluded a week-long bilateral military exercise in the South China Sea, during which they conducted a series of advanced naval warfare drills, including air defence exercises and gunnery live-firings....

LIMA 2017

Article
Line Spacing+- AFont Size+- Print This Article

LIMA 2017

The Langkawi International Maritime & Aerospace Exhibition (LIMA) is the largest show of its kind within the Asia Pacific region.

Held biennially since its debut in 1991, LIMA is an ideal platform where industry stakeholders could engage and expand their networks towards forging new partnerships and business agreements.

The 14th Langkawi International Maritime & Aerospace Exhibition will be held at the Mahsuri International Exhibition Centre (MIEC) for the aerospace exhibition and Resort World Langkawi for the maritime exhibition from 21 - 25 March 2017.

LIMA'17 is jointly-organised by the Malaysia Ministry of Defence and EN Projects (M) Sdn Bhd.

View the Link


Tags:

LIMA  2017  
Line Spacing+- AFont Size+- Print Article

Other Related News

Russia-India: True Comrades-in-Arms

Russia's decision to join hands with India's Pipavav Shipyard to build three new-generation Talwar class guided missile frigates for the Indian Navy will be a win-win game for the two most-trusted strategic allies.

Upcoming Defence Exhibitions

BRAHMOS Missile Systems

Headlines

Brahmand World Defence Update 2017

Image Gallery