International Aerospace Test & Development show announced


The publishers of Aerospace Testing International are delighted to announce that The Aerospace Test & Development Show, an international exhibition of test and validation measurement tools and services, will be taking place in Toulouse, France, from September 19-20, 2023.

The free-to-attend Show, which will bring the pages of this publication to life, is set to host over 130 exhibitors, each showcasing the very latest in test and validation technologies for commercial and defense aircraft, including airliners, helicopters, UAVs, eVTOLs, military aircraft and airborne weapons, and general aviation craft as well as catering to the creation and development of space-exploration vessels and satellites. 

‘The Aerospace Test & Development Show is designed to help aerospace engineers discover systems and services that help them reduce product failure, while at the same time increasing component and full-aircraft efficiency and performance,” said Graham Johnson who heads up MA Innovations, a division of Mark Allen Group, the long-established and respected publisher and events company behind this magazine and the Show.

“We know that this sector more than ever needs to save development time and thus save development costs, so we’re also creating a free-to-attend conference that will feature some of the biggest and brightest names in the business. The conference will be located in the exhibition hall meaning participants can simply pull-up a free chair and join in any session they want”

“This exhibition and conference is about bringing the industry together to exchange ideas and to make new contacts,” Johnson continued. “The plan is that engineers and project managers converge from all over the world in Toulouse from September 19-20 next year and achieve more in these two days than perhaps they could during several weeks in their usual working life. From complete-aircraft testing systems, materials testing, simulation software and rigs, and telemetry acquisition systems to climatic testing, EMC and NVH tools, and alternative-propulsion testing technologies, The Aerospace Test & Development Show will be the one-stop shop for global aerospace R&D and testing.”

For more information, visit or find out how you can secure one of the limited number of exhibition spaces by contacting either event manager Tom Eames or James Howson or

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Ben has worked as a journalist and editor, covering technology, engineering and industry for the last 20 years. Initially writing about subjects from nuclear submarines to autonomous cars to future design and manufacturing technologies, he was editor of a leading UK-based engineering magazine before becoming editor of Aerospace Testing in 2017.

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