About F-Air Colombia 2023

Why exhibit at F-AIR COLOMBIA 2023?

Colombia has become a Latin American leader in the aerospace and defense industry due in part to the political stability and significant increase in investment toward aerospace infrastructure and economic development. As a country that has seen industry growth in the double digits year in and year out, Colombia will continue to invest heavily in the industry and continue to look for the best equipment, products and suppliers to support its growth.

Whether you’re established and looking to expand in the region or working to secure your first deals here, F-Air will open the door to Colombia’s dynamic and diversifying aerospace and defense market.


Colombia will look to the USA as it implements its 2030 plans for interoperability to meet international capability standards.

The United States is Colombia’s strongest ally and largest trading partner, with U.S. exports to Colombia valued at $16 billion. Since the signing of the U.S.-Colombia Free Trade Agreement (FTA) on May 15, 2012, U.S. exports to Colombia have increased by 15%, making Colombia a leading market for U.S.-based manufacturing.

Kallman Worldwide builds on that connection with more than a decade of experience working with the show organizers and other stakeholders in the region including the U.S. Commercial Service, U.S. Embassy, Office of Defense Cooperation and AmCham. Our USA Partnership Pavilion delivers more on the floor — and our Latin American office adds a home-field advantage with extra fluency in the language, culture and industry marketplace. From pre-show administrative, marketing and exhibitor services to on-site support and activities — media relations, networking, delegation tours, exhibitor lounge/meeting areas and 24/7 trouble-shooting — Kallman clears the way for more success and sales in Latin America at F-Air. In 2019, the USA was the featured nation at the show, giving international delegates even more reason for to visit the USA Partnership Pavilion and U.S. exhibitors in their stands!

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