• Ontario’s defence industry is comprised of companies across several sectors developing products and services for military and security customers, including: aerospace/space, naval, combat vehicles, munitions/weapons, soldier systems and C4ISR (Command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance, reconnaissance). It is the largest in Canada with approximately $3.8B in sales with close to 60% from export sales and a GDP impact of $2.35B. 11 of the top 25 defence companies in the world have operations right here in Ontario.

    IDEX is the only international defence exhibition and conference in the MENA region that showcases the latest technology across land, sea and air. It is a unique platform to establish and strengthen relationships with government departments, businesses and armed forces throughout the region. The event attracts over 105,000 visitors from 142 countries and more than 1300 exhibiting companies.

    Ontario companies interested in finding new partners and clients in the UAE will be showcasing their innovations at the Ontario pavilion.

    If you are interested in learning more about the Ontario mission and/or meeting with Ontario mission companies, please contact Eyad Qudsi.

  • Ontario is a place where global aerospace giants expand their operations and homegrown suppliers export the highest quality parts at competitive prices. Our manufacturers are an integral part of the global supply chain. From turboprop aircraft, business jets, and turbine engines to landing gear systems, avionics, space robotics and beyond, Made-In-Ontario innovations can be found on virtually every passenger aircraft in the world. Ontario is the second largest aerospace sector in Canada, generating over $6 billion in annual sales with exports of over 80%.

    Aero India is a biennial air show and aviation exhibition. Indian aerospace and defence firms exploring new technologies, equipment and services in the maintenance, repair and overhaul field are invited to meet the delegation from Ontario, Canada. Ontario MRO suppliers will showcase their services and equipment during Aero India 2021.

    If you are interested in learning more about the Ontario mission and/or meeting with Ontario mission companies, please contact Fawzia Sheikh.

  • In light of current events, please contact the trade consultant for the most up-to-date information about this mission.

    To showcase Ontario’s R and D in unmanned and autonomous systems and get exposure to buyers from some 20 different industries, the Ontario government will lead an export business mission of Ontario aerospace companies to participate in AUVSI XPONENTIAL 2020.   

    Held annually in a different location in the U.S., AUVSI XPONENTIAL that attracts more than 8,500 technologists, users and regulators of unmanned and autonomous systems from all over the globe.

    If you are interested in learning more about the Ontario mission and/or meeting with Ontario mission companies, contact:

  • Ontario is a place where global aerospace giants expand their operations and homegrown suppliers export the highest quality parts at competitive prices. Our manufacturers are an integral part of the global supply chain. From turboprop aircraft, business jets, and turbine engines to landing gear systems, avionics, space robotics and beyond, Made-In-Ontario innovations can be found on virtually every passenger aircraft in the world. Ontario is the second largest aerospace sector in Canada, generating over $6 billion in annual sales with exports of over 80%.

    The Farnborough International Airshow remains the leader in connecting the world of aerospace, hosting some of the largest and most successful events in an ever-changing aviation industry. On a new digital platform, FIA Connect will provide an easy, cost-effective way for international buyers and government officials to connect with Ontario’s extensive aerospace supply chain.

    We invite you to review the profiles of the companies participating in the mission below.

    If you are interested in learning more about the Ontario mission and/or meeting with Ontario mission companies, please contact Rita Patlan.

  • The Singapore Airshow is Asia’s largest aerospace and defence event and features two high-level conferences, the Singapore Airshow Aviation Leadership Summit and the Asia Pacific Security Conference. In 2018, the Singapore Airshow saw more than 55,000 attendees from participating companies from 147 countries & regions including 70 of the top 100 global aerospace companies.

    The Ontario government will lead a mission of companies to the Singapore Airshow 2020. Mission members will participate in pre-arranged business to business (B2B) meetings and targeted business programming. For more information,

  • The Dubai Airshow is one of the largest and most important aerospace events in the world, connecting aerospace professionals across all areas of the industry to facilitate successful global trade, with over 1,200 exhibitors from 63 countries, and over 79,380 trade visitors. The Dubai Airshow creates a world class exhibition showcasing the latest and greatest in military, general and commercial aviation.

    Ontario, Canada will there be demonstrating why its aerospace and aviation sector is sought-after for its innovative technologies that help reduce costs and improve performance.

    To learn more, contact Eyad.

  • Discover how Ontario’s aerospace expertise can help take your business to new heights, at the Paris Air Show (PAS). 18 Ontario-based companies will be exhibiting in the Ontario Pavilion at PAS 2019. From landing gear systems to flight simulators and beyond, Ontario is a global centre for manufacturing expertise—renowned for exceptional quality at competitively low prices. Don’t miss your opportunity to meet with these companies and explore new partnerships. PAS is one of the largest worldwide events dedicated to the aviation and aerospace industry.  In 2017, the event featured more than 2,300 exhibitors from 48 countries and attracted more than 142,000 industry professionals from 158 countries. To set up a meeting with Ontario companies attending PAS

  • Make plans now to visit the 2019 Pacific Northwest Aerospace Alliance (PNAA) Conference in Seattle. Discover for yourself why over half of the world’s top 25 aerospace companies have key operations in Ontario. The Conference provides an excellent forum to explore business partnerships with Ontario aerospace companies, as well as network with a wide range of industry professionals including executives from Boeing and other original equipment manufacturer (OEM) suppliers.

    To set up a meeting with Ontario companies attending the Conference,