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Future Days 24

Future Days 24
Future Days 24
Future Days 24
Future Days 24
Future Days 24
Future Days 24
Future Days 24, Tramelan
Future Days 24, Tramelan
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    • Event
  • Place
    • Tramelan

Enjoy a memorable day in Tramelan with many attractions focused on discovering future professions, organized by the SwissApollo society.

To promote technical and scientific professions among our youth, we offer a day of discovery to the entire population of the Grand Chasseral region - especially to our youth - with an exhibition, celebrities, meetings, an air show, and a conference with a concert. It will be possible to discover the professions of the future and much more, thanks to our exhibitors at the CIP (Interregional Training Center). We will welcome the Swiss astronaut Claude Nicollier, pilot Hervé de Saint Exupéry, a member of Antoine's family, and the famous SWISS Band. Our new Swiss astronaut Marco Sieber will visit us if his training permits. As the ultimate honor for our region, the Patrouille Suisse will perform several formations over Tramelan, and a flying demonstration of the Super Puma will also add dynamism to this day.


10:00 AM: Helicopter flights with Air-Glaciers (all day)

11:30 AM: Opening of the street food and exhibitions

1:05 PM: Musical opening with Tramusica, on the hill of the CIP

1:15 PM: Welcome speech by local and cantonal authorities

1:50 PM: Formation flights by the Patrouille Suisse

2:15 PM: Aerial demonstration by the Super Puma Display Team

2:30 PM: Super Puma on ground display

3:00 PM: Autograph session in the CIP exhibition

4:00 PM: Demonstration of the Dufaux 1905 race car

5:30 PM: Opening of the doors to the Marelle Hall

6:00 PM: Conference with our celebrities & concert by the SWISS band

8:00 PM: Autograph session in the Marelle Hall

8:30 PM: Western party at the Hasler farm – animations and bars all night long



Claude Nicollier is an astronomer, astronaut, and former fighter and commercial pilot. He is also the godfather of the Patrouille Suisse, which will celebrate the sixtieth anniversary of its creation that day.


A member of the family of the famous aviator and writer Antoine de Saint Exupéry, Hervé is a former fighter pilot on Jaguar and Mirage. He currently flies Airbus A330 and A350 for Air France. His vocation is to inspire youth through the stories of his illustrious ancestor.


Passionate about science and technology, Antonio holds a PhD in Physics and has over thirty years of experience in research, development, and industry. He has more than 120 patents to his name. Currently, he works in the space field where he is involved in the development of a lunar rover for NASA at Venturi Lab in Switzerland, where he is the Director and co-founder. He also serves as a member of the advisory board of Venturi Astrolab, California, USA.


A native of Tramelan and former student of CEFF, he completed his entire electronics engineering training in the region. Lukas is currently a long-haul pilot at SWISS and heads the company SwissApollo, which aims to inspire our youth.


We offer an exhibition at the CIP on the theme of inspiration for technical and scientific professions. You can meet and discuss with professionals in mechanics, electronics, watchmaking, aviation, and even astronautics. You can also buy signed books and other souvenirs. Refreshments will be available all day at the CIP.

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  • The 24 Aug 2024
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  • Conditions / supplements
    • Entry to the exhibition at the CIP and the air demonstrations is free.
    • Parking fee CHF 5.-, to be paid on site.
    • The large evening conference at the Marelle hall with the SWISS Band concert is paid. Book your tickets quickly to secure your seats.
  • Meeting place
    • Marelle Hall & CIP, Tramelan. Prefer public transportation for your arrival.
  • Time
    • From 10 AM
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