Date: 12 Nov – 16 Nov 2017
Category: Automotive and Aerospace
Entry: Registration required, not open to the general public
Dress code: Business attire, national dress, or military uniforms only
The biggest aerospace event in the region is all set to attract a large number of people. Global aerospace trade is scheduled to take place over five days with another record-breaking 1,200 exhibitors and more than 160 aircraft on display at the Dubai Air Show.
The Gulf Aviation Training Event (GATE) and Futures Day is going to feature adding to the attractions will be the exciting Space Pavilion. This two-day forum, Airport Solutions, Cargo Zone and UAV Summit, all with dedicated exhibitions, conference sessions, demo areas and industry experts from around the world. It does not matter if someone is working in the industry or simply an admirer of aircraft, the event should not be missed. F&E Aerospace is a division of F&E, one of the most influential & long-standing names in the Middle East’s events sector – delivering international trade events across a variety of markets since 1958.
F&E Aerospace is one of the most influential names in the aerospace event industry. Through their portfolio of reputed events enlisted above the team has developed a long-standing relationship with the global aerospace industry; they have developed a particular focus on producing events in the Middle East and take a lot of pride not only in their knowledge of the market but also the associations they have developed in the region. They have dedicated to delivering events of the highest quality that connect buyers and sellers from all over the world and enable our clients to maximise the return on their investment.
The flying display will include aerobatic teams PLAAF August 1st Air Demonstration Team from China; the Russian Knights and the UAE’s Al Fursan. An Airbus A350 and a Beriev BE200 ES will be flying demonstrating its firefighting ability. Helicopters including the TAI T129 attack helicopter will be performing for the first time at the Dubai Airshow and large number of military aircraft such as a US Airforce F16, UAE Mirage 2000 and a Taqnia AN132.
The purpose built static park will feature over 160 aircraft on display, including Airbus A380s from both Emirates Airline and Etihad Airways; the Motor Sich Mi2 and Mi8 MSB-T helicopters. Also to fly are business jets such as a Gulfstream G650ER and Bombardier Global 6000 Anka MALE Class UAV. Featured at the Dubai Airshow for the first time will be the Sukhoi Superjet 100 and the Japanese Air Force Kawasaki C2, in addition to first time exhibitor Calidus displaying two aircraft: the B-250 Bader and the TX-C.
“We are looking forward to an exciting and successful Dubai Airshow 2017,” said Michele van Akelijen, Managing Director of show organisers Tarsus F&E LLC Middle East. “The Dubai Airshow truly represents the centre of the aerospace industry and we are pleased to welcome the industry’s key players from around the globe.”
Of the 1200 exhibitors at the Dubai Airshow 2017, a large number travel from all around the globe with 30% of exhibitors from Europe and 40% from the Middle East, along with many from further afield. Around 10% of the exhibitors travel from the Americas with the majority of these hailing from the USA and Canada.
Many of the show’s 100 first time exhibitors this year are going to feature from around the globe and include Rockford Xellerix, the UAE’s only independent provider of wiring, interconnect and system solutions for the defense, aerospace, and marine industries; the Japanese Ministry of Defence; and Vector Aerospace, a Canadian MRO provider. Others include Aerospace Maintenance Solutions from the USA, Nordic Aviation Capital from Ireland and D.Marchiori from Italy.
*No admittance to anyone under the age of 16
*The organisers reserve the right to refuse admission
Dubai World Central (DWC)
Dubai Airshow Site Jebel Ali
Dubai – United Arab Emirates.
Tel.: +971 4 881 1176
Photo courtesy: www.dubaiairshow.aero
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