Biggest airport expo opened in Dubai, draws 375 exhibitors

Airport Show, the world’s biggest airport exhibition, opened on April 29 in Dubai, with a record 375 exhibitors from 60 nations displaying in excess of 50 new advancements and inventive items throughout the following three days. The nineteenth release of Dubai Airport Show was formally opened by Sheik Ahmed canister Saeed Al Maktoum, President of Dubai Civil Aviation Authority, Chairman of Dubai Airports and Chairman and CEO of Emirates Airline and Group at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Center.

The show has united its market remaining with partaking organizations set to sign multi-million dirham bargains crosswise over nearly the whole range of air terminal tasks and the executives, said the coordinators Reed Exhibitions Middle East.

The Airport Show, with all the co-found occasions, is putting forth a perfect stage the Middle East, Africa and South Asia’s flight specialists, organizations and people to meet up and team up with worldwide specialists and pioneers to improve worldwide aeronautics.

The co-found occasions are Air Traffic Control (ATC) Forum, Airport Security Middle East, Global Airport Leaders Forum (GALF), Women in Aviation (WIA) General Assembly and CAPA Middle East and Africa Aviation Summit.

Prior tending to the media, Sheik Ahmed stated: “With traveler numbers expected to proceed with their development direction and drive air terminal extension ventures to oblige the interest, the UAE’s aeronautics part remains a key driver of our financial development.”

The Airport Show has 211 facilitated purchasers from 30 nations. Other than Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Kuwait and the host UAE, this year there are facilitated purchasers from Algeria, Armenia, Angola, Djibouti, Egypt, Ethiopia, Gambia, Ghana, India, Jordan, Lebanon, Maldives, Mauritius, Moldova, Nigeria, Pakistan, Rwanda, Seychelles, Sudan, Sri Lanka, Tunisia, Turkey and Uganda, said the organisers.

Daniyal Qureshi, Group Exhibition Director at Reed Exhibitions Middle East, organisers of the Airport Show, said the show has been a clear sell-out, indicating the industry’s continuing vibrancy and investment potential for expanding facilities and new technologies at airports and the aviation industry in general.