The Dubai Airshow 2017.
The event, which has become one of the largest aerospace shows in the world, will be held Nov. 10-16, 2017 in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
F&E Aerospace, the Dubai Air Navigation Services, Dubai Civil Aviation and the Ministry of Defense of the United Arab Emirates are celebrating their annual Dubai Airshow 2017 to connect aerospace professionals working at all levels of the industry and promote successful global trade. The event, which came to life in 1986 as ArabAir – and has become a record-breaking aerospace exhibition ever since – will be held at the outstanding Dubai World Central. This year’s airshow and exhibition is bringing together leading figures in the industry, including corporate executives from the world’s largest airlines and manufacturers, telecommunications, marketing, aerospace and engineering professionals, current and potential aircraft owners, and customers from the Americas, Europe, Asia and the Pacific.
Over the last 15 years, the United Arab Emirates have strengthened long-standing relationships with the global aviation industry and developed a unique and highly-estimated vision on producing business and commercial aviation conventions and exhibitions in the Middle East. In fact, they have become one of the most influential countries in the aerospace sector, boasting a deep understanding of the market and organizing high-quality events which connect buyers and sellers from all over the world. In this context, the Dubai Airshow is a world-class exhibition presenting the latest and greatest achievements in military, commercial and business aviation. Bringing together more than 1,100 exhibitors from 60 countries, over 60,000 trade visitors, and more than 1,200 international and regional media, this year’s airshow will include daily flying displays (from 2:00pm every day) and a wide range of official events. For example, it will feature the 8th Dubai Air Chiefs Conference (DIAC) 2017, at the Jumeirah Beach Hotel in Dubai. Guests and air force leaders attending this conference are expected to take part in discussions on a series of strategic and operational considerations concerning fifth-generation capabilities.
The Dubai Airshow 2017 will also feature dozens of conferences covering topics of interest to guests, corporate executives and businesspeople attending this year’s exhibition. All those who have long relied upon charter flights or their own private jets to ensure their businesses’ success, or even those considering the use of private aircraft to fulfill their business needs, should attend conferences on safety standards, risk management, business aviation regulations and pilot training. Definitively, the Dubai Airshow 2017 is an excellent opportunity for the most influential firms in Latin America’s business aviation industry – such as South American Jets and South American Brokers – to build stronger ties with partners and the world’s largest manufacturers.
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