This includes a $1 billion deal for the latest generation Safran Seats for Emirates’ new fleet of Airbus A350, Boeing 777X-9 and existing Boeing 777-300 aircraft.
The first day saw announcement of contracts worth Dhs4.7 billion and the second day Dhs6.9 billion. The total value of contracts announced on third day stood at Dhs5.1 billion.
Tawazun Council, a government entity that works closely with the Ministry of Defense in the UAE, on Friday signed 10 deals, worth Dhs1.415 billion,
Dubai Airshow 2023 is set to be a platform where innovation takes flight and ground-breaking ideas become reality. With the dynamic convergence of NextGen Leaders and the “Make it in the Emirates” features, this year’s event promises to be a game-changer, driving transformative change across the
It also welcomed over 135,000 attendees, witnessing a remarkable 30% increase in footfall compared to the previous edition. The next edition will take place in 2025 at Dubai World Central (DWC), Al Maktoum airport.
The Dubai Airshow presents an opportunity to welcome many new and returning industry stakeholders to the emirate, and reflect on the recovery and growth of the aviation and wider aerospace sectors in recent years...