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Dubai Airshow 2009 venue preparations in full flight

Posted on 16/07/2008

Farnborough - Having firmly cemented its reputation as the world's third largest aerospace exhibition, the Dubai Airshow - which celebrated its 10th anniversary in 2007 - is gearing up for a move to its new home next year, at the Dubai World Central aviation city in Jebel Ali, United Arab Emirates. Speaking on the sidelines of Farnborough International Airshow, F'&'E Aerospace, the Dubai Airshow organisers, revealed plans are well underway for the next outing of the biennial showcase - widely ...  >>MORE

Emirates opens Dh1.3 billion engineering centre

Posted on 15/11/2007

Emirates on Wednesday announced the opening of its Dh1.3 billion engineering centre on a 55-hectare site on the north side of Dubai International Airport. The new state of the art facility was officially opened by Sheikh Ahmed Bin Saeed Al Maktoum, chairman and chief executive of Emirates Group. "The centre is capable of supporting the maintenance requirements of burgeoning fleet of Emirates and other airlines flying through Dubai,” Sheikh Ahmed said. Emirates recently placed US$35 billion ...  >>MORE

Future looks bright as event breaks all records

Posted on 15/11/2007

As the record-breaking Dubai Airshow 2007 - the biggest in the event's history - closes today, the future of the biennial event looks brighter than ever as major regional players outlined huge expansion plans. Orders continued at the show - which has already broken all aerospace exhibition on-site order books with an intake in excess of US$100 billion - with Airbus announcing the sale of nine A321 aircraft to the new Egyptian airline Nile Air. Airbus ended the 10th Dubai Airshow with major ...  >>MORE

UAE Land Forces Commander meets Finnish, Greek military officials

Posted on 14/11/2007

Commander of the UAE Land Forces Maj. Gen. Ali M Subaih Al-Ka'abi on Tuesday held separate meetings with former Finnish Deputy Chief of Defence and Chief of the Defence Staff, and Permanent Secretary at the Finnish ministry of defence, Kari Rimpi and Representative of the Hellenic Minister of National Defence to the Dubai Air Show 2007. The two meetings discussed a number of military topics as well as cooperation between the UAE on the one hand and Finland and Greece on the other. (Emirates ...  >>MORE

Mubadala signs MoU with CAE for flight integrated training system

Posted on 14/11/2007

Mubadala Development Company PJSC (Mubadala), a strategic investment and development vehicle established and wholly-owned by the Government of the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, yesterday signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with leading simulation technologies and integrated training solutions provider CAE to develop a fully integrated flight training system - a key training component that will complement the emirate's ongoing aerospace strategy. The MoU sets a collaboration framework for the ...  >>MORE

ADAT and Etihad Airways in US$500m five-year MRO pact

Posted on 14/11/2007

Abu Dhabi Aircraft Technologies, wholly-owned by Mubadala Development Company (Mubadala), has entered into a US$500m five-year accord with Etihad Airways, the national airline of the United Arab Emirates. Under the contract, Abu Dhabi Aircraft Technologies will provide an extensive range of maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) services to the award-winning carrier. This agreement is the first to be signed with Abu Dhabi Aircraft Technologies since its recent launch. Under the terms of this ...  >>MORE

UAE could make aircraft parts

Posted on 14/11/2007

Mubadala Development Co, Abu Dhabi government's investment arm, and EADS, the European aerospace and defence firm, are in talks to manufacture carbon graphite airframe materials in Abu Dhabi. In what could provide a massive boost to the emirate's ambition to develop a local aerospace industry, the two firms are negotiating over ways to manufacture composite materials used in modern commercial aircraft. Both Boeing and Airbus are focusing on fuselage built with composite materials. Boeing's ...  >>MORE

Emirates - CAE signs contract for Hawker Jet pilot training

Posted on 14/11/2007

Emirates-CAE Flight Training (ECFT) continues the successful expansion of its client base for business jet training with an agreement with the UAE's Empire Aviation Group (EAG). The training contract was signed at the 10th Dubai Airshow by Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, Chairman & Chief Executive, Emirates Airline & Group; Sheikh Tariq Bin Faisal Al Qasimi, Chairman of Empire Aviation Group and Emirates Investment Group; and Jeff Roberts, Group President, Innovation & Civil Training & ...  >>MORE

Sheikh Mohammed unveils new brand identities for Dubai Airports

Posted on 12/11/2007

H.H Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of UAE, unveiled in his capacity as Ruler of Dubai new visual identities and brands for Dubai Airports and associate entities on the opening day at the 10th Aerospace Exhibition Dubai Airshow 2007. Commenting on the launch of the new brand images, Sheikh Mohammed laid emphasis on the importance of the aviation and logistics sectors in the economic development of the UAE in general, and Dubai in particular. "The new ...  >>MORE

UAE, S. Korea successfully complete T-50 trainer flight evaluation: President, CEO of KAI

Posted on 12/11/2007

South Korea's participation at the Dubai Air Show will provide a unique opportunity to foster cooperation relations with UAE and the other Arab Gulf countries, said Hae-joo Chung, President and CEO for Korea Aerospace Industries, Ltd (KAI).He further stressed the importance of Dubai Air Show to the Korean defence industries which he said have been developed through coalition operations and strong western military standard. The South Korean official made his remarks in a recent interview with ...  >>MORE

UAE Vice President to open Dubai Air Show 2007

Posted on 11/11/2007

H.H Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates and Ruler of Dubai, will officially open today, the 10th edition of Dubai Air Show. The official opening at Dubai International Airport will be attended by a host of VIPs and local, regional and international dignitaries. Exhibitors from 50 countries will showcase the latest aircraft civil and military transport aircraft as well as state-of-the-art air defence systems and equipment. ...  >>MORE

Record Emirates deals to dominate airshow

Posted on 11/11/2007

His Highness Sheikh Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, will open the 10th Dubai Airshow on Sunday. The five-day show at the Airport Expo Dubai is open to industry professionals only. A host of VIPS and local, regional and international dignitaries will attend the opening ceremony. Up to 40,000 visitors are expected as more than 850 exhibitors from 50 countries showcase their products and services for commercial, private and military ...  >>MORE

Largest ever Dubai airshow a 'barometer' for huge mid-east aviation growth

Posted on 09/11/2007

The 10th edition of the Dubai Airshow, which is completely sold out, has smashed all the international event's previous records of size, exhibitor and aircraft numbers and aircraft displayed. The show is readying itself for its final showing at the Airport Expo Dubai next week and prepares for its 2009 move to a new, purpose-built facility at Dubai World Central, the huge urban aviation community being built in Jebel Ali, 30 kilometres north of Dubai city centre. This year's show has also ...  >>MORE

Tenth Dubai Airshow to be the largest yet

Posted on 07/10/2007

The Dubai Airshow, which celebrates its 10th anniversary this year, is set to become the largest to date with up to 900 exhibitors from 47 countries and 11 pavilions. Some 130 exhibitors from 24 countries are taking part for the first time — that's one-tenth of the show's entire exhibitor profile - and all are seeking emerging opportunities. Among the newcomers are the Cayman Islands whose government registry is taking part; Afghanistan, represented by Safi Airways; Luxembourg by maintenance ...  >>MORE