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EXHIBITIONS, EVENTS ETC. - DUBAI 2009 AIR SHOW

Dubai Airshow will move to newly-built venue at DWC

Posted on 15/07/2012

The 13th edition of the Dubai Airshow will take place from Dec.17 to 21 and is moving to a brand new purpose built home at Dubai World Central (DWC), located in Jebel Ali, Dubai. The international aerospace show is continuing to grow - the last edition drew 960 exhibitors from 50 countries up by 8 per cent on 2009 and 56,548 visitors which also saw an increase of 7 per cent. DWC is located in the Jebel Ali area of Dubai, easily accessible from both Sheikh Zayed and Emirates Roads. Dubai Marina ...  >>MORE

Tawazun Precision Industries enters into the Dassault Aviation supply base

Posted on 15/11/2011

Tawazun Precision Industries (TPI), a Tawazun Holding subsidiary specialised in the manufacture of metallic components for Aerospace/ Aviation, Defence, and Oil '&' Gas industries, signed a major contract with Dassault Aviation for manufacturing of various components for the Falcon 7X aircraft. The agreement was signed at Tawazun Pavilion during the Dubai International Airshow 2011 Exhibition by Mutasim Awda CEO of Tawazun Precision Industries, and Didie Bonnefoy, Senior Vice President of ...  >>MORE

Dubai Air Show seals deals worth US$ 14bn

Posted on 20/11/2009

As the 11th edition of the Dubai Airshow concluded with a bang yesterday, the total value of deals signed during the five day event stood at US$ 14bn according to the figures released by the organisers. The event, one of the three largest aerospace exhibitions in the world, showcased some of the best in military and commercial aircrafts, cargo planes, private executive jets, helicopters, and drones, including spare parts, maintenance, airport security, and engines. A total of 890 ...  >>MORE

Emirates aircraft make impressive departure during 2009 Dubai Airshow

Posted on 20/11/2009

A logistical accomplishment, Emirates successfully coordinated the departure of 16 aircraft within 16 minutes each day of the 2009 Dubai Airshow this week. Working within a 30 minute window, due to the 2009 Dubai Airshow daily flight display, Emirates worked quickly and efficiently to ensure the on-time departure of its many passengers. The culmination of months of planning, involving numerous departments within Emirates, ensured all flights departed safely and without delay. ...  >>MORE

UAE, South Korea discuss military cooperation

Posted on 19/11/2009

Chief of Staff of the UAE armed forces Lt. General Hamad Mohammed Thani Al Rumaithi received at his office on Wednesday the South Korean Minister of National Defence Kim Tae-young who is currently on a visit to the UAE. Al Rumaithi welcomed the Korean delegation and hailed the existing relations between the United Arab Emirates and the Republic of Korea. During the meeting held at the General Command of the UAE Armed Forces, they also discussed aspects of cooperation in military fields ...  >>MORE

UAE purchases 25 Swiss training aircraft

Posted on 18/11/2009

The UAE armed forces signed a contract with the Swiss Pilatus company to purchase 25 basic-training (PC-21) aircraft at cost Dh1. 89 billion, worth 520 million Swiss-Francs. The move comes within the framework of developing and modernising the UAE Armed Forces. Chief of Logistics at the UAE Armed Forces Headquarters Staff Major General Pilot Faris Mohammed Ahmed Al Mazrouei, said the contract entitles several training simulators, with all systems and services, to train and qualify pilots to ...  >>MORE

Dubai Airshow conquered global significance, Maj. Gen. Mohammed Suwaidan

Posted on 17/11/2009

Commander of the of the United Arab Emirates Air Force and Air Defence H.E Major General Mohammed Suwaidan Al-Qamzi has underlined the importance of the Dubai International Airshow 2009 for the aviation industry whether in UAE, the region or the world over. He said in a statement to the daily bulletin issued by "The Shield" magazine that this year's Dubai Air Show, see the world's latest fighter jets and civilian aircraft which allows us to see and learn the latest developments in both ...  >>MORE

UK Royal Air Force Typhoon makes first visit to Dubai Air Show

Posted on 17/11/2009

A Royal Air Force Typhoon aircraft is making its first appearance at Dubai Air Show 2009. The Typhoon is capable of being deployed in the full spectrum of air operations, from air policing, to peace support, through to high intensity conflict. The UK delegation is led by Air Chief Marshal Sir Stephen Dalton, Chief of Air Staff of the Royal Air Force, and Richard Paniguian, Head of the UK Trade and Investment Defence and Security Organisation. Air Chief Marshal Sir Stephen Dalton, Chief of ...  >>MORE

Mohammed bin Rashid inaugurates Dubai Air show 2009

Posted on 16/11/2009

H.H. Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of UAE and Ruler of Dubai, inaugurated yesterday the 11th Dubai Air show 2009. The ceremony was also attended by H.H General Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces and H.H Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai and Chairman of Dubai Executive Council. Sheikh Mohammed welcomed Arab and foreign dignitaries ...  >>MORE

Airshow orders worth billions

Posted on 16/11/2009

The Dubai Airshow opened on a reassuring note on Sunday, with Airbus, Rolls-Royce and other aviation companies trumpeting combined orders worth several billion dollars. The announcements set an uplifting tone for a show that takes place amid a severe downturn in demand for the airlines and for the firms that supply them with aircraft and equipment. As stunt planes dived and thundered in an ear-punishing aerial display above the Dubai Airport Expo, the hard business of selling during a ...  >>MORE

Defence ministers praise Dubai Airshow standards

Posted on 16/11/2009

His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai received Badr Saud bin Hareb, Omani Minister In charge of Defence on Sunday. The meeting focused on the Dubai Airshow 2009. The Omani Minister praised the excellent standards of organisation which will further enhance UAE's reputation as world leader in exhibitions industry. Sheikh Mohammed later received Hussein Ali Mueni, Tanzanian Defence Minister, who thanked him for the ...  >>MORE

UK committed to further develop ties with UAE, Richard Paniguian

Posted on 16/11/2009

Richard Paniguian, Head of the UK Trade and Investment Defence and Security Organisation has said that the UK is committed to further developing its relationships with UAE, particularly in agreeing further cooperation between defence and security industries. He said this in an interview with Dira' Al Watan Magazine on the occasion of the UK's participation at Dubai Air Show held in Dubai from 15-19 November 2009. "The UK and UAE enjoy very warm defence relations based on the close ...  >>MORE

Dubai open to ideas, ready for partnerships, says Ahmed bin Saeed

Posted on 16/11/2009

The Dubai Airshow could witness a revival in aerospace industry fortunes and Dubai stands ready to be at the forefront of the upturn, according to Sheikh Ahmed Bin Saeed Al Maktoum, President, Dubai Department of Civil Aviation and Chairman of Dubai Airports. In a welcome address to exhibitors, delegates and visitors to the 11th Dubai Airshow in the biennial series, Sheikh Ahmed said: "We are open to ideas: we are ready to work with companies in partnership." Sheikh Ahmed described the Dubai ...  >>MORE

Aerial displays wow show’s spectators

Posted on 16/11/2009

Flight fanatics were treated to a scintillating first day at the Dubai Airshow on Sunday, with a host of state-of-the-art aircraft vying to outdo one another during an eardrum-pounding afternoon display programme. Daredevil stunt team Patrouille de France (which translates as ‘The French Patrol') kicked off proceedings, enchanting crowds at the Airport Expo with a high-speed show that combined Gallic flair with split-second precision. Shooting out ‘Tricolore' plumes of red, white and blue, ...  >>MORE

Mohammed bin Rashid: Dubai Air Show has become one of the three major aerospace exhibitions in the world

Posted on 15/11/2009

Vice President and Prime Minister of UAE and Ruler of Dubai HH Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum stressed that Dubai International Aerospace Exhibition, which has become one of the three major aerospace exhibitions in the world, continue to confirm its position through steady growth of the number of participants, the volume of participation, the number of visitors and the quality of exhibits representing the finest products created by the human intellect in the aviation industry. In a ...  >>MORE

Mohammed bin Zayed: Dubai Air Show 2009 strengthened world's confidence in the people of UAE

Posted on 15/11/2009

HH General Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, said that the successes achieved by the Dubai Air Show, year after year, has entrenched the world's confidence in the ability and efficiency of UAE nationals in the organisation of such unique global events. In a statement given to the Nation Shield (Dira-al-Watan) magazine published by the UAE Armed Forces on the occasion of the Dubai Airshow and Dubai ...  >>MORE

Chief of Staff of the UAE Armed Forces highlights the exhibition industry achievements

Posted on 15/11/2009

Staff Lieutenant General Hamad Mohammed Thani Al-Rumaithy, Chief of Staff of the UAE Armed Forces, told Nation Shield Journal in statement on the Occasion of Dubai International Air Show 200, that a series of the UAE achievements in the field of the exhibition industry have surpassed the regional borders to the international horizon. He underlined that the Dubai Airshow expresses the confidence and trust in the UAE as a host country under our wise leadership. "The Dubai Airshow presents ...  >>MORE

Dubai Air Show rare opportunity to acquaint with the latest: UAE Air Force '&' Air Defence Commander

Posted on 15/11/2009

The Air Force and Air Defence officers and soldiers play important roles in the preparation for Dubai Air Show through their Leadership, administration and organising expertise, said Staff Major General Pilot Mohamed bin Swaidan Al Qamzi, UAE Air Force '&' Air Defence Commander. Speaking in an interview with Nation Shield Journal on the occasion of Dubai Air Show 2009, Major General Al Qamzi underlined that "Dubai Air Show represents a rare opportunity for our military cadre to see the most ...  >>MORE

Dubai Air Show attracts top aerospace names

Posted on 15/11/2009

Under the patronage of Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai H. H. Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the 11th Dubai Air Show will get underway tomorrow in the presence of military delegates from across the world and amidst regional and international interest. Running from 15 to 19 November 2009 at Airport Expo, the Dubai Air show is the foremost aerospace event in the Middle East and the fastest growing air show in the world. The biennial event is promising more ...  >>MORE

Dubai, Abu Dhabi eye the zenith with aerospace plans

Posted on 15/11/2009

The UAE is soon to become part of the global aviation supply chain with the governments of Dubai and Abu Dhabi showing strong interest in aircraft manufacturing processes on a commercial scale. Both governments have been steaming ahead with joint ventures or part-acquisition of global aviation assets in order to gain access to aviation technologies while keeping options open for technology transfers that will eventually boost the UAE's prospects for a more significant role in the global ...  >>MORE

Dubai Air Show 2009 one of the top specialised civil, military shows in the World: Ahmed bin Saeed

Posted on 14/11/2009

HH Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, President of Dubai Aviation Authority, and Chief Executive Officer of Emirates Airlines and Chairman of Emirates Group, said the Dubai Air Show (DAS) has become a top platform in civil and military industry worldwide. Speaking in an interview with "Nation Shield" Journal, ahead of the event, which will commence Sunday, Sheikh Ahmed highlighted Dubai Air Show 2009, which he said "comes to complement successes in this respect. He spoke about the Show's ...  >>MORE

Dubai Airshow to feature RAF’s Typhoon Aircraft

Posted on 02/11/2009

Dubai Airshow that runs from November 15-19, will witness the first-ever appearance of the Eurofighter Typhoon aircraft. The airshow, being held at the city's Airport Expo, is the foremost aerospace event in the Middle East and the fastest growing in the world. The Typhoon, an agile, multi-role aircraft, specially optimised for high-altitude, supersonic air combat, while retaining considerable ground-attack capabilities, will be flown by the UK's Royal Air Force. The aircraft is built by a ...  >>MORE

Newest US stealth fighter will debut at Dubai Airshow 2009

Posted on 07/10/2009

The latest US stealth technology fighter plane, the F-22 Raptor, will make its Middle East debut at the Dubai International Airshow 2009 next month. The plane is produced by Lockheed Martin of the United States. It is the only fighter with the capacity to simultaneously engage in air-to-air and air-to-ground combat missions, the manufacturer has said. This year's airshow expects ten per cent growth over the last show in 2007. Up to 130 aircraft are expected in the static display park ...  >>MORE

Dubai Airshow likely to grow 10%

Posted on 08/09/2009

The Dubai Airshow, the largest civil and military aircraft showcase in the Middle East, this year expects to see growth of 10 per cent, despite the global aviation industry facing its largest losses in history. The show will see the addition of 7,000 square metres of space, provided by the new Emirates Hall. The semi-permanent structure, currently under construction, is being brought online to cope with expanding demand. The total exhibition space this year, including the static, will be ...  >>MORE

Dubai Airshow 2009 attracts top aerospace names

Posted on 13/07/2009

The Dubai Airshow has attracted top names in the aerospace industry to the new Emirates Hall, its fourth exhibition area, created due to unprecedented demand. Airbus, with the EADS group, will join hall sponsor Emirates, the Dubai-based international airline, along with Lufthansa Technik, TAP Maintenance '&' Engineering, Air France Industries KLM E'&'M, Abu Dhabi Airports Company (ADAC), Dubai Airports and Dubai World Central - Aviation City, among others. Running from 15 to 19 November 2009 ...  >>MORE

900 exhibitors at Dubai Air Show: Ahmed Bin Saeed

Posted on 18/06/2009

Paris - Passenger traffic growth at Dubai International Airport are excellent despite the crisis which hit many airports around the world, according to Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, Chairman of Dubai Airports and President of Emirates Group. "The first quarter saw Dubai Airports recording a 2.1% passenger traffic growth, followed by a 6.5% increase in April and 7.1% in May," said Sheikh Ahmed at a reception on the second day of the week-long Paris Air Show at Le Bourget. He forecasted ...  >>MORE

Dubai Airshow 2009 increases exhibition space

Posted on 10/06/2009

The Dubai Airshow 2009 is set to break all existing exhibition space records with the addition of a fourth exhibition hall, sponsored and hosted by the Dubai-based international airline, Emirates. Running from November 15 to 19, 2009 at the Dubai Airport Expo, the biennial airshow is a leading aerospace event in the Middle East and the fastest growing in the world. The new ‘Emirates Hall' will be home to the Emirates Airline stand, along with other key exhibitors. It will cover 7,025 ...  >>MORE

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Dubai Airshow will move to newly-built venue at DWC


Tawazun Precision Industries enters into the Dassault Aviation supply base


Dubai Air Show seals deals worth US$ 14bn


Emirates aircraft make impressive departure during 2009 Dubai Airshow


UAE, South Korea discuss military cooperation


UAE purchases 25 Swiss training aircraft


Dubai Airshow conquered global significance, Maj. Gen. Mohammed Suwaidan


UK Royal Air Force Typhoon makes first visit to Dubai Air Show


Mohammed bin Rashid inaugurates Dubai Air show 2009


Airshow orders worth billions


Defence ministers praise Dubai Airshow standards


UK committed to further develop ties with UAE, Richard Paniguian


Dubai open to ideas, ready for partnerships, says Ahmed bin Saeed


Aerial displays wow show’s spectators


Mohammed bin Rashid: Dubai Air Show has become one of the three major aerospace exhibitions in the world


Mohammed bin Zayed: Dubai Air Show 2009 strengthened world's confidence in the people of UAE


Chief of Staff of the UAE Armed Forces highlights the exhibition industry achievements


Dubai Air Show rare opportunity to acquaint with the latest: UAE Air Force '&' Air Defence Commander


Dubai Air Show attracts top aerospace names


Dubai, Abu Dhabi eye the zenith with aerospace plans


Dubai Air Show 2009 one of the top specialised civil, military shows in the World: Ahmed bin Saeed


Dubai Airshow to feature RAF’s Typhoon Aircraft


Newest US stealth fighter will debut at Dubai Airshow 2009


Dubai Airshow likely to grow 10%


Dubai Airshow 2009 attracts top aerospace names


900 exhibitors at Dubai Air Show: Ahmed Bin Saeed


Dubai Airshow 2009 increases exhibition space