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"Open" il Dubai Airshow 2019

Verantwortlicher Autor: Giorgio Esposito EN, 06.12.2019, 13:33 Uhr
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Airlines Dubai Airshow 2019
Airlines Dubai Airshow 2019  Bild: Giorgio Esposito

EN [ENA] "Open" the Dubai Airshow 2019. The Show - not open to the public - takes place from 17 to 21 November, exhibiting about 200 commercial and military aircraft. The 2019 event, which has now become the most important of the three main airshows on the planet, welcomes more than 160 official delegations.

One hundred new companies made their debut in the Dubai Airshow in 2019, with new arrivals in the defense, ATC, maintenance and supply sectors, all shown for the first time at the fair. The pavilions dedicated to the functions of Space, Cargo and Global Air Traffic Management (GATM) have also attracted new companies in the region eager to be part of the growing aerospace market. The number of exhibitors present increased by almost ten percent this year, with 1288 companies setting up their stands and the business was brisk during the first four days of proceedings. But the event in the Emirates is proving to be an exceptional year also for the purchases and maintenance agreements of the armed forces UAE.

For the first time in 2019, a growing focus on space exploration at the regional level has been recognized with its conference program, which opened with Women in Space, hosted by the United Arab Emirates Space Agency and presented speakers of the United Nations and Boeing, among others. Intended to examine the key role that scientists, researchers, engineers and astronauts will play in the future of the global space industry, the conference proved to be a great attraction and the former astronaut, Claudie Haigneré, of the European Space Agency, claimed to have found the level of involvement very encouraging. "I felt that something is really happening here and I was really impressed because this shows a real possibility of change.

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