"The deals concluded on the second day of the airshow are different from one another, because they have been signed with several countries. There is one local contract and 4 international contracts with our partners abroad."
On the third day of the Dubai Airshow 2021, the Ministry of Defence (MoD) announced the conclusion of 6 deals worth Dhs4,257,401,000.00 with local and international companies.
Sheikh Mohamed toured several pavilions where he viewed the latest innovations and technologies in the aviation industry and talked with exhibitors about their advanced products and systems on display.
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Sheikh Ahmed Bin Saeed Al Maktoum, President of Dubai Civil Aviation Authority, Chairman of Dubai Airports and Chairman and Chief Executive of Emirates Airline and Group,
The flying teams include Al Fursan, Russian Knights by the Russian Air Force; Surya Kiran, the aerobatics demonstration team of the Indian Air Force; and the Saudi Falcons, a BAE Hawk-equipped Royal Saudi Air Force aerobatic team.
The Dubai Airshow, now in its 17th edition, is one of the largest and most successful air shows in the world, which connects aerospace professionals across all areas of the industry
Sheikh Mohammed said, “The Dubai International Aviation Exhibition in the UAE is growing up in size and space. For us, success means that we have a race against time. Because the UAE is at a rapid pace, we have to think about the future.”
The five-day event in the UAE is the industry's first large gathering since Covid-19 clipped the sector's wings last year, when border closures left airports deserted and hundreds of aircraft idle.