The wait for this unforgettable experience is over and opens today till the 18th of November.
Merage of aircraft displays, majestic fighter jets soaring in the air, and painting the skies with a beautiful trio of colours, are what we are reminded of when we are talking about airshows. Dreamy, fascinating, and equally awe-inspiring!! Held under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE, the Ruler of Dubai, and the UAE Minister of Defence, the most awaited Dubai airshow 2021 is finally all set to open from November 14th to 18th at the purpose-built venue e.g. Dubai world central airport.
Dubai Airshow 2021 All Set To Welcome More Than 85,000 Visitors In The World’s Largest Aerospace Event:
Wohooo!! Billed as “the most significant in-person aviation event to take place this year,” it is expected to attract whooping 80,000, to witness the most extraordinary experience Dubai airshow 2021. Post-pandemic, it is sure to the largest event is expected to world-class products, solutions, technologies, and services from market leaders and disruptors, enhanced networking opportunities, and state-of-art aircraft display along with major industry announcements.
Timothy Hawes, managing director at tarsus Middle East, organisers of Dubai Airshow 2021 said: “The Dubai Airshow 2021 will be like no other it is the first opportunity since the pandemic for industry professionals to come together again to share significant updates, game-changing initiatives, cutting-edge technologies, and sustainable solutions set to revolutionise aviation.”
Dubai Airshow 2021 Is Set To Welcome Over 370 New Exhibitors:
On the exhibitor’s side, the numbers have exceeded the 2019 count and around 370 new exhibitors representing from almost 150 countries and displaying almost 160 airports. The 2021 edition will showcase several new and flagship commercial, military, and private aircraft models. New exhibitors will be joining from a wide range of countries, including Belgium, Ukraine, the United Kingdom (UK), the United States of America (USA), Greece, Israel, Switzerland, Brazil, Czech Republic, Canada, and the Russian Federation.
Vista And Tech Zone Are All About Providing A Platform For New Startups:
Hosted alongside one of the world’s biggest airshows, Dubai Airshow, VISTA is a unique opportunity for aerospace startups to not only meet with key decision-makers and globally ranked investors to launch, but also to grow and scale their startups. Get an opportunity to take part in our pitch competitions, gain access to investor meetings, mentorship clinics, thought-provoking panel discussions, and more.
Vista will include startups from 12 different sectors, including Artificial Intelligence (AI), Future Mobility, Software, Space, Aerospace, Material Science, Cyber Security, Defence, Tourism, Robotics, Drones, and Sustainability.
Aircraft On Display:
As yet, it hasn’t been confirmed which aircraft will be at this year’s show, but we will almost certainly see an Emirates Airbus A380. Last year one of these aircraft was joined by everything from a Jambojet Dash-8 and an Egyptair A220, all the way to a couple of Boeing 787s in special liveries and a Fiji Airways Airbus A350.
Daily Flying Displays Are Open To All The Aviation Enthusiasts:
Here is great news for the general public! The airshow flying displays and the static park are open to the general public which will be the highlight of the show. The grand show will feature 175 state-of-the-art aircraft on the ground and in the air. All set to display UAE air force Fursan, the Russian Knights, the Saudi Hawks, Surya Kiran from India, and the Sarang team of the Indian air force.
The only fighter jet that is going to make its debut is the Sukhoi fighter jet. The Boing 77X and the Leonardo AW609will also make their first appearance at the Dubai Airshow 2021.
Tickets: Free entry into the SkyView from 1 pm to 5.30 pm.
Expo 2020 link: Shuttle buses will transport visitors between Dubai Airshow and Expo 2020, so they can experience both global events.
Just Remember, Visitors Must Register Online In Line With COVID-19 Regulations:
Online Registration: Keeping in line with the latest COVID-19 regulations, all Dubai Airshow visitors MUST register online and print their badge prior to arriving at the venue as no onsite registration or badge printing will be available.
Dress Code: There is a strict dress code policy; business attire or national dress.
Age Limit: No under 16’s will be allowed entry.