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

posted on 09/11/2007: 1592 views


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 first-time representation from five countries - the Cayman Islands, the Philippines, Ethiopia, Afghanistan and Luxembourg.

"And with 11 national pavilions, 91 chalets and 15 outdoor pavilions - up from five in 2005 - it truly is a house-full scenario,” explained Weller.

National pavilions at the show will represent Austria, Canada, France, Germany, India, Jordan, the Netherlands, Sweden, the Ukraine, UK and USA. (Gulf News)

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