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Saudi Airshow Begins Tomorrow

The first Saudi International Airshow is set to take place at Al-Thumamah Airport in Riyadh under the patronage of Prince Faisal Bin Bandar, the emir of the Riyadh Region, with the presence of Prince Sultan bin Salman, chairman of the Saudi Space Authority and Founder and Chairman of the Saudi Aviation Club.

Around 750 exhibitors and establishments from all over the world are set to attend the event, apart from 1500 representatives of international companies and establishments.

Airbus will showcase a wide variety of innovative technologies, products and services, from market-leading commercial and military aircraft to helicopters and satellite systems, at the Saudi International Airshow.

Saudi Arabian Airlines (Saudia) will showcase two of its new aircraft at the Saudi International Air Show

The event will host a mix of business, general and commercial aviation and aerospace exhibitors in a 100,000 square-metre static area which will accommodate over 100 aircraft of various sizes.

The show will also offer chalets next to the runway to allow manufacturers to present their entire range of aircraft and to facilitate demonstration flights.

Additionally, three exhibition halls will host more than 700 booths and pavilions, similar to other airshows organised by Adone Events, including the Abu Dhabi Air Expo, African Airshow and France Air Expo.