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Abu Dhabi Heli Expo 2018 set to take place in February

Posted 7 December 2017 · Add Comment

The Abu Dhabi Heli Expo, part of the Abu Dhabi Aviation and Aerospace Week, is gearing up to take place from 26-28 February at Al Bateen Executive Airport.

The exhibition, running in parallel with Abu Dhabi Air Expo 2018, features a dedicated exhibition area, which allows helicopter exhibitors to stand out from the rest; it also features a full range of helicopters on static display as well as associated conferences.

Organisers 4M Events said:  “The helicopter market within the Middle East is an ever growing market due to expansion in the industry. Abu Dhabi is leading in this market, with major offshore oil transportation being provided by operators such as Falcon Aviation Services and Abu Dhabi Aviation.”

Other helicopter activity within the region includes VIP charters, corporate charters, offshore support, sighting seeing tourism, aerial photography, heavylift services, search and rescue and police and ambulance surveillance and rescue, all of which will feature at the Abu Dhabi Heli Expo.

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