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Atlas Aerospace to take part in Global Aerospace Summit

Posted 30 April 2018 · Add Comment

Atlas Aerospace, the new aerospace arm of Atlas Group and the MENA region’s aerospace conglomerate, will throw spotlight on the latest in aircraft innovations and technologies during its first time participation at the Global Aerospace Summit.

 

This year’s event's summit sponsor, Atlas Aerospace, has expressed confidence in demonstrating their commitment towards the progressive development of the aerospace sector on both global and regional basis.

Company's Managing Director, Professor Imad Victor Lahoud, is set to announce some of Atlas Aerospace's latest offerings and developments during his participation as a speaker at two of the event's panel discussions. The two sessions, 'Developing Local Capabilities through Defence Programmes,' and 'Middle Eastern Defence MRO,' will give Professor Lahoud an opportunity to share important industry insights on timely issues and challenges within the aerospace industry.

"Atlas Aerospace is excited to be participating at this year's edition of the Global Aerospace Summit, the premier platform to the aerospace industry. Being new to the UAE's and the region's thriving aerospace market, the summit will allow us to maximize our exposure to the highest potential markets and transform a lot of knowledge to the UAE, where we already built a local capability in terms of engineering, design, manufacturing, installation and integration of aircraft. We look forward to meet the most influential global and regional players in the aerospace sector at the summit," said Professor Lahoud.  

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