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Airports World Company to showcase at MEBAA 2018

Posted 4 December 2018 · Add Comment

Airports World Company (AWC) will be attending the Middle East and North Africa Business Aviation Association (MEBAA) show as an exhibitor in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, this December.

 

The global aviation services company based in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, AWC said it is taking opportunity to interact with the regional community and showcase its ‘turnkey solutions on an expansive platform.’

The company said: "AWC was founded as the answer to a growing need for professional aviation services centered around the customer. With over 80 combined years of experience, our staff is devoted to making air travel seamless, simple and transparent for all."

Adding to its existing location in Egypt, AWC’s expansion into the UAE, with an office in Dubai , furthers the company’s ability to offer customised and cost-effective solutions for customers across the MENA region.

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