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Alsalam to showcase its capabilities at Dubai Airshow 2019

Posted 11 November 2019 · Add Comment

Alsalam Aerospace Industries will once again exhibited at the 2019 Dubai International Airshow.

 

The company's participation in the Dubai International Airshow is aimed at highlighting the progress and development of the aviation industry in the Kingdom’s aviation sector.

The company highlighted the most important achievements in the field of aviation industry and the most important work carried out in the field of manufacturing, training and maintenance.

Abdulaziz Al-Fozan, interim president & CEO, said: "Our participation in this specialized exhibition in the field of aviation will reflect the progress and development achieved by the Kingdom in the field of aviation industry in accordance with Vision 2030, especially with regard to military industries. He reviewed the latest developments in the course of its work and the integrated services it provides in the field of maintenance and development of military, commercial and private aircraft

Abdulaziz Al-Oraifi, vice president of business development, said: “The Company has reached an advanced stage in manufacturing, which confirms that the Kingdom is moving steadily towards achieving the goals of Vision 2030 in the field of military industry.”

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