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Bahrain 2012: Batelco set to be main sponsor of BIAS 2014

Posted 21 January 2012 · Add Comment

Telecommunication company Batelco has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to be the headline sponsor of the next Bahrain Airshow.

Batelco MoU signingCaptain Abdulrahman Moh’d Al Gaoud (pictured centre), the undersecretary of civil aviation affairs for the kingdom, said that this was a sure sign that this year’s show had been a success.

“The companies exhibiting tell me that it has been a good show for them and there has been some great news coming out of it,” Al Gaoud said.

“It’s been even better than the 2012 BIAS and this agreement with Batelco gives us even more confidence for the future.”

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