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BIAS trade visitor registration goes live this week

Posted 12 March 2020 · Add Comment

Trade Visitor registration for November's 2020 Bahrain International Airshow will go live this week.

The Bahrain International Airshow will once again welcome the world’s most prestigious aerospace companies to the thriving Middle East region.

Organisations including Airbus, Bell, Northrop Grumman, Rolls Royce and Etihad Engineering have confirmed their attendance and reaffirm the event’s position as a must-attend show in the aerospace calendar.

For 2020, the exhibition hall has been redesigned and will host a range of fantastic feature zones, where visitors can experience the latest innovations spanning the entire industry supply chain.

As with previous years, the chalets will be a prominent part of the show for exhibitors and their guests, providing a prestigious environment set in a prime location on the site. The chalet’s proximity to the expansive static display make them the ideal place to connect, meet and do business with key industry players.

Register your interest in visiting the show here and and be the first to know about trade visitor registration, show features, conference line-ups and breaking BIAS news!




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