Subscribe Free
in Air Transport

Dubai Airshow flying display announced

Posted 11 November 2019 · Add Comment

Military jets, civil aircraft and helicopters will be among the aircraft soaring above the DWC, Dubai Airshow site next week during the Dubai Airshow from 17 – 21 November.


A key part of the biennial event, the flying display is an impressive way for manufacturers to demonstrate their aircraft abilities to the global aerospace industry as whole, in addition to providing an impressive spectacle for the 87000 trade attendees expected at the event.

Aerobatic displays will include the French Air Force Patrouille de France, returning to the Dubai Airshow for the first time since 2011 and the UAE’s Al Fursan team. In addition, the world’s only aerobatic airline, UK-based display team the Blades, will perform at the event as part of their extended visit to the UAE.

Also flying will be an Airbus A330neo and a Boeing B787-9 as well as several helicopters including a Motor Sich Mi-2MSB-1 and an Mi38 and an ANSAT from Russian Helicopters.

On the defence side, the French Air Force will be demonstrating a Dassault Rafale and the Royal Air Force from the United Kingdom will perform with a Eurofighter Typhoon. The UAE Ministry of Defence displays throughout the week will include a Mirage 2000 and an F16.

Michele van Akelijen, Managing Director of show organiser Tarsus F&E LLC Middle East, says, “The flying display at the Dubai Airshow is always a highlight for trade visitors and exhibitors alike.” She adds, “The inclusion of new aircraft and aerobatic teams mean that this year will be the most impressive yet.”

* required field

Post a comment

Other Stories
Latest News

Qatar Airways resumes more U.S flights

Qatar Airways has continued to work with the U.S. government and airports as the airline rebuilds its U.S. network with the resumption of services to Houston and Philadelphia.

Emirates ramps up passenger services to Pakistan

Emirates will increase its passenger services to/from Pakistan starting 10 August.

Qatar Airways resumes services to Adelaide

Qatar Airways will resume services to Adelaide, Australia starting from 16 August 2020.

Tawazun teams up with Airbus for satellite assembly

Abu Dhabi based Tawazun Economic Council (Tawazun) has formed a collaboration with Airbus and the National Space Science and Technology Center (NSSTC) from the UAE University, to build and develop a Satellite Assembly, Integration

Etihad Airways supports the UAE’s aid mission to Beirut

Etihad Airways in cooperation with the UAE Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, has transported 16 tonnes of aid from the government of the United Arab Emirates to Lebanon.

Egypt issues travel decree

The Egyptian Ministry of Civil Aviation has said that the Prime Minister’s decree on prohibiting travelling to Egypt, unless all travellers have a negative PCR test, is applicable only to non-Egyptians.

See us at
Saudi International Airshow 2021Manama Air Power Symposium 2020Global Aerospace Summit 2020Aviation MENA 2021World Defence Show 2022