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FINN Sessions returns to BIAS for the 2020 show

Posted 12 March 2020 · Add Comment

The FINN Sessions will return to the Bahrain International Airshow (BIAS FINN Sessions) to provide an instrumental platform for debate, discussion and insight.



The Sessions, which include a mix of briefings and seminars in dedicated theatres, provide opportunity for exhibitors and visitors to engage in topical industry discussion.

Key themes set to be featured at November’s show include sustainable aviation, urban air mobility and gender diversity across aviation and aerospace.

The Bahrain International Airshow is always looking at ways to advance its offering to visitors and the BIAS FINN Sessions are one of the ways that keep the Airshow at the forefront of leading conversation across the global aerospace community.

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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