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French Innovation and Technology to be showcased at Airport Show Dubai

Posted 8 May 2018 · Add Comment

Business France is organising the French Pavilion at Airport Show Dubai from the 7th to 9th of May 2018 at Dubai World Trade Center.

 

A representation of the diversity of the sector and French excellence, the French Pavilion will be organised into different specialist fields covering design, construction, equipment and systems as well as services on air traffic control and traffic on the ground, airline stopovers and terminals. SMEs with special expertise such as ground support equipment, lighting, ticketing and passenger information systems will be present. The offering will also be represented by large, renowned global groups, such as ADPI, a major player in the French sector with a strong presence in the Middle East, VINCI and THALES.

 

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