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Saudi International Airshow to take place in 2021

Posted 27 May 2020 · Add Comment

The Saudi International Airshow is set to go ahead on February 16-18, 2021, despite Covid-19 and several months of slow business.

Organisers have said aviation companies have ‘confirmed their commitment’ to the event and the show will double in size with more than 100,000 sqm surface exhibition space, two new exhibition halls in addition to the existing hall and a static display.

 

The 2021 edition will double in size, with more than 100,000 sqm surface exhibition space, two new exhibition halls in addition to the existing hall and a static display.

 

The Saudi International Airshow will be the first air show of 2021.

 

For its second edition, Saudi International Airshow will introduce two new areas: Space & Satellite, and Aviation & Aerospace Cyber Security.

 

International Pavilions, representing countries such as USA, France, UK, Russia, China, Czech Republic will have dedicated zones at the show.

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