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Space a focus at the next Saudi International Airshow

Posted 16 July 2020 · Add Comment

The 2021 Saudi International Airshow will provide international Space Agencies a dedicated area and a specific conference programme during the event in Riyadh.

 

Space will be a focus at the 2021 Saudi International Airshow. Image: SaudiAirshow

Held under the Patronage of HRH Prince Sultan Bin Salman Al Saud, Chairman of Saudi Space Commission the second event will take place from 16-18 February.

 

Space conference and panel discussions will focus on:

·         Satellites, Systems and Related Services

·         Space Operations & Launch Services

·         International Space Cooperation in the new decade

·         Satellite in-flight Connectivity Services

·         Small Satellite Opportunities

 

The 2021 event is expected to receive 500 international exhibitors.

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