The world’s largest annual airport exhibition in Dubai is going to be power-packed when it returns for its 19th year run in April 2019 with a record 375 exhibitors expected from 60 countries.
To be held under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, President of Dubai Civil Aviation Authority, Chairman of Dubai Airports and Chairman and Chief Executive of Emirates Airlines and Group, the Airport Show, organised by Reed Exhibitions Middle East, will take place at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre (DICEC) from 29 April – 1 May.
About 7,500 attendees are expected to attend the B2B show, with 75 per cent exhibitors returning after a highly-successful 2018 participation. The show will take place over an exhibition space of over 15,000 square meters across three Za’abeel halls of the iconic DICEC, with visitors and hosted buyers from across the world getting the latest insights from leading international exhibitors and industry experts.
Accelerating Business and Innovation For Future AirportsReach the right customers – Put your latest innovations in front of over 7,500 expected visitors from key people in Airports, Security, Government, Ground Handling, Airlines, Civil Aviation Authorities, and more.
The ATC Forum brings together over 1,000 professionals from across the global air traffic management industry to discuss the most important issues it currently faces. As technological advances offer new opportunities for more effective means of airspace management, the air traffic control sector is undergoing a significant amount of change within a short space of time.
ATC Forum gives solution and service providers the chance to connect with top-level decision-makers from ANSPs, airports, civil and military aviation authorities and government institutions, helping them find the optimal solution to their ongoing challenges.
Airport Security Event
Following the success of its opening year at last year’s event, Airport Security Middle East returns for its second edition alongside Airport Show 2019.
During a time when ME airports and airlines are among some of the fastest growing in the world, the need to anticipate and counter all manner of current and emerging threats is greater than ever. Already a top priority for governments worldwide, airport security faces a difficult task of maintaining its effectiveness without causing undue disruption to airport operations, future growth opportunities or the passengers’ overall experience.
This event allows vendors from all security segments of the aviation market to present their most innovative solutions for solving this pertinent challenge of how best to secure airports from various threats effectively without impacting their operations.