Ahmed bin Saeed: The Airport Show remains the best for bringing in the most advanced technologies
The Dubai Aviation Engineering Projects Corporation, which is responsible for master planning, design, infrastructure development, and construction related to the dynamic and thriving aviation sector in Dubai, has confirmed its support for the Airport Show, its twentieth session, which starts on May 24th and is considered the largest business fair in the world at the level of Airport industry.
His Highness Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, Chairman of the Dubai Civil Aviation Authority, Chairman of the Dubai Airports Corporation, Supreme President and CEO of Emirates Airlines and the Group, said that the aviation sector in Dubai is a vital global center and a major engine for economic growth in the UAE and the world at large, and his return will be The gradual and rapid recovery of the previous boom phase would gradually affect the full recovery of the global aviation industry.
And His Highness added: "We are currently devoting our expertise, infrastructure and technologies to facilitate this in conjunction with the holding of the airport exhibition, in which we put the last year of the history of the aviation industry behind us as we gradually emerge from the impact of the coronavirus pandemic."
He pointed out that the twentieth session of the airport exhibition, which has been rescheduled, to take place from 24 to 26 May of this year at the Dubai World Trade Center, heralds a bright future after the year 2020, during which the aviation sector witnessed exceptional circumstances.
He said that the airport exhibition will remain the best place to select and bring in the most advanced technologies and the latest innovative products in order to improve airport operations and restore lost business, and it will constitute a good opportunity for all players in the airport industry in the Middle East and the Arabian Gulf region. Al-Zafin, CEO of the Dubai Aviation City Corporation, which is concerned with establishing the emirate's position as a logistics and aviation hub, that the airport exhibition constitutes a dynamic space that signals the return of communication and integration to the world and reaffirms the importance of alliances with partners in the quest to build modern concepts and ideas.
Al-Zafin - who is also CEO of the Dubai Aviation Engineering Projects and Dubai South - pointed out that the Dubai Aviation Engineering Projects Foundation continues to ensure continuous cooperation with its local and international partners and is working on making solid progress with regard to the readiness of the aviation sector in Dubai for a full recovery and said: "Our wise leadership has managed to preserve the strong economic position of the emirate of Dubai and to provide an optimistic outlook for the future of aviation in the UAE."
He noted that the aviation sector in Dubai last year adopted its 2030 strategic plans aimed at upgrading Dubai International Airport to a new level and includes a wide range of projects aimed at ensuring the highest possible flexibility for airport operations and most importantly providing technologies that can be applied at all contact points. Sensitive inside the airport.
For her part, Eng. Suzan Al Anani, Executive Director of Dubai Aviation Engineering Projects, said that the Foundation’s participation in the 2021 session of the Airport Show will constitute one of the most important platforms for effective communication to promote innovation and partnership in the post-pandemic world, and this long-awaited trade fair will provide us with opportunities to accelerate the pace. Restoring the activity and momentum to this sector. "
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