Dubai Airshow 2015 – Events in Dubai, UAE
The Dubai Airshow 2015 is set to be the biggest show ever with 1,100 exhibitors from over 60 countries, media representation from every corner of the globe, over 160 aircraft on display, and new areas such as the 3D Printshow.
The Dubai Airshow has grown from 200 exhibitors and 25 aircraft in 1989 to 1,046 exhibitors and 163 aircraft in 2013 and is considered to be the fastest growing air show in the world.
Dubai Airshow 2015 – Events in Dubai, UAE Details:
Where is the location of the event?
Dubai World Central (DWC)
Dubai Airshow Site
What is the date and duration of the event?
Sunday 8th – Thursday 12th November 2015
What are the opening times?
10:00 – 17:30 (Sunday to Thursday)
Is it open to the public?
No. Trade visitors only, proof will be required by presenting a business card. Members of the public can visit Skyview – a separate area with a grandstand and family entertainment; please go to www.skyview.aero for more details.
Is there a dress code?
Yes, business attire or national dress must be worn.
How to contact them for more information?
Contact No: +971 046033300
Fax: +971 047017226
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