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Flying displays at the Dubai Airshow 2023

Flying displays at the Dubai Airshow 2023

Flying displays at the Dubai Airshow 2023

Flying displays at the Dubai Airshow 2023

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The Dubai Airshow 2023, scheduled for November 13–17, is a highly anticipated event set to attract numerous industry experts.

Taking place at the DWC Airshow Site, the five-day extravaganza promises a wealth of experiences for attendees.

Key Highlights of Dubai Airshow 2023:

Exhibitors: Over 1400 world-class exhibitors from 95 countries are expected to showcase their offerings.

Aircraft Display: Witness the display of 180+ cutting-edge commercial, private, and military aircraft.

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Conferences: Engage in informative sessions across nine conference tracks featuring 300+ industry speakers.

Country Pavilions: Explore 20 country pavilions showcasing innovative products and technologies.

Delegations: Expect the presence of 390 senior military and civil delegations.

Start-up Hub: Access the Start-up Hub (VISTA), featuring 80+ innovative startups.

Event Access and Pricing:

The Dubai Airshow primarily caters to industry professionals, and general public entry is restricted. Visitors must provide a business card as proof of eligibility.

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Visitor badges, priced at USD $99.75, including VAT, grant access for all five days of the show and include complimentary access to onsite conferences.

Tickets are non-transferable and non-refundable.

Flying Displays for the General Public:

While the airshow is a trade event, the general public can enjoy the flying displays on all five days.

The displays typically commence at 2:00 p.m.

Entry for the general public is on a first-come, first-served basis and is free of charge.

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Free visitor parking is available on-site.

Highlighted Flying Teams:

Frecce Tricolori: The Italian Air Force’s aerobatic demonstration team

Fursan Al Emarat: United Arab Emirates Air Force aerobatic display team

Sarang: helicopter air display team of the Indian Air Force

People’s Liberation Army Air Force Aerobatic Demonstration Team

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Important Notes:

Flying displays are open to the general public for free.

Access to the show site is on a first-come, first-served basis.

Free visitor parking is available on-site.

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