The Airport Passenger Experience (APE), an airport terminal-format zone offering a ‘touch and feel’ of the airport of the future, is the centre of attraction at the 13th Airport Show running at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre until May 8.
Visitors were awe-struck by the amazing futuristic technologies and products showcased at the APE by 23 participating companies engaged in bringing to our fast-paced and mobile life innovative technologies, solutions and products that will ease the journey of millions of people travelling through the airports across the world in the coming years.
The 13th edition of Airport Show gets underway in Dubai on Monday for a three-day run (6-8 May) with over 220 companies from over 35 countries showcasing a wide portfolio of trendy technologies and innovative solutions for the Middle East’s forward-looking airports amidst strong signs of resurgence in global aviation industry and massive regional aviation infrastructure investments. Read more
GALF to debut with the 13th edition of Airport Show
Reed Exhibitions today announced the launch of the Global Airport Leaders’ Forum (GALF) in Dubai, which aims to become one of the world’s leading platforms for airport leaders to address the global challenges that the industry faces and encourage cross-border partnerships and cooperation. Read more
Dragonfly will help in transporting people within busy airports
Dragonfly able to run up to 4000 kms; running capacity doubles in hot climate
Airports in the Middle East region could potentially benefit from Dragonfly, a green high-tech urban vehicle for runways and tarmacs, when its commercial production starts. Read more
H.H.Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed opened Airport Show-2012 in Dubai
210 companies from 32 countries attend Airport Show-2012
- Middle East airports expansion draws 210 companies from 32 countries
- Visitors get insights into the future aviation technology and innovations
- 25 seminars to update knowledge of aviation industry professionals
- Deals to be initiated by airports officials from 13 countries Read more
Research study on GCC airports released for Airport Show-2012
Dubai, Doha & Abu Dhabi airports combined annual capacity to reach 190m paxs in 2015; EK, Qatar, and Etihad airlines to have 200 million passengers capacity in 2020
Aircraft movements in Dubai to increase to 560,000 by 2020
A special research study on the GCC airports performance and future growth trends and projections has been released for the Airport Show-2012 which takes place in Dubai from May 22 to 24, at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre.
Titled ‘Aviation in the GCC States – Flying High Amidst Global Turbulence’, the 44 page publication has been prepared for the Airport Show-2012 by its PR agency, Nadd Al Shiba PR and Event Management. Read more
Hosted Buyers Programme to benefit both the exhibitors and buyers
49 senior airports officials from 13 countries to attend the B2B event
Airport Show 2012, taking place in Dubai from May 22, is all set to continue its strong standing as a hugely effective B2B event for the airport build and supply with millions of dollar worth of deals are expected to be discussed during the three-day exhibition, thereby reflecting the unmatched business growth opportunities the MENA region offers to the global aviation industry still reeling under economic crisis. Read more
Middle East airports’ security spending to be AED212 million by 2015
The latest technology and innovative solutions for airport security will be under the spotlight at the Airport Show 2012. Regional airports are increasingly focused on enhanced security, more efficient operations and enhanced constituent service to meet the ever-increasing volume of passengers and cargo. Read more
Special discounted rates for exhibitors and visitors on Marhaba Service
dnata team will meet with potential suppliers during the show
dnata has extended its support for the 2012 edition of the dedicated event for the airport construction, operations, technology and services industries to be held in Dubai from May 22 to 24.
This is the first time that dnata has been involved with the show and, as part of the agreement, will be offering special discounted rates on Marhaba service to the exhibitors and visitors. Marhaba is the meet and greet service for passengers travelling through Dubai International Airport. Operated by dnata, Marhaba services is available in Terminals 1, 2 and 3 at Dubai International and has been providing services to millions of passengers since 1991. Read more
Emirates will be providing 10 per cent discount on fares for exhibitors and visitors of Airport Show
Reed Exhibitions Middle East, organisers of Airport Show, has announced that the Emirates airline will be the official carrier for the 2012 edition of the dedicated event for the airport construction, operations, technology and services to be held in Dubai from May 22 to 24.
The world’s fastest growing international airline will be providing 10 per cent discount on fares for the exhibitors and visitors of the Airport Show. Read more