Major orders for the next generation Boeing 777X, the 787 Dreamliner and the narrow-bodied 737 have given the American aircraft manufacturer a spectacular start to the 13th Dubai Air Show. Phil Blizzard talks to Randy J Tinseth, vice president, marketing, commercial airplanes, Boeing about the orders and the appeal of the show’s star - the Boeing 777X. He also talks about the innovations passengers can expect with this next generation aircraft which is being developed around the hugely successful Boeing 777.
The newly established Emirates Executive private jet service has been created to take the flying experience beyond first class as Phil Blizzard discovered on-board their Airbus A319, with its 12 private suites offering the ultimate in airborne luxury. Here he also talks to Adnan Kazim, Emirates’ divisional senior vice president planning, Aero-political & industry affairs about the service they offer high-flying executives, celebrities and royalty.
The 13th edition of the Dubai Airshow off to a flying start with orders for new aircraft, and their associated engines, worth US$192.3billion being placed by the major carriers from across the region on the opening day alone. From the debut show at its new venue, Dubai World Central, Phil Blizzard reports on the orders placed by Abu Dhabi-based Etihad Airways, Dubai’s Emirates and flydubai, and Qatar Airways.
Qatar Airways, the national carrier for Qatar, has announced its plans for exhibiting at the upcoming Dubai Airshow 2013. The airline will once again feature a Boeing 787 Dreamliner with custom interior featuring 254 seats; 22 in Business Class in a 1– 2– 1 configuration and a 232 seating capacity in Economy with a 3–3–3 layout.
F&E Aerospace, organisers of the Dubai Airshow are launching a new event alongside this November’s show; giving families and enthusiasts the opportunity to enjoy the show’s world class flying display for the very first time.
Dubai Airports and F&E Aerospace, organisers of The Dubai Airshow held a joint reception today. Paul Griffiths, CEO, Dubai Airports and Sharief Fahmy, CEO, F&E Aerospace welcoming the attendees at the F&E Aerospace Chalet D50 - Paris Airshow.
F&E Aerospace, organisers of The Dubai Airshow new CEO - Sharief Fahmy is pictured entering the F&E Aerospace Chalet, D50, at the Paris Air Show where the Dubai Airshow team will be available for bookings and show enquiries all week. The Dubai Airshow takes place 17 to 21 November 2013 and is moving to a new purpose built home at Dubai World Central (DWC), located in Jebel Ali, Dubai.
The Dubai Airshow is highlighting the role of aviation in providing humanitarian relief with a dedicated pavilion at this year’s show. The Dubai Airshow takes place 17 to 21 November 2013 and is moving to a new purpose built home at Dubai World Central (DWC), located in Jebel Ali, Dubai.
The new Dubai Airshow venue is on schedule for completion with just 90 days until Dubai Aviation Engineering Projects (DAEP) officially hand over the keys for the show site to show organisers, F&E Aerospace. The biennial show takes place 17 to 21 November 2013 at Dubai World Central (DWC), located in Jebel Ali, Dubai.
F&E Aerospace organisers of the Dubai Airshow are currently preparing for what they are forecasting to be the ‘biggest show in their 26 year history,’ with expected crowds of up to 60,000 attendees and over 1,000 exhibitors - which include 80 defence companies signed to date.
The Dubai Airshow has closed its doors following a successful week which saw US$63.3 billion worth of orders for aircraft, maintenance services and flight training programmes.
Emirates considered the Middle East’s Leading Airline Economy Class, Middle East’s Leading Airline Lounge, Middle East’s Leading Airline Rewards Program and Middle East’s Leading Airline Website by the prestigious World Travel Awards marked the last day of the Dubai Airshow in style with an impressive air display utilising one of its Boeing 777-300 ER aircraft.