The Emirates Defence Industries Company (Edic) is showcasing a wide range of air platform businesses at the ongoing Dubai AirShow 2015, following its national debut at the International Defence Exhibition and Conference this year.
The Emirates Defence Industries Company (Edic) will showcase a wide range of air platform businesses at the upcoming Dubai AirShow 2015, following its national debut at the International Defence Exhibition and Conference this year.
Bombardier has signed a letter of intent (LOI) to sell five CSeries jetliners to Iraqi Airways, the Canadian plane and train maker said on Tuesday.
The LOI includes options on 11 CS300 aircraft.
Based on CS300 airli
Gulf airlines splashed out nearly $200 billion on new planes on day one of the Dubai Airshow, underscoring a shift in power in the aviation industry and giving a boost to the formal launch of Boeing's newest jet, as well as to Airbus's A
Italy’s air industries giant Finmeccanica will be showcasing the latest aircraft models at the Dubai Airshow which kicks off tomorrow (November 17).
Many of its companies including Agusta Westland and Alenia Aermacchi, which
Ras Al Khaimah Free Trade Zone (RAK FTZ), one of the fastest-growing and most cost-effective free trade zones in the UAE, will exhibit its world-class facilities and amenities at the 2013 Dubai Air Show.
The biannual event, which
Boeing looks set to dominate next week's Dubai Airshow with more than $100 billion of deals as it aims to launch its latest long-haul jet with up to 250 potential orders from as many as five airlines, industry sources said.
Empire Aviation Group (EAG), the Dubai and India-based one stop shop for private aviation with the largest managed fleet of business jets in the region, will showcase its aircraft sales and management services at the Dubai Air Show.
Abu Dhabi's Etihad Airways is in talks to buy jets from Airbus even as it puts finishing touches to a reported deal with rival Boeing, people familiar with the matter said.
At least one of the deals could be announced at next
A row has flared up between leading planemakers Airbus and Boeing over the width of tourist-class seats on long-distance flights, setting the tone for a bitter confrontation at this month's Dubai Airshow.
The dispute focuses o