Mena Aerospace signs up for Bahrain Airshow
Manama, August 3, 2010
Bahrain-based Mena Aerospace Enterprises, a key player in the installation, maintenance and repair of avionic and electronic systems on board aircraft, has signed up for the Bahrain International Air Show 2012.
Mena Aerospace signed an agreement on Tuesday for a chalet at Bahrain International Air Show, which will run from January 19 to 21, 2012. The deal comes following the company's announcement at the Farnborough International Air Show.
The agreement was signed by Mena Aerospace board member Tawfiq Al Zamil in the presence of Sheikh Abdulla bin Hamad Al Khalifa, chairman of the air show supreme organizing committee.
Ralph Eisenschmid, Mena Aerospace Enterprises group chief operating officer said: “After the success of the last Bahrain International Air Show in 2010, we were eager to be amongst the first to sign up for a chalet in 2012.'
'This air show provides a unique platform for business and a rare opportunity to network with serious industry players, and represents one of the most productive business events, he noted.
Hosted at the Sakhir Air Base in a purpose-built aviation arena, the second Bahrain International Airshow is being organized with the continuing partnership of Civil Aviation Affairs, Bahrain and Farnborough International.
“We are delighted to have Mena Aerospace as one of our launch participants for BIAS 2012. Their participation will open up new doors for their business and will give Mena a wider exposure” said Captain Abdulrahman Mohammed Al Gaoud, deputy chairman of the Supreme Organizing Committee of BIAS 2012 and undersecretary of Civil Aviation Affairs, Bahrain.-TradeArabia News Service
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