Saudi Airport Exhibition, a premier airport development event in kingdom, will feature two days of networking with the aviation leaders of Saudi Arabia and discussions on collaborating to to deliver the Kingdom’s aviation strategy over the next decade.
The exhibition will be held in Al Faisaliah hotel, Riyadh on November 7 and 8.
The event is expected to attract 6,000 visitors, 120 exhibitors, 600 delegates, 100 buyers. Regional visitors are expected to attend from the wider Middle East and North Africa market.
The exhibition will focus on three key themes of expansion, innovation and collaboration, giving attendees the tools and connections to accelerate the socio-economic benefits of aviation growth in Saudi Arabia.
The event will feature multiple platforms for attendees to learn from global industry leaders, view the latest technologies from around the world and build new partnerships to enhance their own business.
In addition, the exhibition will provide a platform to host discussions between Saudi aviation leaders and the global supply chain to enhance the Kingdom’s airports industry, as well as promote Saudi government and commercial entities to global attendees, thus contributing to Saudi Arabia’s gross domestic product (GDP).
To cater for tens of millions of new tourist arrivals by the end of the decade, a massive expansion is required in Saudi Arabia’s airport infrastructure and leading global investors, manufacturers and suppliers will be invited to showcase how they can support and be part of these massive developments.
Visitors will have a chance to get valuable project updates first hand from Saudi aviation officials and project managers, hear global experts and leaders share the latest industry insights across multiple conferences and seminars, and meet leading Saudi distributors and businessmen looking to build partnerships with global industry manufacturers and suppliers.
Co-located with the exhibition, Future Airport Development and Investment Summit is a two-day conference that will bring together over 500 attendees – including Saudi transport and aviation leaders and global experts and suppliers, who will discuss how they can collaborate to deliver the Kingdom’s aviation strategy over the next decade.
Speakers will include ANSPs, airlines, airport authorities, cargo handlers, civil aviation authorities, consultants, contractors, government representatives, ground handlers, investors, manufacturers, regulators, security agencies, and systems integrators, amongst others. -TradeArabia News Services