March 24, 2023

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Ras Al Khaimah Airport .. Expected Deals at Dubai Airshow

Ras Al Khaimah Airport .. Expected Deals at Dubai Airshow

Head of the Department of Civil Aviation in Ras Al Khaimah, Eng. Sheikh Salem bin Sultan bin Zakr Al Qasimi expects the Dubai Air Show for the aviation sector in Ras Al Khaimah to be the venue for the signing. Meeting contracts and experts with airlines.

He pointed to the anticipation of several events during the exhibition, including the signing of an agreement with Serco to manage the control tower at Ras Al Khaimah Airport and an agreement with Aegis to develop a plan to expand Ras Al Khaimah Airport. Contract and a meeting to operate a Gulf flight to Ras Al Khaimah Airport With the Ministry of Civil Aviation of IndiaAl Bayan also discusses the role of the civil aviation sector in Ras Al Khaimah in Airshow, India.

Expected events in Ras Al Khaimah include meeting with the Chairman of Indian SpiceJet Airlines, discussing the development of operations at Ras Al Khaimah Airport and reviewing plans for next year. Discusses ways to implement operations with Ras Al Khaimah Airport.

Al Qasimi described the Aeronautical Exhibition as a leading international exhibition, a platform to showcase the industry’s latest aircraft and state – of – the – art, and a hub for aircraft manufacturers and the latest airport equipment. Numerous companies are participating in this. Exhibition, and the exhibition is visited by numerous visitors and companies from all over the world.

The exhibition testifies to the signing of agreements and contracts that will have a significant impact on the development of this sector, despite the circumstances that the world is going through, but Dubai has demonstrated its ability to tackle the global crisis by organizing the Expo and this exhibition. The geographical location of the exhibition is a link between exchanging experiences between the East and the West and signing contracts and agreements.

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