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It’s official…MEBAA 2020 is set to go ahead!

Posted 8 July 2020 · Add Comment

With the recent COVID-19 outbreak it’s been particularly challenging for the aviation sector in many ways, including major aviation events being cancelled. So, it’s great news to hear that The MEBAA 2020 Show is set to go ahead in December.

 

Mark it in your diary…MEBAA 2020 set to go ahead 8 – 10 December.  Image: Tarsus: Ali Alnaqbi, founding and executive chairman of MEBAA 

The Middle East & North Africa Business Aviation Association (MEBAA) organisers Tarsus said: “We’re here to support you and do our bit to propel the business aviation sector towards growth and offset the commercial impact from the situation.

 

“The MEBAA Show is planned to take place as scheduled from the 8 – 10 December in Dubai and will serve as an instrumental platform for you to meet with new and existing customers and help accelerate your key business priorities.”

 

Ali Alnaqbi, founding and executive chairman of MEBAA said: “It gives me great pleasure to invite you to be a part of the MEBAA Show 2020. As the largest business aviation show in the Middle East, the MEBAA Show has developed a well earned reputation as the key platform for business in the region, attracting exhibitors and visitors from around the world to be part of this growing market,” said

 

He added: “The industry continues to offer opportunities across the buying chain while advancing technologies create new ones; driving growth from sectors that barely existed when the show first launched. Every two years when the MEBAA Show returns to the UAE I am thrilled by the new and exciting innovations and I eagerly anticipate the 2020 event.

 

“As the foremost platform for the business aviation industry in the region, the MEBAA Show is the ideal place to meet, network and exchange ideas with your customers, suppliers and peers. I always enjoy the opportunity to interact with our MEBAA members and find it the best way to ensure we are working towards goals that reflect their business needs, and share ways to maximize the opportunities too.

 

“As the flagship event from the association, the MEBAA Show 2020 will yet again attract the brightest and best of business aviation and continue to drive the industry forward. I look forward to welcoming you all to DWC, Airshow Site from 08-10 December 2020.

 

“MEBAA events across the Middle East and North Africa continue to grow, with our conferences attracting high level speakers and industry attendance burgeoning, along with decision makers increasingly describing our events as ‘must attend’ dates in their calendars.”

 

 

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