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MEBAA Show rescheduled to December 2022

Posted 9 December 2020 · Add Comment

The Middle East & North Africa Business Aviation Association (MEBAA) has announced that the region’s business aviation platform, the MEBAA Show, has been rescheduled to its original date cycle and will now take place in December 2022 at DWC, Airshow Site.

“As a result of the ongoing challenges with global border restrictions and lockdowns, we have decided to realign the MEBAA Show until 2022," said Ali Ahmed Alnaqbi, founding and executive chairman of MEBAA.  Image:  MEBAA

The event has been cancelled due to concerns related to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and international travel restrictions imposed across numerous countries around the world.

Ali Ahmed Alnaqbi, founding and fxecutive chairman of MEBAA commented: “As a result of the ongoing challenges with global border restrictions and lockdowns, we have decided to realign the MEBAA Show with its original dates and postpone it again to 2022. All recent indications suggest that the business aviation sector will make a strong recovery in the coming years and the MEBAA Show will play an important role in restoring confidence, driving collaboration and creating new opportunities for the sector.”

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