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March 3, 2024

Dubai Airshow 2023: Here’s how you can watch spectacular flying displays daily

Skyview, the purpose-built grandstand arena, is welcoming the general public, including families and children, to witness the spectacular daily flying displays at Dubai World Central (DWC), during the Dubai Airshow from November 13-17.

What’s in store for visitors
Visitors at Skyview will be able to watch all the live action from the runway. They will also get the chance to meet pilots and astronauts and enjoy live entertainment from military bands.

Some of the world’s best pilots will be flying the most advanced military aircraft, luxurious private planes and commercial airliners.

Dubai Airshow How to to watch amazing flying displays daily at SKyview Image: Supplied

Teams performing at the Dubai Airshow this year include Frecce Tricolori, the Italian Air Force’s aerobatic demonstration team; Fursan Al Emarat, the United Arab Emirates Air Force aerobatic display team; Sarang, the helicopter air display team of the Indian Air Force; and August 1st, the aerobatic demonstration team of the People’s Liberation Army Air Force (Chinese Air Force).

How to get to Skyview at the Dubai Airshow site
Visitors are encouraged to use the metro and free shuttle buses, which will operate from Ibn Battuta metro station directly to the Dubai Airshow site.

The first shuttle bus from Ibn Battuta metro station to Skyview will leave at 11am, and the last shuttle bus returning from Skyview to Ibn Battuta metro station will leave at 7pm. The Grandstand will be open from 1.00pm to 5.30pm from 13-17 November.

Access for the general public will be limited to the Skyview grandstand arena only and not the main airshow exhibition hall.

Seating is on a first-come, first-served basis, and parking is available, but it’s limited.