Dubai Airshow 2023 is set to be the biggest on record, with exhibitors from 95 countries and visitor numbers expected to grow from last year’s edition.
More than 1,400 exhibitors, including 400 first-time exhibitors and over 80 startups across sectors from commercial aviation, advanced aerial mobility, space , defence and military, business aviation, will showcase their offerings at the event.
An expanded space pavilion, in partnership with the UAE Space Agency, will also be a key feature at this year’s edition. It will see first-time and prominent players including the Mohammed Bin Rashid Space Centre, the Technology Innovation Institute and Dubai Electricity & Water Authority.
Conference to be held at Dubai Airshow 2023
Dubai Airshow 2023 will also host a comprehensive conference agenda that will welcome more than 300 international speakers and feature more than 80 hours of insightful content to drive conversations on the most important industry topics such as sustainability, space, advanced aerial mobility, air traffic management, passenger experience, diversity and much more.
Networking opportunities will also support the airshow’s position as a leading international platform for valuable business opportunities.
The show’s static and flying displays will return, with a line-up of the world’s most modern aircraft. The flying display will maintain its status as one of the most impressive ways for manufacturers to demonstrate their aircraft abilities.
The static display this year will set a new benchmark, showcasing more than 180 commercial and military aircraft.
The 18th edition of Dubai Airshow is set to take place from November 13-17 at Dubai World Central (DWC).
The event is supported by key aviation industry stakeholders, including Dubai Airports, the Dubai Civil Aviation Authority, the UAE Ministry of Defence, Dubai Aviation Engineering Projects and the UAE Space Agency.