President Sheikh Mohamed affirmed that the Dubai Airshow signifies the UAE’s prominent role in the global aviation industry. During his visit to the event, which has been ongoing in Dubai since Monday, Sheikh Mohamed underscored the significance of the aviation sector, noting its cascading impact on various related industries.
He expressed, “The consistent success achieved by the air show is a manifestation of the UAE’s influential position as a key player in the aviation industry.” His remarks, reported by the state news agency Wam, highlighted the global nature of the exhibition, bringing together decision-makers, industry leaders, experts, and stakeholders to discuss cutting-edge solutions and future trends in aviation development.
Sheikh Mohamed emphasized the vital role of the aviation sector, stating, “The aviation sector represents one of the most important vital fields that stimulate and support the growth of many sectors related to this industry.”
Accompanied by Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed, Vice President, Deputy Prime Minister, and Chairman of the Presidential Court, Sheikh Mohamed’s visit was part of a high-profile attendance that included Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed, Crown Prince of Dubai, who praised the airshow’s increasing stature as a platform for global aviation exploration and innovation.
Highlighting the economic impact and multibillion-dollar deals signed during the event, Sheikh Hamdan noted, “The growing international significance of the trade show is reflected in the multibillion-dollar deals signed during this year’s event.” He emphasized the role of the airshow in fostering global cooperation and sustainable technologies within the aviation industry.
Sheikh Khaled bin Mohamed, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi, also toured the event, stating that it strengthens the UAE’s position as a major global aerospace player and a hub for innovation. He remarked, “The Dubai Airshow reflects the UAE’s strategic focus on integrating aerospace innovation with advanced technology and sustainability.”
The Dubai Airshow, hosted at Al Maktoum International Airport, is scheduled to continue until November 17.