Dubai Airshow 2019 Preview

Held biennially at Dubai World Central, the Dubai Airshow is making its return this year. Taking place between November 17-21, attendees will be able to access 1,300 exhibitors from across the industry. Thomas Haynes considers what could be in store at this year’s event.

Emirates opened the 2017 Dubai Airshow by flying a Boeing 777-300ER and Airbus A380 in formation with Aermacchi MB-339NATs from the United Arab Emirates Air Force’s Al Fursan aerobatic team. DUBAI AIRSHOW

The 2017 Dubai Airshow was a record-setting event for organisers, 79,380 attendees gained access to 1,200 exhibitors and more than 160 aircraft during the show’s five-day run. The order book was as large as ever; at the end of the event it stood at almost $113.8bn.

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