Bahrain: Teams gear up for flight displays as airshow commences tomorrow

Participating teams have begun landing in the Kingdom as the countdown begins for the Bahrain International Airshow (BIAS 2022).

The airshow, which is in its sixth edition, will officially begin tomorrow. BIAS 2022 is celebrating a decade of distinction with a range of leading features. One hundred and sixty delegations representing more than 180 companies and around thirty countries will be taking part in the airshow.

Many industry-leading contracts are supposed to be signed at the event.

The sixth installment of the show will deliver a dynamic thought-leadership platform as part of its three-day calendar of events, as well as networking and business development opportunities and a one-of-a-kind exhibition showcasing the latest aircraft, technologies, and innovation from across the global aerospace industry.

The forum portion of the Airshow will take place on days two and three of the event in dedicated theatres in the show’s Exhibition Hall, providing future-focused content and facilitating the exchange of insights and knowledge on the latest trends shaping global aerospace and aviation today.

The show’s forums are designed to specifically serve as a thought exchange platform, where senior aerospace executives from the Gulf region and international companies collaborate to bring issues of mutual interest to the fore.

With an extensive presence by civil and military delegations from the Gulf region and beyond, BIAS 2022 offers an ideal opportunity for access to the region’s key decision-makers.

This year’s programme is built around four thematic areas covering Airports and Airlines, Cargo and Logistics, Women in Aviation, and Space.

Each theme will have a dedicated forum featuring high-level speakers delivering keynote addresses and taking part in panel discussions.

The programme includes senior representatives from well-known aviation organisations, such as Boeing, Lockheed Martin, IATA, Gulf Air, Bahrain Airport Company, Air Arabia, UAE Space Agency, Orbital Space, Airports Council International, KPMG, International Space University, Magdrive, and DHL Global Forwarding.


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