Al Bateen Executive Airport, the dedicated business aviation airport of Abu Dhabi Airports Company (ADAC), announced today the participation of Abu Dhabi Aviation and Royal Jet as sponsors for Abu Dhabi Air Expo to be held at the executive airport from 6th to 8th March, 2012.
Abu Dhabi Aviation, the largest commercial helicopter operator in the Middle East, will also be displaying a VVIP AW139 helicopter to showcase its latest services and products.
Mohammed Al Mazrouei, General Manager of Abu Dhabi Aviation said: “Abu Dhabi Air Expo will be the perfect venue to focus on Abu Dhabi Aviation’s rapidly expanding civil VVIP helicopter market. As the only operator of a VVIP AW139 helicopter, Abu Dhabi Aviation is proud to provide service to this exclusive clientele.”
Royal Jet will showcase 1 BBJ aircraft at Abu Dhabi Air Expo and commenting on this participation, Shane O’Hare, Chief Executive Officer of Royal Jet, said:
"With such an important industry event taking place in our home base of Abu Dhabi, Royal Jet is proud to be actively involved in Abu Dhabi Air Expo. This is an excellent opportunity to showcase the current strength of the aviation sector and to demonstrate support for Abu Dhabi’s Vision 2030, which acknowledges the importance of a state-of-the-art, efficient and extremely reliable aviation industry.”
The show running from 6th – 8th of March 2012, will act as a catalyst bringing pilots together to view the latest in general aviation technology and innovation, with everything available on exhibit from pilot gears and accessories to aircraft for sale.
Yousif Hassan Al Hammadi, Chairman of the Organizing Committee for Abu Dhabi Air Expo, Deputy General Manager, Al Bateen Executive Airport, said:
“ADAC is proud to have the support of the local and regional aviation community as such commitment is a testament of the show’s credibility and the opportunities it will present. Abu Dhabi Air Expo will benefit all exhibitors and sponsors by connecting them with their counterparts globally to create new ventures and businesses for the Emirate and the region.”