This is the grand finale video of the most extraordinary and largest edition of Dubai Airshow.
The Dubai Airshow 2023 features 190+ aircraft on static and flying display, a showcase of over 1,400 exhibitors and over 100,000 visitors. I started my visit to the airshow by flying over the entire site onboard a helicopter by Air Chateau.
There are many aircraft to visit. First, I visited the Boeing 777X; the world’s largest twin-engine aircraft and received updates from the crew and engineer at Boeing.
Then, I went on board the new branding of SAUDIA B787-10. Next, I visited Beond Airlines, all Business Class leisure airline flying to and from the Maldives. The world’s first Passenger to Freighter A320 is also on display with India’s Pradhaan Air as the operator.
I interviewed Egypt Air Chairman and CEO Eng. Yahia Zaharia about their latest orders inside the new Egypt Air A321neo. Then I checked out the “Big Twin” which is the world’s first B777-300/ERSF converted freighter. Riyadh Air just released its second livery at the Dubai Airshow while Etihad Airways showcased its new Business Class suite onboard the B787.
In the exhibition hall, I visited Strata which builds components for OEMs such as Airbus, Boeing, and Pilatus. Emirates is showing the employee experience through AI and virtual at their stand. Finally, I met up with the 2 UAE astronauts, Hazza and Sultan at the Mohammad bin Rashid Space Center at the airshow.
Aviation is back in full swing through the orders and numbers of investments demonstrated at this airshow. The one final element is the humanity displayed at the airshow. It has been an incredible 5 days at the Dubai Airshow 2023. See you next time!