Saudia to be Main Sponsor for Saudi International Airshow 

Saudia to be Main Sponsor for Saudi International Airshow 

Airshow taking place from 12-14 March, 2019

Saudi Arabian Airlines (SAUDIA) has announced its role as the main sponsor of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s ‘Saudi International Airshow’, taking place from 12-14 March, 2019 at Al Thumamah Airport in Riyadh.

The Saudi Airshow will be held under the Patronage of His Royal Highness Prince Sultan Bin Salman Bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, Chairman of the Saudi Space Agency and Founder and Chairman of the Saudi Aviation Club.

The Saudi Airshow is the first international aviation and aerospace exhibition of its kind in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

During the signing of the agreement last week in Riyadh, the Director General of the Saudi Aviation Club, Captain Ayed Odhaib Alkasme and Saudi Arabian Airlines Vice President Corporate Communications, Mr. Fahad Bahdailah discussed the role of the airline in the Air Show, and outlined the details of the cooperation.

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During the three-day Air Show, a pavilion space will feature more than 300 exhibitors and many aircraft on static display for viewing. The exhibition will bring together the major players in the aviation industry, and will attract participants from all areas to meet new and existing clients.

Expected attendees include delegates from within the region, as well as international guests including: Aircraft manufacturers; regional business aircraft selling agents; business and general aviation aircraft manufacturers; airlines; terminal operators; ground handlers; MRO services; charter, leasing, financing, insurance and brokerage firms; airport equipment suppliers, and more.

Last year SAUDIA flew more than 33 million passengers, and introduced five new routes to its network: Vienna (Austria), Trivandrum (India), Surabaya (Indonesia), Medan (Indonesia) and re-introduced flights to Cochin, India, in addition to three seasonal routes to: Izmir, Malaga and Moscow.

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