Introducing the Abu Dhabi Air Show 2022… an exceptional event for the world’s wealthy

From the leadership center in the aviation and tourism industry worldwide, Abu Dhabi, the activities of the Abu Dhabi Air Show 2022 “Abu Dhabi Air Expo” in its tenth edition.

Al Bateen Executive Airport will host the exhibition from 1 to 3 November 2022.

The Abu Dhabi Air Show 2022 embodies the commitment of the UAE capital Abu Dhabi to empower and develop the aviation and space sectors as two main pillars for the continued social and economic development of the emirate.

The exhibition comes this year, after a 4-year hiatus due to the Corona pandemic, and it is expected that more than 20,000 people from all over the world will visit the event to discuss the latest developments in the aviation sector. ideas in the general development process of the aviation and space sector.

Abu Dhabi Airports will be the operator of the five airports in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, the official host of the Abu Dhabi Air Show 2022, held every two years, and will include an exhibition area of ​​80,000 square meters, amidst ‘ a wide participation of companies and bodies specialized in general aviation, airlines, airports and aeronautical and aviation authorities civil aviation, aeronautical and cargo technology companies, and many others related to the sector.

200 aviation sector leaders are expected to participate in the exhibition, including Dassault, Gulfstream, Cirrus, Sanad, Abu Dhabi Aviation, Royal Jet, Falcon Aviation Services, ADQ Holding, Aero and Global Air Navigation Services.

Airbus A329..Emirates Airlines’ title for luxury private aviation

Emirates will showcase its Airbus A329 luxury private jet at the exhibition, offering families, dignitaries and businessmen an exceptional experience that exceeds what they expect from the levels of quality and luxury that distinguish the airline with the flexibility and luxury that characterize private jet flights. The aircraft provides flights to various destinations in the world, including cities that are not part of the Emirates Airlines network for regular flights.

The “Emirates Private Aviation” aircraft entered service in 2013. The interior design and distribution of the aircraft is characterized by its exclusivity with the highest levels of comfort and the best services for up to 19 passengers. The aircraft provides flights to various destinations in the world, including cities that are not part of the Emirates Airlines network of regular flights.

The aircraft, which is the first of its kind at this high level, is equipped with the most luxurious equipment and the latest technology to meet the various requirements of discerning travelers who want to travel in complete privacy.

The “Emirates Private Aviation” plane is divided into two main areas: the first is a seat at the front of the plane designed to accommodate 12 people, which can be used for meals or for business meetings, and includes a relaxation corner and two large sofas surrounded by four electrically moving tables. The second area includes 10 private suites, each with a seat that converts into a fully flat bed, a 32-inch flat-screen TV, which is the largest compared to television screens on several Emirates aircraft, and two 42-inch screens opposite the board. seating, in addition to wireless internet capabilities.

The “Emirates Private Aviation” aircraft can serve flights of up to eight and a half hours non-stop, to destinations inside and outside the Emirates network. Since the launch of the service in 2013, the aircraft has visited 131 airports around the world. Emirates Private Aviation has also partnered with luxury tour operators to provide tickets for flights designed to explore the best natural wonders and wildlife in various regions.

Modern innovations for private aviation

During the exhibition, the pioneers of the aviation sector will be informed about the latest technologies and equipment in the field of general aviation, in addition to the latest innovations in the field of private jets, helicopters, charter aircraft services, airport equipment and services, electronic systems for the aviation sector, insurance and finance, in order to combine visions. In-depth knowledge and understanding of various stakeholders locally and internationally in order to provide attractive content, stimulate thinking with new horizons, and encourage the development of aviation by attracting new influential parties. the environment.

Attendees of the aviation exhibition will see the latest innovations in the fields of private jets, helicopters, business aircraft charter services, airport equipment and services, aviation systems, insurance and financing issues, and more than 80 aircraft from very light to heavy aircraft will be on display for delegates who looking for a variety of aircraft and aviation related services.

The private aircraft market in the UAE is expected to double in terms of the number of aircraft by 2025, to reach 250 aircraft, compared to around 150 aircraft currently in existence.

The global market for private jets is expected to reach $39.84 billion in 2025, up from an estimated $25.87 billion in 2021, with the GCC countries accounting for a large portion of this growth.

Private plane sales .. fly

Private jet sales and aviation activity have surged since the pandemic began in early 2020, when the wealthy shunned commercial airlines. The number of flight hours is still rising this year, even after the extraordinary year of 2021, and next year is likely to surpass the industry’s high point in 2007, according to Honeywell International, which makes aircraft components from engines to cockpit controls.

Honeywell’s annual survey of private aircraft management companies expects 8,500 new private jets to be delivered over the next decade, valued at $275 billion. This figure is a 15% increase over last year’s delivery forecast, and 12% higher than the pre-pandemic 2019 survey.

Honeywell expects production of new planes to rise to 820 next year, up from about 700 this year. In 2019, the number of deliveries was 720, but fell to a low of 565 in 2020.

Although the super-rich have the ability to pay cash for aircraft and remain immune to the economic downturn so far, the demand for second-hand aircraft has reached low levels in the market.

According to the founder of the aircraft broker, “Bar Avion”, the demand for aircraft costing less than 15 million dollars is increasing today. Not only does the price of the aircraft or higher interest rates affect the purchase decision, the owner must constantly pay for the pilots, fuel, maintenance, the hangar and other expenses that are now suffering from the effects of inflation.

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