Dubai Airshow salon Airbus Boeing United Arab Emirates 

November 15, record day at Dubai Airshow

Today was considered one of the most exciting days in the recent commercial history of aviation. The penultimate day of Dubai Airshow 2017 has already ended, leaving a record figure with two huge orders for Airbus and Boeing. Indigo Partners signed an agreement with Airbus for the purchase of 430 aircraft of the A320neo family, doubling its current order of 427 aircraft of the same family. The aircraft will fly for the fleets of its four low-cost airlines, distributed as follows: Wizz Air of Hungary will receive 72 A320neo and…

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United Kingdom and United Arab Emirates launch joint venture

The agreement happened under the Dubai Airshow 2017. On November 12, the United Kingdom and the United Arab Emirates signed the creation of a new innovative joint venture. It was held in the presence of the Secretary of State of the United Kingdom for International Trade, Dr. Liam Fox. The new company will be based in the United Kingdom and will be formed by the manufacturer QinetiQ and Middle East General Enterprises. Its main objective is based on investment in infrastructure development and training designed to allow a new UAE…

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Airbus prepares for Dubai Airshow 2017

The European manufacturer will show aircraft, helicopters, satellites and will carry out demonstration flights. One of the main aeronautical events of the year is about to begin, the Dubai Airshow 2017, which will take place between November 12 and 16. The event is held every two years since 1989 in the Dubai World Central complex of that city, in the United Arab Emirates. For this edition, Airbus will participate with commercial aircraft, military aircraft, helicopters and space systems. In the exhibition areas there will be numerous Airbus aircraft, such as the…

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Dubai Taxi Drone Drones United Arab Emirates 

Dubai began to experiment with taxi drones

The city aims to be the first in the world to have flying taxi services. Last week, the city of Dubai in conjunction with the drones German company Volocopter began tests with the new taxis-drone flights. It is a small aircraft operated with remote control, for two passengers, a ring of 18 propellers and ability to fly for 30 minutes. The aircraft also have spare batteries, rotors and parachute in case of emergency. In the first experimental flight, taxi drone carried out flights circled over the coast of Dubai at a height of 200…

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