ABU DHABI, The Emirates Defence Companies Council, EDCC, is participating in the Saudi International Airshow 2019, which is being held in the Saudi capital, Riyadh.
The airshow will provide a platform for 10 Emirati companies operating in the defence industries and aviation technology sector.
Sultan Abdullah Al Samahi, Acting General Manager of the EDCC, said that the UAE’s national pavilion aims to promote and market the products of the EDCC’s members, as well as showcase the latest technologies in this key sector.
He also pointed out that the EDCC aims to discuss opportunities for joint cooperation, as well as to learn about the industry’s latest technologies and systems while noting that the airshow will become one of the region’s key airshows over the next ten years.
Among the leading participants of the airshow is Abu Dhabi Aviation, the largest operator of helicopters in the Middle East and North Africa, which provides navigational and logistical support services for oil and gas companies.
Royal Jet, which offers luxury aviation services, is showcasing its services and products while Maximus Air Cargo, a subsidiary of the Abu Dhabi Aviation Group, is also participating in the show.
Al Yah Satellite Communications, AlYahsat, and Global Aerospace Logistics, GAL, are also participating, as well as the Abu Dhabi Airports Company, which manages five airports in Abu Dhabi.
The Abu Dhabi Autonomous Systems Investments Company, ADASI, a leading Emirati company in the field of unmanned systems, is also participating, along with Rabdan Academy, the UAE Space Agency, and the Horizon Flight Academy.
Source: Emirates News Agency