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Emirates sets the stage for compelling displays at Dubai Airshow

DUBAI, UAE- November 2011 - Emirates, the Official Airline of the 2011 Dubai Airshow, will take centre stage next week and will bring aviation industry professionals together from around the world to its dedicated stand and chalets at the Dubai Airshow.

The Emirates stand will be located at the Central Hall, where all major industry players will showcase their products and facilities, and will serve as a networking platform for the aviation community.

"Emirates has been a sponsor and main exhibitor at the Dubai Airshow ever since its inception," said HH Sheikh Ahmed Bin Saeed Al Maktoum, Chairman and Chief Executive of Emirates Airline & Group. "This year marks the 40th Anniversary of the UAE, a significant milestone in the nation's history, which includes the remarkable development and continuous growth of the aviation industry."

"The Dubai Airshow is poised once again to attract industry leaders and generate numerous aviation deals for another successful show."


"This is the choice platform to highlight our products and services, build relationships and explore significant business opportunities by providing an engaging experience for all participants," he added.

Reaffirming its commitment to the Dubai Airshow, Emirates has designed a 154 square metre exhibition stand open to all airshow visitors. Spread across two stories the stand will feature a number of Emirates divisions including; Emirates SkyCargo, Emirates Engineering, Emirates Aviation College, Skywards, Emirates Official Stores and Emirates Recruitment.


The Emirates stand , located in the central hall at stand C380, is fully equipped and will house two private meeting rooms as well as catering facilities, with all food prepared by the multi-award winning Emirates Flight Catering. Visitors to the stand will also have the opportunity to view a model of the new Engine Overhaul Facility during the Airshow.


For corporate hosting and networking Emirates will also have three double-storied chalets equipped to host up to 170 guests per day for breakfast, lunch and afternoon tea. The three Emirates chalets will display and promote some of Emirates' most exciting new developments including its recent route expansion in Europe, North and South America and Africa.


Set in a prime location near the airstrip the Emirates chalets are well positioned with the best views of aircraft take-offs, landings and acrobatic displays.

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