By | 25 Nov 2019

Dubai Airshow 2019 roundup

The Dubai Airshow has come to a close after a successful five day run. Taking place at the Dubai World Central Airport, the show was an opportunity for companies to secure aircraft deals whilst visitors were treated to stunning flying displays from military and commercial aircraft. 

There were also plenty of conferences for global aviation experts and professionals to attend ranging from the Women in Space conference aimed at getting young Emirati aviation enthusiasts involved in space technology, to the Cargo Connect conference which showcased new innovative technology to improve the air cargo sector.

There were 161 aircraft on static display with many of these also taking part in flying displays including Airbus and Boeing amongst other aircraft.

The Airshow organisers announced that the airshow attracted a record number of visitors and exhibitors, 84,043 visitors and over 1,288 exhibitors. More visitors are expected at the next airshow, scheduled for 2021. It was also announced that the order book for new aircraft reached $54.5 billion. 

The Dubai Airshow is one of the largest and most successful airshows in the world, connecting airspace professionals across all areas of the industry.


By | 25 Nov 2019

Want to know more about bytron or get a free demo of skybook?

Talk to us, we’d love to hear from you! Fill out the form and one of our aviation software specialists will get back to you shortly...

Ready to get started?

Whether you are simply looking around or doing some serious research, getting in touch is the first step to find out more about our EFB and flight dispatcher software.

Get in touch

Contact us

View Brochure

View the Skybook Brochure

Request a Demo

Get a free trial of skybook
Enquire now