The Saudi Civil Aviation Pavilion at the Dubai Airshow 2021 witnesses an influx of a number of dignitaries
November 17, 2021
The General Authority of Civil Aviation (GACA) pavilion at the Dubai Airshow 2021, which is being held in the United Arab Emirates during the period from 14-18 of November 2021, witnessed a number of visits by Excellencies, dignitaries and CEOs of Saudi companies participating in the exhibition.
The pavilion was honored by the visits of the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Enterprise, Trade and Employment of the Republic of Ireland, Mr. Leo Varadkar, the Director General of the UAE General Civil Aviation Authority, Mr. Saif bin Mohammed Al Suwaidi, the Governor of the General Authority for Military Industries, Eng. Ahmed bin Abdulaziz Al-Ohali, a group of aviation officers of the Ministry of National Guard, and a number of CEOs of Saudi companies participating at the Airshow.
The guests toured GACA’s pavilion, where they viewed modern and future projects in building, developing and modernizing airports in the Kingdom and its most prominent investments. This in addition to the developments reached by the civil aviation sector in the Kingdom. The guests were also briefed on the draft strategy of GACA and its preparations for the next qualitative stage at the level of the aviation industry after the Kingdom launched the National Strategy for Transport and Logistics Services, which constitutes a major and influential turning point in the civil aviation industry in the Kingdom, and thus enhances air traffic in the region and worldwide.
Through the pavilion corridors, which came in the form of an aircraft cabin, GACA displayed its strategy to its guests amongst a number of entities and companies operating in the civil aviation sector in the Kingdom, including the operating national carriers. This in addition to reviewing the march of civil aviation on a journey through time and its cultural, and vital role in development.