HeliConference Dubai 2017 to kick off on April 17

HeliConference Dubai 2017, the Middle East’s first dedicated conference that focusses on the helicopter industry, will be held in Dubai under the patronage of Vice President and Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum.

Taking place on 17th and 18th April, the Dubai HeliConference will be held at Al Maktoum Airport in Dubai South. The new venue is home to the world’s largest airport in the making as well as the landmark event, Dubai Expo 2020.

This conference will also connect international and regional companies with an eye towards forming partnerships through designated areas for exhibits and allowing delegates to network.

The Dubai HeliConference is the only event in the region that highlights key issues of the helicopter segment in aviation, which plays a very significant role in the development of luxury, medical, military and civil sectors of the Middle East.

The event is designed as the perfect platform to engage government and private professionals from the international and local helicopter community to showcase their expertise for the continuous growth of the industry.

Industry leaders will address relevant topics and current affairs for the advancement of all industry shareholders.

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