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Emerging Airports Forum to focus on Saudi airports development

Posted 30 March 2017 · Add Comment

The 6th Emerging Airports Forum, held in Jeddah at Hilton Hotel on 29-30th of November 2017, will focus on the Saudi airports development projects along with the ongoing and future airports development projects in the Emerging Markets regions worth US$60bn in Middle East, Indian Sub-continent, Asia Pacific, Africa and Russia-CIS.

The forum will feature an exhibition to showcase the capacities and capabilities of the companies and the conference will host over 150 delegates.

Over 20 senior decision makers representing civil aviation ministries and authorities, airport development and management companies, airport operators and consultants will do the presentations on their respective airports development projects master plan, investment opportunities and their procurement needs at the forum.

Emerging Airports Forum will be an ideal business networking event to all the airport fraternity members those are involved in design & consult, construction, terminal & hangar construction, airport operations & management, ATC / ATM, ground handling, safety & security, equipment manufacturers and suppliers and service providers to win their market business share, primarily from the highly lucrative Saudi Arabian market and from the emerging markets.

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