Air Arabia Abu Dhabi, the capital’s first low-cost carrier, will be participating in the 2022 edition of the Abu Dhabi Air Expo showcasing part of its growing fleet by displaying an Airbus A321neo long-range aircraft to an estimated 18,000 attendees at the ADAE taking place at Al Bateen Executive Airport in Abu Dhabi from 1st till 3rd of November 2022.
The 2022 edition of Abu Dhabi Air Expo will represent its tenth outing and has seen the event grow from a business and general aviation show to a primarily civil aviation-oriented exhibition, accompanied by an exciting air display and insightful conference program. The transition highlights the emergence of Abu Dhabi as an aviation hub for all types of aircraft and aviation activity in the region. It also provides a platform for local aviation experts and international stakeholders to engage with each other, exchange ideas and bring improved aviation offerings.
We are glad to be part of Abu Dhabi Air Expo 2022 and contributing to the development of Abu Dhabi as an aviation hub. Showcasing our latest Airbus A321neo-LR is a testament of our continuous efforts to incorporate the latest innovation and technologies that aim to further enhance the customer experience across our flights” said Adel Al Ali, Group Chief Executive Officer, Air Arabia.
Air Arabia Abu Dhabi has recently celebrated a successful second year in business and has expanded its network to reach 27 destinations served direct from Abu Dhabi International Airport. Starting operations during the peak of the COVID-19 pandemic in July 2020, Air Arabia Abu Dhabi has flown over 800,000 passengers on roughly 7,600 flights. The high demand for the type of flights that Air Arabia Abu Dhabi offers has seen the carrier expand its fleet from two Airbus A320s at launch to 8 new aircraft with more expected to be added by the end of the year.
Air Arabia Abu Dhabi is continuously working on enhancing its customer experiencing through providing value-added services and affordable products. The carrier operates a modern fleet of aircraft which is configured with 174 seats, providing passengers with added comfort with one of the most generous seat-pitch of any economy cabin. The aircraft is also equipped with “SkyTime”, a free in-flight streaming service that will allows passengers to stream a wide selection of entertainment directly to their devices.
Over the course of three days, this year’s ADAE event will bring forth the industry’s most innovative offerings for private jets, helicopters, charter services, airport equipment, avionics, and insurance and financing. A wide range of aircraft will be on display for attendees to explore and learn about. The format will be slightly different from years past as this year’s event will separate the exhibition into three major areas: the aircraft hangar, chalets, and an outdoor static display. As always, the conference program will also be a key feature of the event where industry leaders and stakeholders can gather and share their visions for the development of aviation in the Middle East.
Air Expo 2022 is a unique platform that brings together aviation and aerospace industry leaders and seasoned professionals with aviation enthusiasts, customers and students to network, exchange ideas and showcase the latest thinking, technology and equipment in general aviation. The 80,000 sqm exhibition is expected to attract 20,000 visitors and host more than 300 manufacturers and suppliers.
The three-day Air Expo event will feature the latest innovations in private jet aircraft, helicopters, executive charter services, airport equipment and services, avionics systems, insurance and financing. This year’s event will include a new format that divides the exhibition into three main areas: aircraft hangar, chalets and outdoor static display. It will also feature a conference program providing industry thought leaders a forum to share the latest thinking on general aviation and aerospace developments.
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