UAE State Minister for Defence Affairs, visited BEL stall

UAE State Minister for Defence Affairs, visited BEL stall

Dubai: Curtains came down on the Dubai Airshow with positive responses from several prospective customers. The Dubai Airshow 2023 proved to be the most extensive edition yet. The event, which took place from 13th-17th November, boasted a record-breaking number of over 1400 exhibitors from 95 countries and featured more than 180 aircraft. 


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H.E. Mohammed bin Ahmed Al Bowardi, UAE Minister of State for Defence Affairs, visited the BEL stall here and had an insight into BEL's capabilities in the field of Defence Electronics. 

Actor R Madhavan also visited the expo.

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The Airshow concluded with several exciting developments and announcements. Emirates Airline made a significant last-minute order for 15 A350-900 jets from Airbus, a deal worth US$6bn. RTX introduced a new lightweight and affordable helmet-mounted device, the ZeroG, while Spain's Crisalion Mobility announced a partnership with Valtrans for eVTOL development. In a surprising turn of events, Boeing outperformed Airbus, securing 295 aircraft orders compared to Airbus' 86, marking a significant comeback after a period of underperformance and safety scandals 

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