Starting from November 6 to 18, travelers arriving at Dubai’s airports will receive a special passport stamp, as announced on Thursday. The commemorative stamp was designed for the Dubai Airshow, which is set to be the biggest event of its kind.
Whether they land at Dubai International Airport (DXB) or Dubai World Central (DWC), all passengers will be presented with this unique stamp, marking the occasion of the Dubai Airshow.
The introduction of this stamp coincides with the preparations for the Dubai Airshow, which will be the most significant event of its kind, focusing on the future of the aerospace industry. The 18th edition of the Dubai Airshow will feature the latest innovations, trends, and products that will redefine the aviation and space industries.
This mega event, taking place from November 13 to 17 at Dubai World Central (DWC), will bring together more than 1,400 exhibitors from 95 countries. Among them are 400 first-time exhibitors and over 80 startups spanning various sectors, including commercial aviation, advanced aerial mobility, space, defense and military, business aviation, air traffic management, and emerging technology.
The Dubai Airshow will unveil innovative solutions and trailblazing advancements in the aviation and aerospace industry. Over 180 of the most advanced commercial, private, and military aircraft will be on display, alongside 20 country pavilions showcasing their innovative products and technologies.
Visitors to the Dubai Airshow will witness aerial displays by manufacturers demonstrating their aircraft’s capabilities to the global aerospace industry.
An expanded space pavilion, in partnership with the UAE Space Agency, will be a prominent feature at this year’s event. It will showcase first-time and leading players, including the Mohammed Bin Rashid Space Centre (MBRSC), the Technology Innovation Institute (TII), Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA), and others, highlighting the collaboration between the space and aviation industries and their role in shaping the future of travel.
The Dubai Airshow 2023 will also host a comprehensive conference agenda featuring over 300 international speakers and more than 80 hours of insightful content, driving discussions on industry topics such as sustainability, space, advanced aerial mobility, air traffic management, passenger experience, diversity, and more.
The attendance of regional and international airlines reflects the industry’s strong growth and transformation. Airlines such as Emirates and Etihad Airways have reported record-breaking profits, while new entrants like Beond have entered the premium leisure airline market.
This growth is not confined to a single airline or region. Companies like Qatar Airways Group and Saudia Group are also experiencing substantial growth, showcasing the aviation sector’s positive trajectory.