F&E Aerospace is one of the most influential names in the aerospace industry's event sector. Our flagship event, The Dubai Airshow is the fastest growing air show in the world; other events in the F&E Aerospace portfolio are MEBA – Middle East Business Aviation, AIME – Aircraft Interiors Middle East and MRO Middle East. GATE - Gulf Aviation Training Event - was launched at the Dubai Airshow 2011 and will return again in 2013.
F&E Aerospace has a long-standing relationship with the global aerospace industry, an in-depth knowledge of the market and a hard-earned reputation for delivering event excellence.
F&E Aerospace Events
The Dubai Airshow is the foremost aerospace event in the Middle East and the fastest growing Airshow in the world. The exhibition features an extensive display of civil and military aircraft and has trade delegations attending from all over the world.
MEBA - Middle East Business Aviation
MEBA (Middle East Business Aviation) is the Middle East's premier business aviation show. In addition to the main exhibition, the event features a static aircraft display of all the latest business jets on the market; as well as a conference focusing on the latest trends and issues in business aviation.
GATE - Gulf Aviation Training Event
The Gulf Aviation Training Event (GATE) focuses on the growing regional demand for civil aviation training, recruitment and simulation. GATE in addition to the conference the event also features a dedicated exhibition to showcase companies providing flight training products and services.
AIME - Aircraft Interiors Middle East
AIME (Aircraft Interiors Middle East) is a two day exhibition focussing on cabin interiors, VIP interiors, in-flight entertainment & in-flight catering. AIME also features conference workshops and a hosted buyer programme for key buyers.
MRO Middle East
MRO (Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul) Middle East comprises an exhibition and conference that unite key decision-makers from airlines and suppliers from the Middle East and around the globe. MRO attendees include top airline representatives, Middle East government officials and international maintenance and safety experts.