Why the Dubai Airshow 2021?

Welcome to the future. 

“The UAE is leveraging its geographic location and proximity to international trading routes to play a central role in the global travel and aviation markets.”  


That observation from the U.S. International Trade Administration is backed up by big numbers. “According to the UAE Civil Aviation Authority, the country’s aviation sector alone is valued at $80 billion, employs over 250,000 direct hires and approximately 225,000 indirect jobs, and accounts for nearly 15 percent of the country’s GDP.”

Forecasts anticipating 200 million passengers a year by 2030 are at the center of monumental infrastructure projects anchored by the 145-square kilometer Dubai World Central Aerotropolis, promising to sustain spending in the commercial sector for years, even decades to come.

The UAE also ranks among the world’s top 15 military customers with a nearly $25 billion annual defense budget. With the launch of the new UAE Space Agency in 2014 and a vision to reach Mars in 2021 to coincide with the fledgling nation’s 50th anniversary, the UAE has established itself at the center of the 21st Century aerospace universe.

No wonder the Dubai Airshow has become a “must-attend” marketplace on the industry’s international trade event calendar. The UAE Space Pavilion, which debuted in 2015, has grown, and a display of cargo handling equipment reflects the region’s rapid growth as a freight hub (see details below).

  • UAE to Trump: Sell Us some F-35 Fighter Jets

  • Middle East carriers to need 2,990 new aircraft over 20 years

  • UAE issues formal request to buy KC-46A tanker, says Boeing

Why Exhibit in the USA Partnership Pavilion?

In its race to excellence in aerospace, the UAE’s “not-so-secret” weapon is the United States. 


As the largest customer for U.S. products and services in the Arab world, and a Top Five global market for U.S. aerospace exports, the UAE is building its big future with a wide scope of dedicated American trade and investment partners, innovative technologies and skilled professionals. In other words, you’re not only welcome at the Dubai Airshow, you’re expected.

Kallman Worldwide has organized the USA Partnership Pavilion at the Dubai Airshow since the 2009 edition. Kallman Worldwide is uniquely positioned to help you capitalize on America’s export advantage in the UAE to stand out at this show.

  • Start planning now to build turnkey or custom space in some of the highest traffic locations on site.
  • Anticipate Day 1 visits from numerous dignitaries and officials from the U.S. and Dubai.
  • Take advantage of our close cooperation with the U.S. departments of Commerce, Defense and State to gain market insights in advance of the show that can help you capture more attention and interest on-site.
  • PR and media support along the way will amplify the collective U.S. presence and spotlight your specific news.

Stay connected for news, details and even a few surprises as the show approaches to ensure you make the most of the opportunities, relationships and impact of exhibiting in the USA Partnership Pavilion at the Dubai Airshow 2021.

Experience more of what you're going for at the Dubai Airshow 2021!

Kallman Worldwide creates unique opportunities for you to strengthen business relationships in Dubai by maximizing your impact at the Dubai Airshow 2021. Learn about our exclusive program features here, and start planning to take advantage of them there.

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