Falcon to showcase fleet at Abu Dhabi expo
Abu Dhabi, September 9, 2012
Falcon Aviation Services (FAS), a leading private aviation company based at Al Bateen Executive Airport, will showcase its fleet to the 10,000 visitors expected at an upcoming aviation event in Abu Dhabi.
Falcon has also become the first official partner of the exhibition – the second annual General Aviation Exhibition in the Middle East: Abu Dhabi Air Expo. The event will take place from March 5 to 7 at Al Bateen Executive Airport.
Falcon’s fleet on display will include Embraer Lineage 1000, Legacy 600, Gulfstream 450, Bell 412EP & Bell 206L3, Agusta 109S & Agusta 109SP, Eurocopter AS365 N3, Eurocopter EC-135 Hermes & Eurocopter EC 130.
“FAS is excited at the opportunity to display the fleet and to highlight our range of services here in Abu Dhabi. We look forward to working with the team at Al Bateen and the Air Expo is a clear indication of the growth that the aviation sector is having in Abu Dhabi,” said Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan bin Khalifa Al Nahyan, FAS’ chairman and CEO.
'We are delighted to have Falcon Aviation Services as a Gold Sponsor for this, the second Abu Dhabi Air Expo,' said Yousif Al Hammadi, chairman of Abu Dhabi Air Expo.
'Not only has this very dynamic Gulf company offered us its support by becoming a Gold Sponsor, it will also enable visitors to discover all of the business aviation possibilities and services offered by FAS, thanks to the presence of its VIP configured aircraft and the proximity of the company’s modern new facilities here at Al Bateen,' he added. – TradeArabia News Service
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