Saudia Group had the largest Saudi pavilion at the 18th edition of the Dubai Airshow, held from 13 to 18 November, where it showcased the latest services and products in the aviation sector, including advanced business class seats and the latest travel amenity kits.
The fleet of Saudia Group was showcased at the airshow through two aircraft, the Saudia Boeing Dreamliner B787-10 and the flyadeal Airbus A320neo.
Saudia Group’s pavilion highlighted its use of new AI-based technologies to improve services provided to travelers.
Visitors to the exhibition had the opportunity to learn about Saudia Group’s subsidiaries and their outstanding performance at their hub, King Abdulaziz International Airport in Jeddah.
Additionally, Saudia Group’s pivotal role in contributing to achieving the targets of Saudi Vision 2030 was highlighted. These efforts include knowledge localization, industry support, and sustainability initiatives.
The Saudia Group’s pavilion included several subsidiaries, namely Saudia, Saudia Cargo, Saudi Ground Services Company, Saudia Academy, Saudia Logistics Services Company (SAL), Flyadeal Airlines, Saudia Technic, and Saudia Private.
This participation is the first of its kind for the Saudia Group after the launch of its new identity, and it highlighted the role of its companies as an integrated aviation ecosystem and their significant contribution to the aviation industry in the Middle East and the world through the international accreditations they have obtained and will continue to receive.
Dubai Airshow 2023 focused heavily on new technologies and innovations in the aerospace field.
It witnessed the launch of several anticipated initiatives and experiments in space, autonomous leadership, artificial intelligence, sustainability, and improving the passenger experience. Additionally, numerous agreements were made with industry partners to provide a better travel experience.
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