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Dubai Aviation Engineering Projects (DAEP) extends support to Airport Show

Dubai Aviation Engineering Projects (DAEP) extends support to Airport Show

Dubai Aviation Engineering Projects (DAEP), tasked with the multi-billion dollar airport and aviation-related infrastructure developments in the Emirate of Dubai, has extended its support to world’s leading B2B airport industry event that Dubai will be hosting in May 2014.

The government body, overseeing the massive developments of Dubai International Airport, Al Maktoum International Airport and Dubai World Central (DWC), has confirmed its participation in the Airport Show 2014 which will be the first major gathering of airports industry decision-makers after Dubai won the bid to host the Expo 2020.

Suzanne Al Anani, Chief Executive Officer, DAEP, said: “Our participation at Airport Show 2014 contributes to our ultimate goal of serving the region’s thriving aviation industry, as the event gathers the world’s leading brands that provide state-of-the-art technologies and solutions that become part of new standards in airport and aviation-related infrastructure development.”

She added: “As a world-class organization, we focus on bringing together the brightest minds, applying engineering ingenuity and deploying cutting edge technologies, to deliver state of the art solutions for the aviation industry. From master-planning record breaking developments, addressing challenging circumstances through innovative solutions to conducting complex technical studies, our projects enable economies to flourish, businesses to grow and bring people together.”

DAEP joins over 250 leading global companies showcasing their technical knowledge and practical experience to 7,000 attendees, 100 hosted buyers and over 100 regional aviation authorities expected to attend the event, from May 11 to 13 at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre. The Airport Show provides the ideal platform to view the latest technologies, network with key officials and discuss solutions that will meet the requirements of over US$100 billion worth of regional airport expansion and modernization.

Daniyal Qureshi, Event Director, Airport Show, said: “The Airport Show 2014 will be a mega event given the focus on aviation in the light of Dubai’s preparedness for Expo 2020 and other airports expanding in the region at a similar pace. It is our pleasure to welcome the continued support of the Dubai Aviation Engineering Projects (DAEP). DAEP officials will be present at the show and will be pre-scheduling meetings with Airport Show exhibitors to talk about their developments and how global airport suppliers can do business with them.”

The DAEP has announced a variety of future projects it will be overseeing at Dubai International Airport and Al Maktoum International Airport at Dubai World Central. These includes general airport support facilities such as maintenance sheds, fire stations and hangers and specialised airport facilities such as cargo handling facilities, terminals and concourses. The other categories cover airport infrastructure projects, such as runways, stands, and navigation systems, specialised airport systems, including SAS, BHS, MHS, and IT infrastructure.

The 14th edition of the Airport Show will be held under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, President of Dubai Civil Aviation Authority (DCAA), Chairman of Dubai Airports and Chairman and Chief Executive of Emirates Airline and Group, and with the support of DCAA, Dubai Airports and Dubai Aviation Engineering Projects (DAEP) among others.

Dubai is expected to invest over US$ 7.8 billion in new infrastructure to host Expo 2020. Dubai Airports has been “preparing” itself to double the emirate’s passenger handling capacity to 200 million passengers a year by 2045, up from the current target of 100 million a year by 2020.
Dubai International Airport would hit capacity in 2018 at around 90 million passengers. A fourth concourse is under construction, after the opening of the Airbus A380-dedicated Concourse A brought the capacity of the world’s second busiest international airport to up to 75 million