The annual air show in Dubai began on November 14th. To a world still suffering from the effects of the pandemic. In addition, the aviation industry has been severely harmed by the coronavirus, but it is recovering. Initially, the aviation trade show’s stars were Boeing and Airbus. Competing for multibillion-dollar Gulf-based airline acquisitions and ironing out the last elements That, too, only minutes before two news conferences in a row. This year’s five-day display, on the other hand, is predicted to be more subdued than previous years. Because of the silence around flying and travel during the Covid-19 pandemic.
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The first day of the air show drew attention to defence and military weaponry. Russia and Israel were among the countries involved. The sale of 255 new aircraft to Indigo Partners’ low-cost carriers was the day’s biggest commercial agreement for Airbus. The agreement covers the purchase of 102 new planes by Hungary’s Wizz Air. Frontier Airlines in the United States has 91 seats, Volaris in Mexico has 39, and South American JetSmart has 23. A321neo and A321XLR aircraft are included in the deal. The deal would be worth more than $30 billion at pre-pandemic Airbus list prices.
Airbus has also received an order for two more A330 aerial refuelling planes. With the United Arab Emirates Air Force, the country’s Airbus multirole tanker transport fleet has grown to five. The Checkmate fighter jet from Russia was the highlight of the platform outside the exhibition hall. Which was displayed to the media in a specially constructed hanger. With a mirrored ceiling and a display of laser lights.