Egis celebrates the return of the Airport Show 2021 in Dubai

From the 24th to the 26th of May, Egis took part in the Airport Show Hybrid+ 2021 in Dubai. Last year the event was cancelled due to the global pandemic, thus exhibitors and visitors alike were eager to take part in a physical event.

The Airport Show gathered numerous organizations from the airport and aviation industry, including leading suppliers of airport technologies and innovations, airport management, engineering companies, immigration, passenger safety organizations and more, all showcasing top innovations in airport operations and aviation logistics.

Egis had multiple industry experts as well as business development managers on the stand hosting existing and potential clients.

Meanwhile Egis Middle East’s Regional Aviation Director and CCO, Jacques Khoriaty and Middle East Principal Aviation Consultant, Ivan Baruta were key panelists at the show’s sessions in the Global Airport Leaders Forum. The topics they took part in were Delivering a seamless kerb to destination experience to passengers within the Airport Passenger Experience and Driving efficiency through airspace design at the ATC Forum.

“The Airport Show delivers every year. It provides an outstanding platform for networking and showcasing new technologies” said Jacques Khoriaty. Egis CEO Alaa AbuSiam added: “As an industry leader, Egis continues to secure new engagements. I am confident that the aviation industry will provide many more opportunities in the coming months, especially for those solutions that are sustainable, flexible and low risk. Given our experience and expertise, we are well-placed to deliver”.

The great response to the show indicates that Dubai is leading the industry’s road to recovery. The team received many business enquiries throughout the three show days, participating in live and digital networking sessions.

Overall, the Airport Show was a great way to gather information about the latest technologies and services, as well as meet industry leaders and high-level policy makers from across the aviation industry.