MEBAA SHOW MOROCCO SET TO EXPLORE OPPORTUNITIES IN 2015

MEBAA Show Morocco – the inaugural Middle East Business Aviation Association Show set to be held at Casablanca's Mohammed V International Airport from 1-2 September 2015, is set to bring together business aviation professionals from across the region in the show held under the patronage of HE Abdelaziz Rabbah, the Moroccan minister of Equipment and Transport.

MEBAA Show Morocco – the inaugural Middle East Business Aviation Association Show set to be held at Casablanca's Mohammed V International Airport from 1-2 September 2015, is set to bring together business aviation professionals from across the region in the show held under the patronage of HE Abdelaziz Rabbah, the Moroccan minister of Equipment and Transport.

Morocco has been identified as the most active business aviation market, accounting for 50% of all North African aircraft movements, in a study by WINGX commissioned by the Middle East and North African Business Aviation Association (MEBAA).

“The event recognises the burgeoning aviation industry in Morocco and recent investments by OEM’s, particularly those in business aviation” says Ali Al Naqbi, Founding Chairman of MEBAA. “Current trends predict business aircraft movements in the region could reach 22,750 by the end of this year, and we are pleased to be launching MEBAA Morocco Show next year to allow exhibitors to access this growing market.”

In addition, the event will help to introduce and reinforce business aviation to local officials and prospective owners and operators, and help address transport issues faced by the region. More specifically in the aerospace and business aviation industries the government has recognised the potential for employment and development offered by the industry and is actively investing in creating an attractive environment for manufacturers to establish themselves in.

Organised by F&E Aerospace on behalf of MEBAA, the inaugural event will also host the MEBAA conference, a platform for business aviation professionals to meet, network and explore opportunities. The two-day outdoor event will feature a static display area, and around 50 exhibitors plus 25 aircraft in a static display.
 

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