Static display at 2016 event set to feature up to 50 aircraft
With the MEBAA Show fast approaching, aircraft confirmations for the event are coming thick and fast with up to 50 business jets expected to be on display at the static park from 6-8 December at DWC, Airshow Site. Among those flying in from around the world will be several game-changing aircraft and a representation of industry favourites.
Exhibitors and visitors to the event can expect to see several Dassault Falcon 7X, from companies including Saudi Private Aviation and Jetcraft Corporation, while Qatar Executive will be displaying its flagship Gulfstream 650ER. 
The display will also feature several Boeing Business Jets, including Boeing’s own 737-700IGW, 757-200s from AvJet and Honeywell and a 757-200ER from Comlux. Airbus Corporate Jets will be showing an ACJ319 and Embraer Executive Jets plan to exhibit two Legacy aircraft – a Legacy 500 and a Legacy 650. Also on display from Diamond Aircraft will be a DA42-VI, a DA62 and a DA40 NG.
“The MEBAA Show has a well deserved reputation for being the place where the decision makers come together,” says Ali Ahmed Alnaqbi, Founding Chairman of the Middle East and North Africa Business Aviation Association (MEBAA). “With so many of the right people in one place, exhibitors know it is an opportunity to display their most impressive business jets. The aircraft that will be on the static display at the event demonstrate that this is the place to be.”
In addition to those aircraft already announced, many more will be on display when the MEBAA Show takes place at DWC, Airshow Site from 6-8 December 2016. More aircraft are regularly being added to the display list, for this and further information, please visit

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