Spectacular aerobatic stunts will be performed by Indian fighter jets at next month’s Bahrain International Airshow (BIAS). It will be the first time the fighter jets, called, will be flown outside India’s airspace.
Furthermore, under the Directives of Sheikh Abdullah bin Hamad Al Khalifa, Personal Representative of His Majesty the King and Chairman of the Supreme Organizing Committee for the Bahrain International Airshow 2016 (BIAS), Ministry of Transportation and Telecommunications’ Acting Undersecretary of Civil Aviation Affairs, Mr. Ahmed Al Nemah, received the Ambassador of the Republic of Sudan to Bahrain, Dr. Abdul Rahman Khalil and signed an agreement for Sudan’s participation in BIAS 2016.
Under the agreement, Sudan’s aviation services and products will be showcased by Safat Aviation Group in BIAS Exhibition Feature Hall.
On this occasion, Mr. Al Nemah praised the standard of Sudan's aviation industry and its achievements in establishing an integrated system covering all aspects of aviation, reflecting the country’s dedication to building a world class aviation industry.
Dr. Khalil commended the role of Bahrain in contributing to the region's economic development and hosting such international events, as it provides opportunities for international companies to keep abreast of new developments in the airline industry.
The BIAS 2016 will be hosted at Sakhir Airbase in the Kingdom of Bahrain from 21 to 23 January 2016. The event is organized by the Ministry of Transportation and Telecommunications in cooperation with the Bahrain Royal Air Force, in collaboration with Farnborough International Limited.