Alpha Star to Participate at Bahrain International Airshow

BNA Star Aviation; BIAS01.09.2022 Aviation & Space
Alpha Star to Participate at Bahrain International Airshow

Alpha Star to Participate at Bahrain International Airshow

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Bahrain International Airshow (BIAS) signed an agreement with the Saudi Public Investment Fund (PIF), represented by the Saudi company Alpha Star, to participate in this year’s airshow to be held from 09 to 11 November 2022, under the patronage of His Majesty King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa.

The signing, in line with the efforts of BIAS Supreme Organizing Committee and Personal Representative of His Majesty the King Abdullah bin Hamad Al Khalifa,  took place during Transportation and Telecommunication Minister Mohammed bin Thamer Al Kaabi's visit to Saudi Arabia.

The Minister stressed the growth of the aviation industry in the Middle East related to strengthening airport infrastructure, air navigation services, ground services, and others.

He further praised the development of BIAS at regional and international levels, Bahrain News Agency (BNA) reported.

Established in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, Alpha Star Aviation Services Company serves different groups of distinguished clients, both domestically and internationally, from many different sectors, including government agencies, private entities as well as individuals.

Alpha Star provides turnkey solutions for Aircraft Management, Air Ambulance, and Airports Management.

Organised by the Bahrain Ministry of Transportation and Telecommunications and the Royal Bahraini Air Force in association with Farnborough International, BIAS has been designed to reflect industry demands and will harness global expertise to provide thought leadership and opportunities across the leading challenges facing the aerospace sector.

Over the last 10 years, the Bahrain International Airshow has established itself as a leading event for aviation with more than 50,000 trade visitors expected in 2022 and some 215 military and civilian delegations in attendance. 


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