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UAE Crown Prince visits Israel Aerospace Industries booth at Dubai Airshow

(Dubai, UAE) – Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the Crown Prince of Dubai, visited the Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) booth at the Dubai Airshow on Sunday, Nov. 14.

Crown Prince Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, center left, with IAI vice president Sharon Biton, center right.

IAI is exhibiting at the prestigious Dubai Airshow throughout the week. The company is showcasing its state-of-the-art aviation systems, which include products aimed at civil aviation, special-mission aircraft and space systems.

The opportunity for IAI to broaden its strategic collaboration in the region was made possible by the signing of the historic Abraham Accords more than a year ago. The company hopes to sign new cooperation agreements with local companies and to expand its existing partnerships, which include the UAE’s Etihad Engineering and Bahrain’s Gulf Air.  

“A year after the signing of the Abraham Accords, IAI is thrilled to participate in the Dubai Airshow and to broaden cooperation with business partners in the Gulf region,” said IAI CEO and president Boaz Levy. “Already in the last year, IAI exhibited in Dubai CyberTech and in IAC Dubai, sharing our innovative cyber and space solutions. We believe that there are countless opportunities to work together, share our knowledge, and develop new defense and civilian solutions with our partners in the UAE and broader Gulf region, and together, to create a brighter future.”

(Editor’s note: an earlier cutline incorrectly identified the IAI official with the Crown Prince as CEO and president Boaz Levy. The CCJN regrets the error.)

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