Dubai Airshow 2021 Will Also Welcome General Public

Reserved usually for the people in the aviation industry, the military fighter jets and large commercial aircraft will be on display during the Dubai Airshow 2021.

Highlights

  • Dubai Airshow 2021, which will start from November 14 and go on till November 18 will also allow general public to be a part of the event.
  • People interested in visiting the Dubai World Central can take free shuttle buses.
  • Access for the general public will be limited to the Skyview area and not the main Airshow exhibition hall.

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Dubai Airshow 2021

Dubai Airshow 2021, which will start from November 14 and go on till November 18 will also allow the general public to be a part of the event. This event is set to be the biggest airshow event in Dubai to date. The general public including families and children will be allowed to become a part of the event and view the daily flying displays from the purpose-built Skyview Grandstand, at Dubai World Central, Al Maktoum International Airport.

Reserved usually for the people in the aviation industry, the military fighter jets and large commercial aircraft will be on display during the Dubai Airshow 2021.

How to Register and Go to Dubai Airshow 2021?

You can enter your information and register for free tickets by going to this link - https://www.dubaiairshow.aero/skyview or @SkyviewDXB on Instagram.

People interested in visiting the Dubai World Central can take free shuttle buses operating from the Ibn Battuta Metro stations and Dubai Expo 2020. The Skyview Grandstand will be open from 1 pm to 5:30 pm from November 14 to November 18. Note that the access for the general public will be limited to the Skyview area and not the main Airshow exhibition hall.

Dubai Airshow 2021 Flying Teams

The flying teams include Al Fursan, the United Arab Emirates Air Force aerobatic display team; Russian Knights by the Russian Air Force; Surya Kiran, the aerobatics demonstration team of the Indian Air Force; Sarang, the helicopter air display team of the Indian Air Force; and the Saudi Falcons, a BAE Hawk-equipped Royal Saudi Air Force aerobatic team.

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