Dubai Air Show #BusinessBreakfast

One of the largest and most significant aerospace events in the world, the 2017 edition of the Dubai Air Show is sure to set the business world a-flutter. With billion dollar deals par for the course and show stopping announcements a daily deal, it is no wonder that Dubai Eye wants to be at the very centre of the action. This week, as well as broadcasting live from the Emirates Airline chalet, the Business Breakfast team has been talking to every one who is any one in the world of aviation importance…

Adnan Mohammed Al Rais, Director of the Remote Sensing Department at the Mohammed bin Rashid Space Centre, tells us why and how they intend to get up close and personal with the planet Mars. 

Ghaith al Ghaith, CEO of flydubai, tells us why the new 737 Max aircraft is a game changer, and the challenge of getting Middle East business travellers to choose a low cost airline.

Richard Dean speaks to us live from the 2017 Dubai Airshow.

Peter Baumgartner, CEO of Etihad Airways, gives us an exclusive interview on the first day of Dubai Airshow. We talk the 4th industrial evolution, the future of in-flight meals and the demise of Etihad’s investments in Alitalia and Air Berlin. 

Sir Tim Clark, President of Emirates Airline, gives us the first-hand take on Emirates’ new $15 billion plane order, and other EK news.

Paul Griffiths, CEO of Dubai Airports, joins us live in studio on Day 2 of the Dubai Airshow. Malcolm and Brandy are down in the action talking to the great and the good of the aviation world.

Captain Abdulla Al Hammadi, Vice President at Emirates Flight Training Academy, gives Richard some inside info as he goes behind the scenes at the academy.

Holger Ostheimer, CEO of DC Aviation Al Futtaim, looks at the private jet market. We find out why they’re opening a second hangar at Dubai World Central airport.

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