Enterprise Ireland Launches Irish Aviation House At Dubai Airshow
Enterprise Ireland launched a new collaborative concept called Irish Aviation House at this year's Dubai Airshow.
As reported in an article written by International Market Adviser for the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region at Enterprise Ireland Alan O'Mahony that was published by The Irish Independent, Irish Aviation Houses brings together the best of Ireland's aviation and aerospace ecosystem under the one roof.
Pavilion, Aim And Attention
Enterprise Ireland's pavilion at this year's Dubai Airshow was reportedly designed to showcase the strength of Irish aviation stakeholders in every area of the industry, such as MRO, aircraft interiors, training and recruitment, technology, aerospace manufacturing, drones and, of course, aircraft leasing.
Enterprise Ireland's aim is reportedly to build stronger ties between Irish aviation and aerospace companies and global aircraft lessors headquartered in Ireland. O'Mahony wrote in his article, "We have an incredibly strong complementary offering, which along with our traditional strengths, makes up a truly compelling offer for aviation stakeholders."
Irish Aviation House is reportedly already attracting a lot of attention from leading airlines and companies in the Middle East and worldwide.
O'Mahony wrote in his article, "This attention will be strengthened further by Enterprise Ireland's hosting of a symposium event in conjunction with IATA, hosted by Tánaiste and Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment Leo Varadkar.
"Attendees already confirmed include CEOs from some of the world’s biggest airlines, including Emirates, Fly Dubai, Egypt Air, Kenya Airways and Kuwait Airways. With such huge global interest, the sky really is the limit for these leading Irish aviation companies."
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