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Antalya to host Eurasia Airshow on April 25-29

  • Published by Ozgur Tore

eurasia airshowTurkish Mediterranean city of Antalya will host Eurasia Airshow on 25-29 April. Held under the auspices of the Turkish Presidency and Turkish Airlines as the main sponsor, Eurasia Airshow will bring together major players of the global aerospace industry.

Eurasia Airshow that will take place at Antalya International Airport has a wide exhibitor profile with civilian, commercial, and military aviation companies suppliers and foreign exhibitors make up nearly 70 percent of the participants.

The venue will offer a total area of 300,000 square meters, of which 50,000 square meters will be designated as indoor space. There will be also 65 business chalets and static/display exhibition area for more than 100 aircraft. The Eurasia Airshow aims to attract over 100,000 professional visitors from over 100 countries with more than 500 international exhibitors and 150 military and civilian delegations.

Qatar Airways Group Chief Executive, His Excellency Mr. Akbar Al Baker, said: “Qatar Airways is delighted to be participating for the first time at this year’s Eurasia Airshow. Visitors from across the world will be able to experience the five-star services and product provided by our airline. Turkey has always been one of our passengers’ preferred destinations, due to its ongoing growth in popularity for both business and leisure travel. As such, we have recently announced a non-stop service to Hatay, which commenced on 4 April. Hatay is our fifth destination within Turkey, reflecting the close relationship between the State of Qatar and Turkey. We are also tremendously excited to be launching a direct service to Antalya and Bodrum in June.”

The airline will be displaying the world’s most advanced passenger aircraft, the Airbus A350-1000, featuring the revolutionary Qsuite Business Class seat, Qsuite. Also on display during the airshow will be the Gulfstream G650 ER, a premium Qatar Executive aircraft and industry-leading, long-range business jet.

Qatar Airways currently operates direct flights to Istanbul’s Sabiha Gökçen Airport twice daily, to Istanbul Atatürk Airport 10 times weekly, to Adana Şakirpaşa Airport three times weekly, a daily service to Ankara’s Esenboğa Airport and three times weekly to Hatay Airport, bringing the total to 37 weekly flights between Doha and Turkey.

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