How to do aerospace business in the Middle East

09:30 - 12:30, Delcam, Birmingham, B10 0HJ

7 Oct 2010, 09:30 - 12:30 followed by buffet lunch and optional factory visit.

Delcam, Birmingham, B10 0HJ. 

Organised by MAA, Middle East Aerospace Consortium, Delcam


The Middle East aerospace and aviation industry is expanding at a rapid rate with 1,580 new aircraft to be delivered to the region over the next 10 years as predicted by Boeing. 

60% of all wide bodied aircraft being manufactured are destined for the Middle East with $42 billion being spent on airport infrastructure. Vast expenditure is being committed on defence, security, space and satellites.Opportunities exist for all types of companies to do business in the region.

This half-day course provides information as to where the opportunities are in all areas and also provides the top 10 tips for winning business.

  • Introduction to the Middle East
  • Why the Middle East is so important
  • Interesting facts
  • Airline overview
  • Airport overview
  • Business aviation
  • MRO
  • Security
  • Defence
  • Training
  • Manufacturing
  • Al Ain aerospace cluster
  • Top 10 tips
  • Question and answer session


John Ellis


Course presenter is John Ellis, CEO of Middle East Aerospace Consortium which is helping more than 100 international companies to do business in the Middle East.