With most of the bosses having left Dubai Airshow after Day 3 or on Day 4 and no hot news to be expected, AirInsight has also left the airshow. It’s been great to catch up in person and meet people, being able to exchange views. So we look back on a successful airshow, although its commercial success didn’t compare to previous editions. But then what to expect at a time when the airline and aerospace industry are trying to recover from the worst crisis ever? We look back with some more pictures from the static display.
Sukhoi brought the SBJ business jet by Aurus to Dubai (Richard Schuurman)
This is inside of the Sukhoi SBJ. (Richard Schuurman)
Embraer had its Praetor on display. (Richard Schuurman)
The first Airbus ACJ320neo from Acropolis Aviation was also in Dubai. (Richard Schuurman)
Time to say goodbye to the 2021 Dubai Airshow. See you in 2023! (Richard Schuurman)
Active as a journalist since 1987, with a background in newspapers, magazines, and a regional news station, Richard has been covering commercial aviation on a freelance basis since late 2016.
In 2022, he has gone full-time freelance. Richard has been contributing to AirInsight since December 2018. He is also writing for Airliner World and Aviation News. From January 2023, he will add a part-time role with Dutch website and magazine Luchtvaartnieuws. Twitter: @rschuur_aero.