Bahrain International Airshow was not just about the deals signed and partnerships agreed – it was also about the impressive aerial displays.

The airshow offered a feast for the eyes, with a truly spectacular show involving both static and flying aircraft.

Each afternoon saw the skies above Sakhir Air Base filled with the world’s most renowned air display teams.

Aerial showcases

There were showcases of the Gulf Air 787, RBAF, JF-17, Fursan Al Emarat, UAE Mirage 2000, RSAF Typhoon, USAF F-16 demo team, Global Stars, Red Arrows, DHL B767-300 Flypast, UAE F16, Saudi Hawks and P-8 flypast.

On the closing of BIAS 2022, His Excellency the Minister of Transportation and Telecommunications, Mohamed bin Thamer AlKaabi, said: “The event has witnessed fruitful visits and meetings, and we are looking forward to seeing the outcomes of the deals concluded by the firms during the airshow.

“We would also like to thank the sponsors, supporters, and all participants from delegations and companies for their trust in the airshow, and we look forward to seeing them again at the next Bahrain International Airshow.”

The Bahrain International Airshow will return 13-15 November 2024.
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