About

About

kuwait Aviation Show

About

Kuwait aviation show

Welcome (Back) to Kuwait

New on the aviation scene, the inaugural Kuwait Aviation Show in January 2018 was a huge success and we are delighted to welcome the international aerospace business community back to the 2nd Kuwait Aviation Show from 15-18 January 2020, under the auspices of HH the Amir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmed Al-Jaber Al-Sabah.

KAS is hosted in the State of Kuwait, a highly integrated economy in both global and regional markets and considered a rising travel hub in the GCC, with well-established business infrastructure, low tax rates and low business costs.

The Kuwait Aviation Show provides an invaluable opportunity for high level networking and market penetration prospects with senior level military and civil delegations on site from a range of sectors including commercial and private aviation, defense and unmanned aerial systems. 

 

The aviation scene in Kuwait goes from strength to strength, with massive industry expansion in recent years, growing private enthusiasts, and extensive opportunity for growth:

What To Expect

K.A.S

Expect the world.  Our 2018 show saw attendance by over 100 delegates from national governments related to defence, security, defence personnel, armed services, security agencies and key industry decision makers representing dozens of countries.  In conjunction with participants, KAS invites a targeted list of guests to attend a structured framework of daily meetings to enhance your networking opportunities.  Kuwait presents extensive opportunities to grow your business and your client list.

$30billion

Government investment

US$30billion of Government investment spending in the aviation industry between 2017 and 2022, creating excellent opportunities for further industry growth.
25.9% increase
Spectacular 25.9% increase in passenger numbers in just two years
growth numbers
Passenger growth numbers predicted to double over seven years
25 million passengers
Airport capacity scheduled to increase to up to 25 million passengers per year on completion of the new Fosters + Partners designed terminal in 2023
30 new planes
Military fleet expansion with the purchase of 30 new planes
178% by 2023
Airport capacity expansion of 178% by 2023
aircraft usage
Potential to expand private aircraft usage