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Amirudin delivering his speech during Selangor Aviation Show’s (SAS 2021) official launch at The Saujana Hotel Kuala Lumpur in Subang on October 22, 2021. — Picture by AHMAD ZAKKI JILAN/SELANGORKINI

MB — Upcoming Selangor Aviation Show 2021 to draw 5,000 visitors

By Nasuha Badrul Huzaini

SHAH ALAM, Oct 22 — The Selangor Aviation Show 2021 (SAS 2021) is expected to draw at least 5,000 visitors during its three-day run, which runs from November 25 to 27 at the SkyPark Regional Aviation Centre in Subang.

The inaugural event will see the participation of 43 exhibitors, representing the world’s best in the aerospace and aviation industries, displaying their exhibits either on the tarmac or in exhibition booths at the venue.

The participating exhibitors include EMBRAER from Brazil, Dassault Aviation (France), ATS Turbine (United States of America), Swiss Aviation (Switzerland) and Turkish Aerospace Industries (Turkey).

Menteri Besar Dato’ Seri Amirudin Shari has encouraged the business and general aviation industry to work together with the state government, and to support the aviation show.

“Put aside the uncertainties and pessimism, grab the opportunity that SAS 2021 presents as a reset button for the industry, as we have started to recover from the pandemic,” he said.

With ‘Selangor, the Asean Business and General Aviation Hub’ chosen as the theme, the aviation show is designed as another forward-thinking initiative by the state for all relevant stakeholders to establish networks, hold a dialogue session as well as sharing their know-how related to the industry.

Interested trade visitors may plan their visits to SAS 2021 for three days whereas the public and students are encouraged to attend on the third day of the show.

Visitors are required to register and select their day of visit at htpps://selangoraviationshow.com

More information on SAS 2021 is available on Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn: @selangoraviationshow. 

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