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Iran Kish Air Show

Kish Air Show
نمایشگاه هوایی کیش
Genre Commercial Air Show
Venue Kish International Airport
Location(s) Kish Island, Persian Gulf
Coordinates
Country Iran
Established 2002
Attendance 120
Activity Aerobatic Displays
Static Displays
Organized by Kish Free Zone Organization
Website
/en.ir.iran-airshowwww

The Kish Airshow also known as Persian Gulf Airshow is an aviation airshow held on Kish Island, Iran. Its first airshow was in 2002 on Kish island, where 11 foreign companies participated from France, Russia, United Kingdom, Ukraine, Germany, Czech Republic, Italy, The Netherlands, Pakistan, Slovakia and Switzerland. Its second airshow was held in 2005. One hundred companies participated, making the airshow nearly five times larger than in 2002. Because of this success in 2005, it was decided to launch another airshow in the year after. Downplaying U.S. sanctions on Iran, during the 2005 airshow, Iran signed a $980 million contract for the purchase of 25 Fokker aircraft with the Dutch company. The foreign participating countries in 2005 included Germany, Australia, France, United Kingdom, Italy, The Netherlands, Russia, Ukraine, Switzerland, Sweden, Belgium, Malaysia, and United Arab Emirates.

Air shows

# Place Date Details
1 Kish, Iran
30-10-2002 until 3-11-2002
26 international and Iranian aviation companies participated.
2 Kish, Iran
18-01-2005 until 21-01-2005
100 international and Iranian aviation companies participated.
3 Kish, Iran
24-11-2006 until 1-12-2006
4 Kish, Iran
28-10-2008 until 31-10-2008
5 Kish, Iran
9-11-2010 until 12-11-2010
Representatives from more than 120 international aviation companies, including companies based in the United States, the United Kingdom and Italy, reportedly are expected to attend.
6 Kish, Iran
11-12-2012 until 14-12-2012
A large number of domestic companies active in the aviation, aerospace, airlines and the other related industries and universities as well as foreign companies took part at the fourth Iran Kish Air Show and exhibited a vast range of products, systems and services in the aviation and air space fields. These events received a warm welcome from the trades and specialists.
7 Kish, Iran
18-11-2014 until 21-11-2014
A large number of domestic companies active in the aviation, aerospace, airlines and the other related industries and universities as well as foreign companies took part at the fourth Iran Kish Air Show and exhibited a vast range of products, systems and services in the aviation and air space fields. [1]

Iranian market

In 2010, Iran's Defense Ministry said it will begin the production phase of a domestically-manufactured medium-size passenger plane designed to carry up to 150 passengers.[2] With a population of 70 million, Iran needs to have 6,300 airplanes while it does not possess more than nine aircraft for every one million individuals.[3]

See also

References

  1. ^ http://www.iran-airshow.ir/en
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External links

  • Official Website
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