Sakhir Air Base, Bahrain 2014 will host the

Bahrain International Air Show (BIAS) on the 16-18th January 2014

Mark Jefferies Air Displays will again be bringing his stunning, constantly moving very dynamic air show to the Kingdom. Mark is very proud to be chosen to display at BIAS for the 3rd time. This will be the 4th occasion he has flown in the Kingdom of Bahrain, the other being the opening ceremony of the 60th year of the F1 race season in 2010.

The Bahrain International Airshow (BIAS) is established as an elite business-to-business event on the global Airshow calendar. Held at the Sakhir Airbase, BIAS is a biennial event. 2014 being the third occasion.

BIAS 2014 has a new Pavilion dedicated to Airport, Security and Surveillance.

The Bahrain International Airport will see major development plans which will transform the travel and aviation business opportunities within the Kingdom.  This investment worth in excess of US $1bn will provide much needed capacity to the existing terminal with additional gates, passenger amenities and upgrades in safety and security measures.
The GCC Countries alone are predicting an investment of over US$45 billion into the aviation sector across the next five years. The requirement for aviation security and border surveillance knowledge and technology has increased dramatically and is rapidly emerging as an important high growth sector.
As BIAS 2014 will offer a unique opportunity to showcase your products and services in front of the Bahrain Ministry of Transportation, Bahrain Airport Company and other airport operators from within the Gulf region, we are pleased to introduce the Airport, Security and Surveillance Pavilion. The Pavilion, located in the heart of the show, will provide exhibiting and demonstration opportunities within one of the world’s most prestigious aviation events.
The exciting new Pavilion will cover 1000 sq m comprising shell scheme and self-build exhibition areas, a networking lounge and a live indoor flying arena for the demonstration of micro-UAS and surveillance equipment.
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