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Abu Dhabi to hold its first helicopter exhibition in 2016

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Tatjana Obrazcova

The capital of the UAE is due to hold Abu Dhabi Heli Expo 8-10th March next year, the first of its kind for the city.

The exhibition will feature a range of helicopters on display as well as holding associated conferences. 

Abu Dhabi is leading the growing helicopter market in the Middle East with offshore oil transportation provided by operators such as Falcon Aviation Services and Abu Dhabi Aviation.
The area also encounters helicopter activity such as VIP charters, corporate charters, 
offshore support, sighting seeing tourism, aerial photography, heavylift services, 
search and rescue and police and ambulance surveillance and rescue.
These will all be featured at the expo in March.


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