Malaysia holds its first Airshow in Selangor

A day after the start of the activities of the #DubaiAirshow, and two months before the Singapore Airshow, the local media in Malaysia announced the first airshow to be held at Subang Airport (SZB - WMSA) in the Malaysian state of Selangor.

The exhibition will be held from 25th to 27th November, with 25th and 26th are allocated to companies and organizations, while 27th for students and the public.

39 companies, training centers and Malaysian aviation organizations will participate in the exhibition. Exhibitors will present their activities including charter services, aircraft management and maintenance (MRO), drones and helicopters. A number of aviation training centers will also participate in the exhibition.

In the field of aircraft manufacturing, the French aircraft manufacturer Dassault and its local arm ExecuJet aircraft maintenance services are participating in the exhibition. The Brazilian manufacturer Embraer will also participate.

Among the exhibitors, is Swiss Aviation Consultant, which specializes in providing consultancy on everything related to civil aviation.

A number of non-profit organizations will participate in the exhibition, such as the Asian Business Aviation Association, Malaysia Aerospace Industry Association and Women in Aviation.

A number of aircraft will participate in the exhibition with a fixed show. An undisclosed Embraer aircraft will be displayed. As well as the Airbus A319. A number of helicopters will also be present, including the Bell 407GX and the AS350 Eurocopter.

Also on display will be the Bombardier LJ60 and the Dassault Falcon2000 XLS.

Remarkably, the list of exhibitors did not have the participation of any airlines, whether local, regional or international! It was also devoid of the names of the major aircraft makers such as Boeing, Airbus, or even the Chinese Comac.

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