From missiles to aircraft, Dubai Airshow has it all

Aviation industry, both, in civilian and military segments came together to strut its stuff in Dubai Airshow which kicked off on Sunday. The aviation industry, hampered by Covid restrictions on travel and subsquent economic downturn, is still emerging from the show. The five-day event in Dubai is expected to attract 80,000 visitors.

Five-day exhibit

Dubai Airshow will go for five days from November 14 to November 18. The image shows weaponry and prototypes on display in the exhibit.
 

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Russian 'Checkmate'

A prototype of Sukhoi-75 Checkmate was on display at the airshow. It is Russia's new fifth-generation warplane. It is the prototype's first display outside Russia.

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Boeing CH-47 Chinook

Aviation giants like Boeing, Airbus along with others marked their presence in Dubai Airshow. Image above shows Boeing CH-47 Chinook twin-engined tandem rotor heavy-lift helicopter of the UAE's Joint Aviation Command (JAC)

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Weapons at the ready

Along with aircrafts, various type of weaponry was displayed. The photo shows a view of a missile on display at the booth of EDGE advanced technology group for defence.

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The missiles will strike you down

The photo shows Desert Sting DS-16 precision-guided glide weapon by Halcon, a part of the EDGE advanced technology group for defence.
 

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Rafale

French aviation major Rafale participated in the airshow as well. The image shows a pilot sitting in a French Dassault Rafale fighter jet 

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Boeing T-7 Red Hawk

This one is Boeing T-7 Red Hawk advanced jet trainer produced by Boeing in partnership with Saab.

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'ZEROe', the zero emission hybrid aircraft

"Airbus ZEROe" zero-emissions hybrid-hydrogen aircraft seen at the booth of European multinational aerospace corporation Airbus SE

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Airbus clinches mega-deal

This image shows Emirates Airbus A380 aircraft on the tarmac at the 2021 Dubai Airshow in the Gulf emirate. Airbus took a mega-order for 255 single-aisle A321 aircraft on November 14, 2021, the European plane-maker said in a statement

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