The Bahrain International Airport Development Forum 2016 (BIADF) which is set for 13th and 14th of April 2016, held at the Movenpick Hotel, Kingdom of Bahrain, is organized by Arabian Reach FZ LLC in association with Babylon International FZE, supported and hosted by Bahrain Airport Company; with the aim of offering the global airport industry, a networking and knowledge-sharing platform, several lucrative business opportunities in the ongoing airport development project in the Kingdom of Bahrain.
Champion Door, a manufacturer of very competitive fabric fold-up hangar doors for aircraft hangar installations and all large doorways – in all sizes from military planes to jumbo jets, will exhibit at the BIADF. With expertise in Door solutions, Champion Door’s elevating support posts are the best choice for extra wide and extra high doorways up to A380 aircrafts.
At BIADF, a demonstrable emphasis on quality and close customer collaboration that makes Champion Door a clear choice for industry operators around the world will be established. Champion Door fold-up hangar doors are designed by using 3D CAD software and always tailored to the customer’s needs and all products conform to current standards with longstanding tradition of designing and manufacturing high quality and reliable Doors.
The Bahrain International Airport Development Forum also provides an ideal business platform for the global airport fraternity to meet and network with KONE, SITA, KEMET, CEM SYSTEMS, SETEC, THALES, BFC GROUP, CAVOTEC, ROCKWELL COLLINS, BAYANAT ENGINEERING et al.
Don’t miss out on being part of the 2nd Annual Bahrain Airport Development Forum which will feature the Airport Modernization Program (AMP) at Bahrain International Airport with the aim to develop the country’s aviation infrastructure and build upon the aviation based economic development by increasing the capacity of the airport to handle 14 million passengers per annum.
BIADF 2016 – the Gate-Way to aviation professionalism with experienced cutting edge innovation and latest regional developments in the airport industry.