Under the Patronage of His Royal Highness


Chairman of the Saudi Space Commission
Founder and Chairman of Saudi Aviation Club

Join the leaders in the aerospace industry

16-17-18 February 2021

Riyadh, KSA

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Plan your visit

Ensure you plan your trip in advance.

Situated just outside of Riyadh, Thumamah Airport will host the second edition of the Saudi International Airshow. This is in response to a huge demand from key industry professionals. The event, which is hosted biennially, will be held from 16th to 18th February 2021 and will bring together the world’s aviation and aerospace experts and industry players to Saudi Arabia.


General information



Tuesday 16th February

 10am to 6pm

Wednesday 17th February

 10am to 6pm

Thursday 18th February

 10am to 4pm

*Please note that timings are subject to change


Entry price per day :

USD 50 (SAR 200) on site, or by invitation

Car Parking


Several car parking areas are provided nearby the exhibition.


Food & Beverages

Book Accomodation

Food & beverage outlets are available on site.


Hotels close to Saudi International Airshow Exhibition : Hilton Riyadh Hotel & Residences, Double Tree by Hilton Riyadh Al Muroj, Holiday Inn Riyadh Izdihar, Braira Qurtubah Hotel, Madareem Crown, Marriott Riyadh Airport Hotel, Fairmont Business Gate, Melissa Hotel Riyadh


Dress Etiquette


Due to the conservative nature of the Islamic religion and practice in Saudi Arabia, travellers are advised to observe the following dress code when in public places :

  • Men should wear long trousers/pants. Shirts should not be open below the collar bone. For business meetings, a conservative suit is expected

  • Women are expected to dress conservatively. It is required to wear an Abaya, which is a long robe, usually black, that covers most of their body. Please select clothes that cover arms and shoulders, and opt for long trousers in place of shorts.

Meeting & Greeting

A handshake is a generally accepted form of meet and greet.
Due to the conservative nature of the Saudi society, men and women are reserved in their interaction in public.
It is common for a Saudi to greet each person individually with a handshake while standing. Close male counterparts kiss on each cheek.
It is uncommon for men to shake hands with women, unless women offer their hand first.
Always use the right hand when engaging in a handshake, as the left hand is considered impolite. 

 Passport and Business card or Aviation work ID are required

(no entry pass will be granted without these documents).

The Saudi International Airshow is strictly a trade event :

  • business attire and national dress only.

  • No admittance to anyone under the age of 18.

The Organisers reserve the right to refuse admission.

Shuttle service is available to and from select hotels during the exhibition.