The Mohammed bin Rashid Aerospace Center (MBRAH) in Dubai South continues to achieve exceptional private jet movements, with a record 16,657 movements in 2023, a growth of 8% over 2022, marking the highest movements ever achieved in Dubai.
The growth in movements is attributed to several factors, including the celebration of the Dubai Airshow, COP28, and the inauguration of the new ExecuJet FBO and hangar. This impressive milestone reaffirms Al Maktoum International Airport’s position as the busiest airport for international business aviation movements in the Middle East.
2023 was also a successful year at MBRAH where several agreements were witnessed with new partners looking to set up their facilities in different areas to provide different MRO services including manufacturing of aircraft parts and structures, sealing and painting, supply of aircraft and AOG, and engine asset sourcing. and interior renovation of private aircraft.
Additionally, MBRAH’s aerospace supply chain MRO trade, which includes import, export and re-export, has increased and is expected to reach over AED 8 billion in the coming years, emphasizing the growth of activities. of MRO.
In your comments, Tahnoon Saif, CEO of MBRAHsaying:
“Last year marked an extraordinary milestone for us at MBRAH; Not only did we record the largest business aviation movements in history, but we also enriched our portfolio with new companies and announced the expansion of facilities.
These achievements underline the trust and immense value we offer through our cutting-edge infrastructure and world-class facilities, all within Dubai’s strategic embrace of the sector’s global growth. At MBRAH, our commitment remains, in perfect harmony with the strategy of our visionary leadership, to consolidate Dubai’s position as the aviation capital.”
MBRAH offers high-end connectivity to global aerospace players and is a free zone destination for the world’s leading airlines, private jet companies and associated industries. Located and developed in Dubai South, MBRAH also houses maintenance centers and training and education campuses.
News source: Dubai Press Office