Why Visit?

The Space Pavilion returns to the Dubai Airshow this year with new features and activations including Space Tech Talks, Women in Space and the Space Pavilion itself will be showcasing new technologies.

Space Tech Talks

Dates: 18 November 2019
Location: DWC, Dubai Airshow Site
Times: 10:00 - 14:00

Women in Space will bring top female experts who will explore the latest R&D, case studies and advancements in space. These dynamic discussions will shape the industry by fostering and promoting the ever-growing opportunities open to women in space.

Tech Talks

Dates: 19 November 2019
Location: DWC, Dubai Airshow Site 
Times: 10:00 - 14:00

The Space Tech Talks will be jam packed with ideas, innovations and technology! Space Agencies talk about the New Space Economy and redefining business models to boost space mission success. Leaders at the forefront of the sector unveil advancements in; rocket tech, investments, satellite communication and collaboration.  

Space Pavilion

Dates: 17 - 21 November 2019
Location: DWC, Dubai Airshow Site 
Times: 10.00 – 17.30

Industry players from across the world will be exhibiting at the exciting Space Pavilion. Space Agencies will be there to showcase their countries’ latest scientific advancements, technology development and case studies from their members. In addition, technology and engineering companies will showcase the latest innovations in commercial space.


This event is aimed at the global space sector as well as the wider aerospace industry that utilise space technology and services. As it takes place within the Dubai Airshow, attendees can also take advantage of all the show has to offer including products and solutions from 1,300 exhibitors, up to 165 Aircraft on the static park and a world class flying display.

The 2019 edition will see a number of dedicated feature areas and conferences return to the show along with some new additions: Cargo Connect, Global Air Traffic Managment and of course Space Pavilion and Tech Talks.

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Who should attend?

  • Aerospace associations
  • Aerospace consultancies
  • Data mining and software management
  • Engineering services
  • Environmentalists and earth observation
  • Global positioning system providers
  • Investors and financial advisors
  • Launch services
  • Ministries of education
  • Robotic companies and experts


  • Satellite manufacturing
  • Satellite operations
  • Scientific research and development
  • Security providers
  • Small sat developers
  • Space centres, space stations and space labs
  • Space exploration
  • Start ups
  • Subsystem suppliers
  • Telecommunication and broadband providers
  • Universities and educations institutions