Date announced for 10th Aviation Business Awards

Prestigious event to take place in Dubai on October 12
The winners took to the stage during the Aviation Business Awards 2015.
The winners took to the stage during the Aviation Business Awards 2015.

The date for the 10th annual Aviation Business Awards has been announced.

The prestigious event, which has celebrated the achievements of the aviation industry across the Middle East for the past decade, is to take place on October 12, 2016.

Organised by UAE-based magazine publisher ITP Business, the awards look to highlight those leading the Middle East aerospace industry.

Since the inaugural Aviation Business Awards in 2007, the event has continued to be a monumental success and leveraged the breadth and experience of ITP’s market leading transportation magazines — including Aviation Business, and Logistics Middle East.

This year’s award ceremony will include 14 categories in total, covering the airline, airport and cargo sectors, in addition to the return of the Travel Agent/Tour Operator of the Year, which made its debut last year.

Nominations will soon open online for all categories, before being passed to a prestigious panel of experts, selected from within the Middle East aerospace industry, to debate and assess.

For further information and to book your seats at the Aviation Business Awards 2016, email

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