MATARAT Holding Company announced its sponsorship of the Future Aviation Forum, which will be held during the period from 9 to 11 May, at the King Abdulaziz International Conference Center in Riyadh as a gold sponsor, also, the forum will have the generous patronizing of The Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud  - may God protect him -.

The forum, which will be attended by several transport ministers, heads of civil aviation authorities and specialists from international and regional organizations concerned with the civil aviation sector, will discuss investment opportunities in the civil aviation sector and highlight the possibility of investing in promising opportunities and expanding in the aviation sector to achieve the sector's strategic vision to be a center for global aviation. The forum is concerned with several specialized sessions on investment opportunities and the contribution of civil aviation to economic growth. The session will focus on participants from the private sector and their perspectives on investment opportunities in the field of aviation in the Kingdom, in addition to the three main themes of the forum, which are "innovation, sustainability and growth" as the main axes and influential in the civil aviation industry.

The forum provides the opportunity to participate in the world of aviation in the Kingdom amid unprecedented opportunities, after the rapid developments witnessed by the sector to be a center for global aviation and the most prominent in the Middle East, in addition to encouraging the conclusion of commercial deals, unifying global efforts to develop the air transport industry and formulating policies and regulations in keeping with global developments and changes.

It is noteworthy that the Future Aviation Forum will be launched in the presence of elite representatives of the civil aviation sector around the world, and the high-level civil aviation leaders from various countries and organizations, as well as CEOs of a several international air transport companies, and a group of businessmen with the participation of more than 120 speakers, and 40 sessions spread over three days to explore the future of aviation.