Unmanned flying vehicles are growing in popularity all over the world. The technology is developing quickly with drones able to fly further and carry ever heavier payloads. But will the skies above our heads be safe? CNBC's David Reid investigates.
UAE military officials have previously expressed their desire for the fifth generation, or stealth, technology.
The order is crucial for the American aerospace giant, whose sales have been badly hit in the last year following its catastrophic 737 Max crashes.
The order brings Boeing's total jet orders to 65, just over one-third of those of Airbus so far.
The Flynas order adds to Airbus' raft of major wins this week as it eclipses rival Boeing.
Boeing's total of $5.6 billion in orders at the Dubai Air Show so far pales in comparison to the tally of Airbus.
"Anti-President Trump" sentiment in the U.S. could become a barrier to American investment in space exploration, according to astronaut Al Worden.
R. Clarke Cooper, assistant secretary to the U.S. Bureau of Political-Military Affairs discusses the cooperation between the U.S. and the UAE.
Turkey-based leisure airline SunExpress exercised options for an additional 10 Boeing 737 Max planes, an endorsement of the jets that have been grounded since mid-March after two fatal crashes.
Air Arabia has signed a firm order for 120 Airbus aircraft, the European plane-maker has announced.
Emirates has ordered 50 Airbus A350 jets, the Dubai state-owned airline announced at the Dubai Air Show on Monday.
Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum discusses the Airbus A350 order and the UAE's aviation sector.
Hyperloop isn't set to threaten the aviation industry anytime soon, a senior Boeing executive told press during the Dubai Air Show.
Al Worden, Apollo 15 Command Module Pilot, discusses the cooperative effort between the UAE and other countries.
Guy Diedrich, vice president and global innovation officer at Cisco, discusses the development of smart cities.
Faisal al Bannai discusses the oil sector and the impact of Saudi Aramco attacks on the oil price.
It's a tragedy, it is an issue for Boeing to resolve, says Airbus Chief Commercial Officer Christian Scherer.
Only two jets were sold on the opening day of the 2019 Dubai Airshow — a dramatic drop from previous years.
One of the top foreign buyers of American-made weapons — the UAE — is investing in a massive effort to build out its own military capabilities.
"It's a tragedy ... it is not good for competitors to see problems on any one particular airplane type," Airbus CCO Christian Scherer told CNBC.