EBACE 2017

07.06.2017

As the final day of the 2017 European Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (EBACE2017) wrapped up, organizers said the show was one of the most successful in recent memory, reinforcing its reputation as the industry’s most important event in Europe.

"Anyone who spent some days at EBACE can see the passion and professionalism that define this industry,” said EBAA CEO Brandon Mitchener. “This show was full of energy and excitement for the future, with amazing technology on display, in-depth policy discussions and more than a few deals closed. Business aviation in Europe is growing, and this show featured several new business models that offer new opportunities to grow the market further.”

NBAA President and CEO Ed Bolen agreed, stating: “This show was an all-around success for attendees, exhibitors and the entire industry. This week once again highlighted the enduring value of EBACE, and of business aviation around the world. Clearly, ours remains a forward-looking industry, and we are confident EBACE will continue to be an important part of its future.”

Bolen and Mitchener pointed to several indicators illustrating the strength of this year’s EBACE. For example:

  • EBACE2017 featured more than 400 exhibitors, representing nearly 40 different countries, on the show floor.
  • Many of the exhibitors unveiled new products and services at EBACE2017, and more than 450 journalists from Europe and around the world covered the event.
  • On static display were 56 aircraft, and three more aircraft were displayed inside the Palexpo exhibit hall. Several aircraft were at EBACE for the first time!
  • Panels and education sessions were held throughout the show covered timely and with important issues.

“This was an incredible show, from start to finish,” said Mitchener. “As EBACE draws to a close, I know that our industry faces real challenges and thrilling opportunities, and I am confident that business aviation in Europe will rise to the moment, and that our future is brighter than ever before.”

Next year’s EBACE will return to Palexpo and Geneva International Airport on May 29-31, 2018.

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07.06.2017

EBACE 2017

As the final day of the 2017 European Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (EBACE2017) wrapped up, organizers said the show was one of the most successful in recent memory, reinforcing its reputation as the industry’s most important event in Europe.

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