The 2022 European Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (EBACE2022) is Europe’s premier on-demand aircraft and advanced air mobility event and takes place from Monday 23 May to Wednesday 25 May 2022 at the Palexpo in Geneva, Switzerland, and the Geneva International Airport.
EBACE2022 will offer a glimpse into the future of aviation technologies and the range of aircraft that are set to shape the industry. Accordion to the organisers (NBAA & EBAA) these include “high-tech small aircraft through ultra-modern intercontinental jets, advanced air mobility and eVTOL aircraft, state-of-the-art avionics; and much more from all of the top aircraft manufacturers”
The event is a key meeting point for those who want to discover advanced technologies, aviation innovations, sustainability, and new avenues in the business aviation marketplace.
The National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) and European Business Aviation Association (EBAA) said: “This year's event marks the first in-person EBACE since 2019, and we are excited not only to get back together but to move ahead in an industry that is as dynamic and promising as ever.”
2022 European Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition- What to expect
Some of the key reasons to attend EBACE2022 include:
- View the newest avionics on-site
- Discovering new advanced aviation technologies - Exploring innovations and sustainability in aviation
- Network with new and existing partners in the private and commercial industry
- Learn the latest Original equipment manufacturer (OEM) innovations that could benefit the sector.
The organisers added that a host of “additional education sessions and events will focus on other priorities for the industry, ranging from operational challenges and regulatory matters to the latest safety guidelines and more.”
There will also be some vital keynote addresses at the events in 2022. A full lineup of sessions featuring experts and accounts from:
- Tennis star, advocate and aviator Martina Navratilova will speak on 23 May - the opening day of EBACE2022!
- Zara Rutherford, the youngest woman to fly solo around the world, will share her incredible journey.
- Pilot and Goodwill Ambassador for UN Refugee Agency UNHCR Maya Ghazal will tell how she overcame the hardships of being a young refugee from war-torn Syria to becoming the first female Syrian refugee pilot.
In addition, there will be as many as 50+ aircraft located at the Geneva International Airport for the 2022 European Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition with pistons, helicopters, turbo-props, and jet aircraft.
This aircraft display is expected to also feature the EBACE2022 debuts of two upcoming large-cabin intercontinental business jets.
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Future of Aviation and Air Mobility - EBACE2022
The event in May 2022 will showcase electric vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) manufacturers as well as promote advanced air mobility (AAM).
Some of the key exhibitors in this space include:
- Hydroplane Ltd.
- SAMAD Aerospace
The sectors will also be holding panel discussions at EBACE2022 and discuss whether Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) business aviation’s systems and structures are up to scratch for AAM, or if the operational, regulatory and physical infrastructure are ready for AAM?
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