THE 2013 EBACE SHOW – RECAP

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The 2013 EBACE SHOW in Geneva, Switzerland

2013 EBACE SHOW in Geneva, Switzerland

The 2013 EBACE SHOW
Each year, the European Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (known as the EBACE Air Show), garners tremendous interest in the aviation world. It is the only major European event focused solely on business aviation.

It was held over 3 days in May this year in Geneva, Switzerland. EBACE introduces every new and improved aircraft under the sun and is attended by business leaders, government officials, manufacturers, corporate aviation personnel, and all manner of people involved in aviation.

Nearly 500 exhibitors, including new business aircraft firms, avionics firms, handling companies, fractional providers, charter/lease companies and aircraft re-sellers, displayed their wares. More than 60 aircraft, including every major business aircraft in current production, was on display.

This huge event was attended by participants from Africa, Asia, Middle East and North America, as well as Europe. It was held at the Palexpo, which covers more than 100,000 square meters over seven different halls, and is within 10 minutes of Geneva – right next to EBACE Static Display Geneva International Airport, a railway station and a major highway.

One of the most exciting new aircraft shown this year is the Bombardier Challenger 300 —a super mid-size business jet crafted for true US coast to coast range with ample room on board.

The Challenger 300 is the holder of 5 over-water and transcontinental US records. The result of extensive research to meet the business traveler’s needs, it also leads the super-midsize class in all-around economics, offering enduring value with advanced on-board technologies and efficiency.

A true executive office for the skies, it is sophisticated and extremely comfortable, both rugged and refined, with outstanding reliability, built for the long haul and crafted with ingenuity and vision for tomorrow’s corporate needs — a Challenger in every way.