European Business Aviation Conference

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Event Date/Time: Nov 01, 2010 End Date/Time: Nov 02, 2010
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The General and Business Aviation sector is a rapidly growing sector in the extended European Union with a diverse fleet and in fact, represents around 50,000 motor-powered aircraft. Almost 14% of all aircraft movements registered by Euro control were attributable to the Corporate Aviation sector and this development should continue to progress since Business Aviation provides the much required mobility and flexibility for enterprises and individuals to increase productivity gains.

Today’s economy represents an altered playbook – one filled with fresh rules, challenges and opportunities that are available to corporations which are willing to test modern business practices, values and thinking patterns in order to succeed.

Following in the footsteps of the successful and well-attended Middle East Business Aviation Conference 2010, the European Business Aviation Conference (EBAC) 2010 offers a comprehensive two day program exploring the regional business aviation industry to seek solutions and address critical challenges in place such as extending EU competencies in the areas of safety and security, updating the Single European Sky and implementation of the new Air Traffic Management systems and the anticipated shortage of capacities along with the environmental impact of aviation.

EBAC 2010 is a unique platform for the exchange of ideas between key players of the industry on an international level which provides participants with an experience-driven learning opportunity using case-studies, presentations and interactive panel discussions with industry leaders.

Key topics of discussion at EBAC, 2010:

•Future trends into the International Business Jet Market originating from Europe
•Regulatory issues for operating from Europe into the Emerging market regions
•Emissions Trading and Carbon Offset Plans
•Sustainable Aircraft Fuel and it’s alternatives
•Airport Access – The Challenge for Business Aviation and Slot Control Methodology at a commercial airport vs. a business aviation airport
•Fleet Management and Financing in today’s world
•Implementation of Safety Management Systems (IS-BAO) in Europe with recent mandatory requirement

Attendees at EBAC, 2010:

Airframe Manufacturers, Operators, Private Air charter Brokers, Dealers, Distributors, FBOs, Equipment Suppliers, Industry associations, Aviation emergency and security services, IT specialists, helicopter service and support companies, Executive flight infrastructure and support facilitators, VIP handling services and support functions, Aircraft after sales specialists, Catering Suppliers, Regional and GA Airports, MRO Providers, Aviation Financiers, Flight Academies, Air Traffic Control Providers, Governments, Consultancies, Regulatory Bodies and All Conglomerates with their own fleet.

Do not miss this opportunity to be present at the regions leading Business Aviation event; come share your experience and knowledge, learn from the insights that will be provided by our notable speaker panel of aviation leaders, and network with your industry peers.