BACA, the air charter broker association in the UK, is gearing up for the Air Charter Expo this year, with the organisation stating it will showcase some of the best in business aviation in the world.
A release from BACA noted “With many fixed wing and rotary aircraft already committed, the organisers are confident of approaching and beating the 29 aircraft static display from last year.
This year the static display will feature one of the largest collections of corporate aircraft ever assembled for a UK business aircraft event, with more than thirty aircraft expected to be on show.
Highlights will include a Cessna Citation Latitude, a Bombardier Challenger 650 and an Airbus A318. Visitors to ACE will be able to climb on board and explore a number of aircraft, taking in the different interior configurations, passenger capacities and incredible facilities on board.
There will also be more than 60 exhibitors from the business aviation sector, helping attendees and market participants to network and learn about each other’s’ businesses in a formal but friendly atmosphere.
In addition to the incredible line up of aircraft on the static display, ACE 18 also offers a series of training sessions and presentations on the key developments in business aviation.
Brokers will be able to learn more about “Best Practices” relevant to current issues such as on board Wifi, de-icing and credit card charges, all of which have seen changes in recent times.
Speaking about ACE 18, BACA Chairman Richard Mumford advises “ACE 18 is a one day show that offers visitors the opportunity to learn more about recent industry developments while at the same time see an impressive line up of exhibitors and aircraft.
BACA is really excited to see this event flourish and grow into a major fixture in the aviation calendar.
I look forward to welcoming a record number of business aviation executives to Biggin Hill on 11th September.”