France Air Expo returns to Lyon-Bron airport in June 2021

posted on 10th December 2020 by Eddie Saunders
France Air Expo returns to Lyon-Bron airport in June 2021

“We were warmly welcomed by Pierre Marnotte, director of Lyon-Bron airport, and his team, who share the same passion and commitment as us for setting up a great event in 2021,” enthused Didier Mary, the event organiser. The hosting at Lyon-Bron has already created a strong partnership between the airport and the organisers, with both sharing the ambition of successfully promoting the event and positioning Lyon-Bron as one of France’s preferred airports for private aviation.

An exhibition for the aviation of the future 

General Aviation has always been, like Formula 1 in the automotive sector, the laboratory for the creation and development of technological advances which are then adapted and adopted by civil aviation. Many manufacturers are strengthening their focus on technology supporting greener aviation, and at this year’s event an area dedicated to electric and hybrid propulsion advancements will showcase general aviation’s contribution in this field. Sustainability will also be represented by a number of exhibitors displaying technological innovations promoting the ecological transition of the general aviation sector. “The development and incorporation of sustainable resources is a major component of the aviation sector, so we are proud to showcase the concepts originating from the GA market at the June 2021 event,” adds Mary. 

The next generation of aviators visiting the show will be acknowledged, with the Greater Lyon Aviation initiation certificates (BIA) being awarded to nearly 1,000 young pilots.  This year’s event will also welcome an expanded section dedicated to training for careers in aviation.

Organised in partnership with a number of key general aviation institutions including AOPA France, the FFA (French Aeronautical Federation), FFPLUM and many more, France Air Expo brings together the leading players to offer visitors the latest industrial innovations. The exhibition is primarily aimed at attracting owners, pilots, flying clubs, enthusiasts, and professionals from the world of general aviation. Major aircraft and equipment manufacturers are expected to participate with Cessna, Beechcraft, Embraer, Pilatus, Tecnam, Bell, Robinson, Bose, Garmin, Jeppesen, and many more having showcased their products and services to buyers from all over Europe at France Air Expo.