The African Business Aviation Association (AfBAA) is pleased to announce that six of its members will make up its sizeable and dedicated African Pavilion (Stand A065) at EBACE 2015 during May 19-21 in Geneva.
Making their exhibition debut at the show, Astra Aviation Services, Great Circle Services, Paisajes Gallegos, and Primus will join established names Bestfly and EAN Aviation. Astra Aviation Services will talk up their ten years of experience arranging flight support services including charter, fuel, handling, catering, security, consultancy and concierge on offer across their seven African locations; Great Circle Services will highlight the importance of aviation safety and its services on offer which include technical writing, training courses, audits and consulting; Paisajes Gallegos will share its capabilities and diverse skill set as experienced aerial surveyors; Primus will promote its new Parts and Spare care programme which provides a service sourcing competitively priced parts in a timely manner for its customers; Bestfly, which has just achieved Stage 1 ISBAO status, will market its full range of aviation, FBO and maintenance services; whilst EAN will showcase its full range of services, planned FBO changes at its Lagos facility and talk up its increasingly successful aircraft transactions division.
The African Pavilion will offer EBACE delegates the perfect opportunity to meet with companies offering a wide range of services dedicated to business aviation in Africa under one roof. It will serve as an ideal meeting place for stakeholders interested in the sector to gather knowledge, network and exchange views, and experiences.
Tarek Ragheb, Chairman and Founder of AfBAA comments: “AfBAA is proud to offer this platform to our members to showcase their impressive array of services to the important European region. This expanded African Pavilion offers a prime opportunity for AfBAA to demonstrate the continent’s dynamism, constant improvement and commitment to the industry. We see African Business Aviation attracting investors and interest from across the globe which is why we’re delighted to offer an expanded African Pavilion here at EBACE.”
AfBAA will be holding a press conference at EBACE in Palexpo on Monday, May 18th at 16:00 hours in Salle Q to announce a new partnership focused on improving training standards. The association will also be revealing the results of the first ever comprehensive research into the African Business Aviation sector.
For journalists interested in a media interview with AfBAA or any of the exhibiting members, please contact Jane Stanbury +44 7880 873 68