29 MARCH 2021


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Article from BTNews 29 MARCH 2021

EBACE confirms dates

18-20 May 2021

The only problem is, just like gatherings of a similar ilk anywhere in the world, it is an on-line video event.

Called EBACE Connect it is essentially a series of educational webinars bringing together business leaders, government officials, manufacturers, flight department personnel, avionics firms, fractional providers, charter/lease companies and all manner of people involved in nearly every aspect of business aviation.

Press Day is on Monday 17 May where companies will be talking about new product developments and innovative initiatives.

Whilst getting together and meeting people, plus the social evenings in Geneva, will be missed, a promising programme is being put together that will give manufacturers, operators and customers food for thought and enable interested parties in the United States, who might not have got involved with the original European concept, the opportunity to participate.

The programme is set to run the traditional four days with events pm in order to make practical sense for attendees based both in North and South America. For the Far East and Australasia the timings are also practical.

Panel participants include:

  • Rohit Jaggi, deputy editor, Financial Times;
  • Sebastian Fumero, adviser, European Commission;
  • Patricia Parlevliet, senior research project leader, Airbus Blue Sky;
  • Dr Anita Sengupta, CEO/founder, Hydroplane Ltd;
  • Johan Glantz, European Business Aviation Association (EBAA);
  • Robert Dingemanse, CEO, PalV;
  • Joachim Lücking, European Commission head of unit, DG Mobility and Transport – Aviation Safety (DG MOVE);
  • Marian-Jean Marinescu, Member of the European Parliament, EPP Group.

A full programme will be published nearer the event.


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