Exhibit Options & Pricing

EBACE offers a variety of exhibit options for companies of all sizes. Review important information about pricing and discounts.

Note: All exhibitors must be members in good standing of EBAA or NBAA. Any exhibitor with its headquarters in Europe must be a member of EBAA.

Indoor Exhibits

Indoor exhibits will be located in Halls 4, 5 and 6 at Palexpo. Exhibits smaller than a 6m-by-6m stand must reserve either inline raw space or shell scheme space. A minimum of a 6m-by-6m stand is required to reserve raw exhibit space.

Standard Placement

  • Raw Space: $3,865 per 3m-by-3m exhibit space reserved
  • Inline Raw Space: $4,205 per 3m-by-3m exhibit space reserved
  • Shell Scheme Space: $4,665 per 3m-by-3m exhibit space reserved

Early Payment Discount

The 10 November 2016 deadline for discount and premium placement pricing for indoor exhibitors has passed. Indoor exhibit space prices have now increased by $150 per 3m-by-3m space reserved. Prices are reflected above.

Static Display

Static display exhibits will be located at Geneva International Airport, which is immediately adjacent to Palexpo. Static display exhibits must showcase real aircraft. Exhibits without aircraft are not permitted on the static display.

Ramp Space: $460 per 3m-by-3m space reserved

Aircraft Movement Fees: Aircraft movement fees are determined based upon the size of the aircraft. EBACE management will collect fees and pass them along to service provider.

Less than 6,000 lbs MTOW $400
6,000 lbs – 14,999 lbs MTOW $550
15,000 lbs – 34,999 lbs MTOW $700
35,000 lbs – 100,000 lbs MTOW $850
Over 100,000 lbs MTOW $1,750

Ancillary charges for services to support the static display exhibits will be billed separately.

Fees for additional services such as electrical service, aircraft GPU and temporary air-conditioners will be billed separately by the EBACE-appointed service provider.

Aircraft mock-ups are not permitted on the static display. Only actual aircraft are permitted. Exhibitors should plan accordingly and include mock-ups with their indoor exhibits.