EBACE Report – EBACE2017 In Full Swing


EBACE Report
23 May 2017   

EBACE Report

EBACE2017 Panelists Debate Industry’s Approach to Brexit
By Giulia Mauri’s calculation, it takes about six to eight years to negotiate a trade deal. For British negotiators looking to preserve access to the European market after Brexit, “there’s about 18 months,” said the law partner at Pierstone. Even worse? Negotiating 27 trade deals in 18 months. “Imagine a Europe where we go back to country-by-country, bilateral trade negotiations,” said Mauri. “That’s the worst-case scenario.” Mauri and her fellow panelists discussed Brexit and implications for air transport at EBACE2017. Read more about the discussion on Brexit.

Amid Lingering Aircraft Oversupply, Analysts See Future Growth in Europe

Amid Lingering Aircraft Oversupply, Analysts See Future Growth in Europe
After a decade of stalled recoveries, business aviation has posted steady growth across Europe for the six months prior to April 2017. But does that portend a full recovery, or just another blip? “If you look at the trend lines for the business aircraft fleet and GDP, we probably had overbuilding from about 2005 to 2008, but after 2008, we probably under-built aircraft,” said Richard Aboulafia, vice president of analysis at Teal Group. “We will return to growth, but we might not return to the 2007 market peak until 2021.” Read more about the state of the industry.

EBACE TV: EBAA Works With Members to Promote Value of Business Aviation Industry

EBACE TV: EBAA Works With Members to Promote Value of Business Aviation Industry

At EBACE2017, the European Business Aviation Association (EBAA) kicked off its communications initiative to assist its members in spreading the word about the value of the business aviation industry. Taunya Renson-Martin, communications advisor for EBAA, said the purpose is to speak with one voice about the importance of business aviation and allow members to be pro-active communicators. “We need to reclaim our narrative,” she said. Learn more about EBAA’s communications initiative.

EBACE2017 Online Newsroom Has Videos, Photos and Show Highlights

EBACE2017 Online Newsroom Has Videos, Photos and Show Highlights
Don’t miss a minute of EBACE2017. View our website for the latest news, videos and photos from the show, including photos of every aircraft on static display viewable by make, model and exhibitor. Also, follow EBACE on Twitter and Facebook for real-time updates and news about Europe’s biggest business aviation event of the year. View the latest information from EBACE2017.


For Passenger and Baggage Screening, European Aviation Seeks a Risk-Based Approach

EBACE TV: Aviation Pioneer Bertrand Piccard Kicks Off EBACE2017

Business Aviation Leaders Tout Cross-Atlantic Advocacy to Carry Industry Forward

European Business Aviation Awards Presented at EBACE 2017 in Geneva

Six Operators Honoured at EBACE2017 for Achievement in Business Aviation Safety

EBACE TV: Business Aircraft Arrive for EBACE2017



22–24 May 2017 
Palexpo and Geneva International Airport Geneva, Switzerland

EBACE European Office
Brussels, Belgium
Tel: +32 2-318-2800
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EBACE U.S. Office
Washington, DC
Tel: +1 (202) 783-9000
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About EBACE: Scheduled to take place from 22 to 24 May, at Geneva’s Palexpo, with a static display held at the adjacent Geneva International Airport, EBACE is the region’s largest show dedicated strictly to showcasing business aviation products and services to thousands of the region’s top business leaders, entrepreneurs and other purchase decision-makers. EBACE is jointly hosted each year by the European Business Aviation Association (EBAA), the leading association for business aviation in Europe, and the National Business Aviation Association (NBAA), the leading voice for the business aviation industry in the United States.


National Business Aviation Association
1200 G Street NW, Suite 1100
Washington, DC 20005

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European Business Aviation Association
Avenue de Tervuren 13 a / Box 5
BE – 1040 Brussels

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