EBACE2022 Photo Galleries

View photos of the 2022 European Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (EBACE2022). Galleries will include setup, opening session speakers, exhibits and aircraft.

Note: Members of the press and media have permission to download photos from EBACE2022 to use in post-event coverage. All photos are courtesy of EBACE Show Management. Visit the 2022 high-resolution image download page.

Exhibit Floor Exhibit Floor
Nearly 400 exhibitors are at Palexpo for EBACE2022. The show is the place to be if you do business in Europe.
Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) has gone from a dream to a fast-growing sector and EBACE2022 featured this new technology prominently.
Education Sessions/Innovation Pavilion Education Sessions/Innovation Pavilion
EBACE provides important educational opportunities for European business aviation companies. View images of various sessions featuring industry leaders from around the world.
Opening Keynote Opening Keynote
In addition to EBAA Secretary General Athar Husain Khan and NBAA President and CEO Ed Bolen, Zara Rutherford, the youngest woman to fly solo around the world, and Martina Navratilova, tennis icon, and pilot opened EBACE2022.
Aircraft Display Aircraft Display
Nearly 50 aircraft, ranging from large intercontinental business jets, to smaller turbine-powered aircraft and single and twin-engine piston aircraft, are on display at Geneva Airport.
Special Events/Networking Special Events/Networking
Images of business being conducted at EBACE during various special events and throughout the convention.
SAF - Sustainability SAF – Sustainability
View images that show the sustainability efforts that are being undertook at EBACE2022, like aircraft being fueled with sustainable aviation fuel at Geneva International Airport.
Fun Just for Fun
Images from all around EBACE2022 showing the excitement and joy that attendees get from the event after waiting two long years to participate.
Pre-Convention Setup Pre-Convention Setup
View images taken in the lead-up to the opening of EBACE2022, from booth setup to aircraft being moved into place at Geneva International Airport.