AIRTEC 2008 : Showcasing Aviation Innovation
If you’re looking for the next big aircraft event to be held in Germany, you’ll want to know more about Airtec. This international aerospace supply fair has been running since 2006 and has already enjoyed massive support, with the fair growing steadily in size each year. The 2007 Airtec fair had scarcely ended before plans began for the 2008 show and now its here!
If one judges according to the positive response that the Airtec fairs have enjoyed up until now, from both visitors and exhibitors, it is easy to see that Airtec 2008 will be the best fair yet. Visitors especially tend to look forward to the many special exhibits and special features of the program and this year’s fair already has a fantastic line-up planned. The more regular displays will also be top-notch. The event organizers have done their best to ensure that the program is varied and interesting with special shows highlighting the latest in innovative design and cutting edge technologies, combined with wonderfully informative conferences and fun theme parks. A lot of well-known experts will be on hand to discuss many of the questions that have arisen in the aviation and aerospace industry. This really is the place to get information on current and up-an coming events related to aircraft and the industry as a whole.
One of the big highlights of last year’s show was the showcasing of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV). Visitors were exposed to UAV future technologies which look poised to completely revolutionize both civil and military aviation. This year’s program is not yet available, but you can be sure that the chief attractions for the 2008 Airtec fair will be just as fascinating to learn about. Of course business plays a large part in the fair and there will be plenty of opportunities to make a few purchases both at the fair and afterwards. It will also be a good opportunity for business to do some networking. This great aviation and aeronautical event will be taking place from November 11 to November 14 at the exhibition center in Frankfurt/Main, Germany. Make sure you’re a part of it.