Asian Business Aviation Conference and Exhibition


The ABACE is held at the Asia World Expo adjacent to Hong Kong International Airport (VHHH) in Hong Kong, China. The aircraft static will be located at the Hong Kong Business Aviation Center.

The U.S. National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) is the sponsor of the Asian Business Aviation Conference & Exhibition, which is the only business aviation-focused expo held in Asia. The first conference was held in 2005. The NBAA began in 1947 and its members include more than 7,000 companies that provide services and products to the business aviation sector.

The Asian Business Aviation Conference & Exhibition is ideal for manufacturers, suppliers, industry experts and others associated with business aviation that are interested in the emerging Asian market. Government officials, corporate executives, aviation company supervisors, chief pilots, and other aviation industry personnel will also be attending.

The Asian Business Aviation Conference & Exhibition will begin with an Opening General Session. The exhibition floor will then be available to attendees. More than 50 exhibitors will be on hand with many of the newest aviation products, services, helicopters, and airplanes. Previous exhibitors have included Boeing Business Jets 233, Bombardier, Dassault Falcon Jet, Jeppesen Sanderson, Gulfstream Aerospace Corp. Raytheon Aircraft Co., and Pratt & Whitney Canada.

Expo participants will also enjoy the static aircraft display at the Hong Kong Business Aviation Center. Aircraft that have previously been on display include the Challenger 604, Lear 45, Citation CJ1, Falcon 900EX, the Hawker 800 XP, and the Beechcraft Premier.

Numerous informational sessions will provide participants with what they need to know about business aviation and emerging technologies. The next NBAA Asian Business Aviation Conference & Exhibition will be held February 6-7, 2007 and then at the Japan Regional Forum in Nagoya on February 9, 2007.

For more information about any of the events featured in this section please visit the Web site for the Asian Business Aviation Conference & Exhibition at http://www.abace.aero/. Conference organizers can be contacted at the National Business Aviation Association in Washington, DC at 202-783-9000 or at www.nbaa.org, and be sure to let the organizations know that you heard about them at airplanes.com!