Eur Avia Cannes 2008
Cannes, in France, is generally known for the popular Cannes Film Festival, but in the aviation industry it is beginning to gain recognition for its aviation exhibition, the Eur Avia Cannes. This year, the Eur Avia Cannes 2008 will be held between the 2nd to the 4th of May 2008 and is set to be an exhibition of magnificent proportions. Organizers and the success of last year’s exhibition have ensured that this year will be bigger and better in all aspects.
Unfortunately, this major aviation exhibition is not open to the general public. It is an event that is reserved only for people and companies that are directly involved in the industry, such as pilots, potential buyers, clients and other industry related visitors, as the exhibition strives to highlight new innovations and assist in building strong relationships between industry members.
Eur Avia Cannes 2008 will be hosted by the Cannes-Mandelieu Airport and will be an exhibition that covers a wide range, such as insurance, sales, aircraft, helicopters, parts, financing and accessories. More than ninety exhibitors will be at the exhibition and represent various divisions in the world of aviation, including equipment specialists, air traffic control, navigational aids, kit planes, leisure aircraft, business and private aircraft, maintenance, spares, simulation, training schools and many more fascinating industry leaders. It is an opportunity to shop for an aircraft or helicopter and to talk to professionals who specialize in their specific areas. The dates of the exhibition are also near the time of the Monaco Grand Prix and the International Cannes Film Festival, luring many influential clients to stop off at the exhibition, creating a lucrative business venue for all.
To everyone concerned in aviation, the Eur Avia Cannes 2008 is one of the most anticipated commercial and business events of the year that opens new doors to industries and brings the latest technology available to one central location. Exhibitors have also been taken into consideration, in regard to the new layout of the exhibition area, allowing aircraft manufacturers to have their stands in close proximity to the aircraft they have come to display. Walking through the stands and interacting with other aviation industry members will create working relationships and give everyone the opportunity to explore new products and promote their business.