The Central Europe Private Aviation Association (CEPA) will hold its second annual conference in the Czech capital Prague on December 1 and 2. The CEPA Expo event, which includes an exhibit area, will feature an agenda focusing on how business aviation is developing in what is currently Europe’s most vibrant market.
The Central Europe Private Aviation (Cepa) industry association launched plans for a new business aviation trade show focused on central and eastern Europe. Cepa Expo will be held at Prague Vodochody Airport in the Czech Republic from September 29 to October 1 next year. Cepa expects the new show to draw at least 120 exhibitors and generate revenues of almost $1.4 million.
The new Central Europe Private Aviation industry association has launched plans for a new business aviation trade show focused on central and eastern Europe. The first Cepa Expo will be held in the Czech Republic at Prague’s Vodochody Airport from Sept. 29 to Oct. 1, 2011. The first two days of the event will be for trade visitors only, followed by a public day on Saturday, October 1.
The new Central Europe Private Aviation Association (Cepa) will hold its inaugural conference in the Czech capital Prague on April 22 and 23. The group has been formed to represent and coordinate the interests of business aviation companies in new European Union states. At the conference, the association plans to make an announcement about what it describes as a major new project to bring together Europe’s business aviation industry.
AeroExpo, a subsidiary of World Aviation Communications of Kingston, England, is adding AeroExpo Prague to its portfolio of events. The show will take place April 25 to 27 next year and will precede AeroExpo London at Wycombe Air Park near London, June 13 to 15. The Prague event will be held at Pribram airfield.