The Air Charter Association (ACA) today announced some of the business aircraft models that have been confirmed to be on static display next month at Air Charter Expo (ACE) 2021, which will be held on September 14 at London Biggin Hill Airport. Aircraft slated to be on static display at the event include a Leonardo A109; Beechcraft King Air 200; Boeing BBJ; Bombardier Challenger 605 and Global 5000 and 7500; Cessna Citation XLS; Dassault Falcon 8X and 2000S; Gulfstream G450; HondaJet; Piaggio Avanti; and Pilatus PC-12 and PC-24.
In addition, ACE 2021 will showcase more than 50 booth exhibits from aviation companies across the industry spectrum. The conference program consists of an ACA-hosted morning session that will address the state of the charter industry and other key topics such as EU operations and illegal charter, followed by an afternoon session dedicated to sustainable aviation, including electric/hybrid aircraft technology.
“With just three weeks to go, our one-day event will be a fantastic opportunity for the global business aviation community, operators, brokers, and suppliers to reconnect in person,” said ACA CEO Glenn Hogben. “We have everything on one site, and the ability to step onboard aircraft and reestablish relationships is a prospect we are very excited about.”