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BACA to deliver a winning hand for ACE 18

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BACA to deliver a winning hand for ACE 18 - Business aviation publisher
Krista Kuznecova
Country: United States Aircraft: Airplanes

BACA CEO Dave Edwards met Robert Walters of London Biggin Hill Airport and Mark Ranger of EBAN and Charter Broker magazines to officially launch ACE 18, the annual charter broker exhibition and conference. ACE18 will take place at London Biggin Hill Airport on September 11th 2018.

Building on the success of ACE 17 Edwards has been tasked with further developing ACE to deliver top level content to attendees, from junior brokers to Senior Management, maximising the uptake of exhibitors with an exciting programme of training and presentations, focusing on the many aspects of importance to brokers.

To this end a comprehensive series of presentations are being created to run alongside a full program of training activities ensuring there will be compelling reasons for brokers at all levels to attend. ACE17 featured 29 aircraft on the static display, nearly 70 exhibitors and saw around 900 registrations, with in excess of 700 visitors over the course of the day.

Edwards advises “ACE 18 will be a must attend event for brokers, operators and support services.  It will be a broker focused, cost effective, one day exhibition where delegates can be sure that industry colleagues and connections will be together in the same place at the same time, maximising the chances to network and conduct business.”



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