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Former BGAD team to serve up ACE'16 at Biggin Hill
Air Charter Expo (ACE) is the new name for Business & General Aviation Day (BGAD), which is due to take place at London Biggin Hill Airport this autumn.

Air Charter Expo (ACE) is the new name for Business & General Aviation Day (BGAD), which is due to take place at London Biggin Hill Airport this autumn. The evolution of the branding follows extensive consultation within the industry to establish a favoured title capable of bringing together air charter brokers and business aircraft owners and operators.

ACE'16 will be staged at Biggin Hill on Tuesday 13 September 2016, as two indoor shows under the same roof in one day. While owners and operators of business jets, turboprops and helicopters can engage with a range of service suppliers, brokers and travel buyers will be able to meet with a variety of charter operators.

The organisers will be working with trade associations to ensure high profile and relevant topics for the seminar programmes, and ACE will be promoted by EBAN and sister publication Charter Broker magazine.

Business development director at Biggin Hill Robert Walters says that ACE is due to continue at the airport as an annual event for the foreseeable future.

“As a carefully managed one-day expo, ACE'16 is expected to bring full industry support aimed at increasing business opportunities and espousing the benefits of combining owners and operators with brokers and clients,” he says.

The ACE'16 web site can be found at www.aircharterexpo.com. For direct contact with the organiser, please email Mark Ranger at mark@aircharterexpo.co.uk.

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