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Hybrid format is the way forward for France Air Expo
Online visitors to France Air Expo will be able to view digital exhibitor booths, learn more about the general aviation industry's latest innovations and schedule one-to-one meetings to build new connections.
The expo is looking to recreate the magic of past events.

France Air Expo will return in a hybrid format in June 2021, combining a live in-person event with an online virtual exhibition.

From 3-5 June, the best of general aviation will be back on full display at Lyon-Bron airport with a range of aircraft on the static and more than 300 exhibitors ready to welcome pilots, professionals and enthusiasts. France Air Expo is committed to delivering a safe and healthy environment and will produce an event following strict health and safety measures including social distancing, hygiene protocols and contactless transactions.

In addition to Lyon's live event, the expo will host online visitors for the first time. They will be able to view digital exhibitor booths, learn more about the general aviation industry's latest innovations and schedule one-to-one meetings to build new connections.

“We are happy to receive positive feedback from major industry players who have already confirmed their participation and are excited to increase their visibility with this new opportunity. After two decades delivering events to the aviation industry, we are optimising the opportunities presented by the virtual platform to reach more than 80,000 professionals and pilots globally. This new format will allow participants to attend the event wherever they are in the world,” says CEO of Adone Events Didier Mary. “There is no better time and place to accelerate a reconnection with the general aviation community. With the launch of several dozen sustainability projects in Europe recently, this new edition will also allow the industry to share, in hybrid format, innovative concepts that will support the aviation industry's future.”

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