The Air Charter Expo 2021 has announced some of the aircraft that will be on show this year, on Tuesday 14 September at London Biggin Hill airport.
The indoor and open-air static display will feature a selection of aircraft including an Agusta 109, Boeing 737, Challenger 605, Citation XLS, Dassault Falcon 8X, Dassault Falcon 2000S, Global 5000, Global 7500, Gulfstream G450, Hawker 750, King Air 200, Piaggio Avanti, Pilatus PC-12, Pilatus PC-24 and a HondaJet. Alongside the aircraft, ACE 2021 will showcase more than 50 booth exhibits from leading aviation companies.
Further aircraft are expected to be added to the line-up in coming days.
The one-day event also includes a detailed conference programme. The morning session will be hosted by The ACA and will comprise presentations and panel discussions on key air charter industry topics relevant to charter brokers worldwide. This will be followed by an afternoon session dedicated to green charter, with a focus on the industry's sustainable future.
The ACA CEO Glenn Hogben says: “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. We have everything on one site, and the ability to step on board aircraft and reestablish relationships is a prospect we are very excited about.
“The conference programme has been tailored to cover the most relevant topics for our community, including electric/hybrid aircraft technology, the state of our industry now, as well as an update on EU operations and the status of illegal charter.”