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Tickets for ACE’24 are now on sale
The Air Charter Expo is growing fast. This year there are over 100 exhibitors and more aircraft than you can shake a stick at. In fact, it is turning out to be our biggest ever show.

Roll up, roll up - tickets are now on sale for ACE’24, the little air charter expo that really packs a punch at London Biggin Hill airport on Tuesday, 10th September from 09:00-17:00.

Actually, it’s not really so little any more. This year there are over 100 exhibitors and more aircraft than you can shake a stick at. In fact, it is turning out to be our biggest ever show.

This year, to give you a flavour of what to expect, ACE’24 will showcase a Falcon 6X from Dassault Aviation, a Gulfstream G600 from Pen-Avia and a G700 from Qatar Executive.

On the lighter side, this by no means exhaustive list includes a Citation M2 Gen2 and a Citation Latitude from Textron Aviation, Haute Aviation is bringing its Phenom 300, Rheinland Air Service/Bookajet their HondaJet Elite II, Silver Aviation its Pilatus PC-24, Global Airlift its PC-12NG and IAS Medical its King Air 250.

From the helicopter industry we have a Leonardo AW139 from Castle Air.

So if you want to catch up with industry colleagues, talk to customers or suppliers, get on board aircraft or attend any one of The Air Charter Association conference sessions, then visit https://www.aircharterexpo.com/register.html to register your attendance.

Tickets can be purchased online up until 11:00 on Monday, 9th September; they cannot be bought on arrival. We send tickets by email, with a barcode that should be scanned on arrival to obtain an entry badge.

Tickets are restricted to professionals in air charter companies, business aircraft owners, operators and passengers, and the related supply chain.

Admission costs £45, or £30 for members of The ACA.

All exhibitors and visitors will be asked for photo ID on arrival, and no access to the show will be granted without this.

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