The National Business Aviation Association- Business Aviation Convention and Exhibition (NBAA-BACE) returned to its live format this year.
This year’s show took place at the Las Vegas Convention Center and Henderson Executive Airport last week, October 12-14.
Affected by the Covid-19 pandemic and its numerous challenges, The NBAA canceled last year’s NBAA-BACE. The NBAA-BACE returns to Orlando, Florida, October 18-20, next year.
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This year’s show galvanized the business aviation industry behind an era of strong growth, fast-paced innovation, and a deep commitment to sustainability.
The NBAA-BACE returned big and strong this year, with big and strong crowds navigating through the show.
Interestingly, this year’s show included a large number of first-time attendees, exploring new products, new partners, and endless opportunities.
At this year’s show, companies rushed to display new and upgraded aircraft at the aircraft display on Henderson Executive Airport (HND), and in the Las Vegas Convention Center’s (LVCC) new west hall. Honda Aircraft Company introduced the concept for the HondaJet 2600 before a large crowd at the show, the world’s first light aircraft capable of nonstop transcontinental travel across the US.
Companies also rushed to unveil new flight planning software, winglets, and concepts for hydrogen and electric aircraft.
As the business aviation industry continues to display a growing interest in sustainability, nearly a hundred exhibitors signed a Green Pledge to reduce their carbon footprint at the show. On the eve of the show, executives with several business aviation organizations stood united, renewing the Business Aviation Commitment on Climate Change, with the aim of reaching net-zero carbon emissions by 2050.
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