ILA, the industry’s meeting place for General Aviation
General Aviation (GA) represents an integral part of the aerospace industry. Consequently GA holds a significant share of ILA Berlin Air Show. General Aviation benefits from the segment-oriented universal trade show concept of ILA.
At the Berlin ExpoCenter Airport GA is provided with an attractive platform to present their products and services and ranges from sport and recreational aircraft to modern touring and business aircraft. The integral linkage to all other ILA segments offers an ideal platform for networking to all aerospace manufacturers and service providers. Nowhere else do you get access to such a broad audience facilitating new business contacts in an eye-catching environment.
Networking: Being in the right place at the right time
ILA Berlin Air Show is the ideal time for you and your business contacts: As ILA takes place in May you get a unique chance to meet all your customers and potential business partners, right on time before the active phase of the “General Aviation year” commences. Geographically, ILA is perfectly located as Berlin is in the center of all major European East West air routes. This underpins ILA’s role as a significant marketplace and gateway. The ILA Berlin Air Show hosts make your participation a success by offering the unique customer and contact potential of a universal trade show, excellent exhibitor-service, professional PR and marketing support, and last but not least all of it comes at fair prices. To sum it up: “Happy Landings” to exhibitors and trade visitors of the General Aviation at ILA 2014.
ILA: Additional value to General Aviation
The relevance of General Aviation is widely underestimated. It is an important element for individuals living away from major hubs and airports as it enables them to participate in air traffic. Economically growing communities and regions also profit greatly from it in further enlarging their development potential. As ILA Berlin Air Show is one of the world’s leading aerospace trade shows it provides all of its participants with a high level of media coverage.
May it be single-engine piston aircraft or business jets, gliders or motor gliders, rotary-wing aircraft, LSA (light sport aircraft) or ultra-light aircraft, vintage aircraft or the latest technologies: General Aviation is “clear to land” on ILA Berlin Air Show.