Mon, Apr 14, 2014
The Asian Business Aviation Conference & Exhibition Is 'The Premier Showroom' For The Asian Aviation Marketplace
The NBAA has announced that the Honorable Max Baucus, United States ambassador to China, will participate in events in connection with the 2014 Asian Business Aviation Conference & Exhibition (ABACE2014), to be held April 15 to 17, 2014 in Shanghai, China.
NBAA President and CEO Ed Bolen noted that Baucus’s participation at this year’s event continues an ABACE tradition of hosting key U.S. officials involved in diplomatic and economic efforts in China, and throughout the Asia-Pacific.
“We are honored to host Ambassador Baucus at ABACE2014, further demonstrating the U.S. government’s support for this event, and for helping grow business aviation – an industry that, while based in the U.S., can be an important economic contributor in the Asian region,” said Bolen.
As the preeminent event for business aviation throughout the Asia-Pacific, ABACE2014 is the premier marketplace for connecting buyers and sellers, and a catalyst for discussions with key government officials and others about growing the industry across the Asian region. The event will feature an expansive exhibit floor at the Shanghai Hawker Pacific Business Aviation Center, where more than 150 exhibitors will highlight the latest airplanes, helicopters, aviation equipment and services.
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