In the Friedrichshafen, International show for General Aviation came to an end on Saturday, April 13. Among more than six hundred exhibitors from 35 countries, there was Polish Air Navigation Services Agency, which presented its exhibition at the Polish stand.
General aviation representatives could attend various conferences during this event.
Messe Friedrichshafen CEO, Klaus Wellmann gave a very positive assessment of how the exhibition went for all participants: 33,400 visitors came to Lake Constance compared to 32,600 in 2013.
The focus of trade professionals and the media was on new aircraft from the segment of business jets, new ultralight and electric aircraft as well as helicopters and drones for civilian use. PANSA exhibition was also of great interest to its numerous visitors.
According to many exhibitors, AERO is an indisputable leader of aviation fairs in Europe. This year this event attracted an enormous number of visitors, which proves that the upswing in the general aviation industry is continuing.