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The Global Show for General Aviation

Type of event: microlight microlight, paramotors paramotors, autogyros, rotorcrafts autogyros, rotorcrafts, others others
When:18. 04. 2012 - 21. 04. 2012
Where: Messe Friedrichshafen GmbH Neue Messe 1 88046 Friedrichshafen Germany
Contact:http://www.aero-expo.com/ aero-en/index.php

AERO is the global home base of general aviation

Strong international presence among exhibitors, trade visitors and media – total of 33,400 trade visitors

At AERO, the dream of flight becomes reality. Trade visitors from around the world were enthralled by the selection of business jets, gliders, ultralights and helicopters, as well as the numerous innovations on view at the exhibition. After four trade show days, the international aviation industry get-together in Friedrichshafen came to a successful close, with an attendance of 33,400 trade visitors from around the world and impressive results: “The leading trade show for general aviation in Europe once again demonstrated its enormous innovative powers and its wide international appeal,” said Messe Friedrichshafen CEO Klaus Wellmann and project manager Roland Bosch at the show’s conclusion, judging it to be a resounding success.

Friedrichshafen is the global home base of general aviation. Business jets, propeller planes, gliders, helicopters, and the leading electronics, service and maintenance providers in the aviation industry are showcased at the trade show across 11 exhibition halls. At the show’s 19th edition, AERO once again set a new record, with 630 exhibitors from 29 countries in attendance in 2011.

New products and groundbreaking innovations from the field of aircraft construction were also showcased at AERO. The e-flight-expo and the Berblinger Flight Competition, for example, set important signals in the area of environmentally friendly drive systems. Helicopter experts and enthusiasts were thrilled with the offerings at the helicopter hangar. And the “crowning touch” at the international industry meeting was the appearance by Prince Albert II of Monaco at the beginning of the exhibition.


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