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NBAA, EBAA cancel EBACE2021

Posted 5 February 2021 · Add Comment

Due to the global COVID-19 crisis, the European Business Aviation Association (EBAA) and National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) have announced the cancellation of the 2021 European Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (EBACE2021).

 

Plans for new, virtual EBACE programming from May 18-20, the previously planned dates for EBACE2021, are now in place. Image:

 

The two associations added that they will seek other opportunities to jointly promote business aviation excellence throughout the coming year.

 

“This continues to be a very challenging situation, and the health and well-being of our attendees and exhibitors remains our highest priority,” said NBAA president and CEO Ed Bolen.

 

“Although vaccination programs are ramping up, we are still in unchartered waters,” said EBAA secretary-general Athar Husain Khan. “We felt that, in May 2021, the safety of our exhibitors and attendees could not be guaranteed in the traditional EBACE format.”

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