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The Paris Air Show keeps growing and, despite the focus on military and commercial aviation, the business-aviation industry will also have an impact on the show. The biennial event, to be held June 19-25 at Paris-Le Bourget Airport, launched 52 years ago and quickly became the global go-to aviation trade show, including most of the business-aviation industry. In 2000, the European Business Aviation Association (EBAA) launched its annual conference and exhibition, and began drawing business ...
Associated Air Center’s ACJ319 for a long-time Asian customer includes an entertainment system and new seats from Precision Aircraft Components. Associated Air Center, a Dallas, Texas-based cabin completion and refurbishment center, is sharing an exhibit at EBACE with parent company StandardAero (Booth O75). AAC is here to announce two recent narrowbody VIP maintenance and upgrade projects, both delivered in April.
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