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The registration for press professionals is available and should be requested by e-mail: press@sators.com.br (Journalist Eliane Jerônimo Bueno). It is necessary to inform: name, position, vehicle and contacts of each professional. Inform that the request is for IBAS 19.

 

The 2nd Edition of IBAS – International Brazil Air Show will be held on September 11, 12 and 13, 2019, at GRU Airport – São Paulo International Airport. The first Brazilian event focused on the international aerospace industry and airport infrastructure, IBAS will bring together leaders of the world air segment to discuss the development of the sector in Latin America, which accounts for 1.4% of Brazilian GDP, or R$25.1 billion, according to data from the International Air Transport Association (IATA).

The event, performed by Sator and co-performed by GRU Airport, has the Strategic Institutional Support of the Brazilian Air Force (FAB), Ministry of Infrastructure, National Civil Aviation Agency (ANAC) and the Brazilian Association of Airlines (ABEAR).

 

Themes covered in 2019
IBAS – International Brazil Air Show 2019 will cover the themes: the Brazilian aerospace market in the international context; supply chain and the air cargo industry: trends, opportunities and challenges; Latin American innovation and creativity in the aerospace and air transport sector; legal, financial and regulatory challenges in Latin America; new aviation training technologies and best practices; the role of business aviation for the economic development of Latin America;

In addition to: general aviation: modernization of the sector to its full development; the importance of tourism for the sustainable economic development of air transport; challenges for air integration and the economic development of the sector in Latin America; trends, innovation and collaboration of the Air Traffic Control sector in Latin America; current stage and development of the space market in Latin America; The presence of women in the aviation and aerospace industry, among other points.

 

The full schedule of IBAS – International Brazil Air Show is available at:

https://internationalbrazilairshow.com.br/programacao/

https://internationalbrazilairshow.com.br/cab/

https://internationalbrazilairshow.com.br/clac/

 

Service
IBAS – International Brazil Air Show 2019
Date:
 September 11, 12 and 13, 2019
Local: GRU AIRPORT | Terminal 3 Edifício Garagem | Airport, Guarulhos – SP, 07190-100
More information: www.ibas.aero
The images of IBAS – International Brazil Air Show may be accessed through the link: www.flickr.com/photos/internationalbrazilairshow/

 

About IBAS – International Brazil Air Show

The air transport sector makes a major contribution to a country’s economy by creating jobs, generating wealth and connecting people. This market needs to grow in a planned and integrated manner. And IBAS – International Brazil Air Show aims to bring together the aerospace chain, airport infrastructure and commercial and executive aviation suppliers to discuss these categories, thus developing improvements for the market.


In its 2nd Edition, IBAS – International Brazil Air Show is the first Brazilian event focused on the international aerospace industry and airport infrastructure, bringing together government, entities and companies.

 

About Sator

Sator was born in 2005 as an event production company, started to offer marketing and communication services for the events it organized, and more recently found itself as a business platform development organization, which consists of identifying, planning and developing opportunities through face-to-face meetings such as seminars, trade shows, business roundtables, online and print media.

The company has extensive experience in organizing aviation events such as: Labace – Latin American Business Aviation Conference & Exhibition (2007 to 2009), ANAC Technical Curated National Civil Aviation Fair (2008 to 2010), Broa Fly-in (2006 to 2008), Road Show Chile (2012), Airport Infra Expo (2011 to 2018), Aviation Debate (2015) and IBAS – International Brazil Air Show (2017 and 2019). It is also responsible for the Connected Smart Cities (2015 to 2019), PPP Awards & Conference (2017 and 2019), Mobility Forum (2018), National Crime Fighting Forum (2018 and 2019), ABCR Festival – Brazilian Association of Resources (2019) and Connected Smart Mobility (2019).

 

More information to press
Communication and Press Office of IBAS – International Brazil Air Show
Eliane Jerônimo Bueno (Mtb 50559)
+55 11 9 9234-4911
E-mail: imprensa@sators.com.br

 

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