(Português do Brasil) International Brazil Air Show apresenta soluções para o setor aeroespacial na América Latina e reúne líderes mundiais
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Drone industry expected to grow 25% by 2019 and challenges will be debated at International Brazil Air Show
At least 70,000 Remotely Piloted Aircraft are registered with the National Civil Aviation Agency (ANAC) system, where 44,000 are for recreational use and 25,000 for professional use. PRESS REGISTRATION – IBAS – International Brazil Air Show: Journalists should apply for registration by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org (Journalist Eliane Jerônimo Bueno). It is necessary to inform: name, position, vehicle and contacts (information of each professional). The drone sector (unmanned aircraft) is booming in Brazil and, according to data from MundoGeo, the practical chain of the sector
The future is therefore collaborative! This will be the main focus of the international A-CDM Seminar which will take place in Guarulhos International Airport in São Paulo, between 9 and 10 September, 2019. Organized by DECEA, GRU Airport and Action Editora, the event has the mission of publicizing the A-CDM process in order to increase efficiency in the South American continent. Through presentations and panels, topics concerning the implementation, concepts and financial gains acquired through the system will be debated
The opening of the Brazilian market to low cost or low-cost airlines creates business opportunities for companies in the sector and drives the economy, benefiting the consumer. The theme will be one of the highlights of IBAS 19, which brings representatives from ANAC, SAC and IATA, among others, to present the best strategies for the segment. Currently, three low cost or low-cost companies are authorized by the National Civil Aviation Agency (ANAC) to operate in Brazil, being one Argentine, Chilean and
Under the theme Connectivity and innovation for the strengthening of air transport in Latin America, the 2nd Edition of IBAS - International Brazil Air Show will take place at Gru Airport on September 11, 12 and 13, 2019. Among the themes of the event, concession of airports will be widely debated. In the first 6 months of 2019, 23 concessions (airports, ports and railways) were made in Brazil, and in March, 12 airports (5th round) were auctioned in three blocks, with
Among the themes of IBAS 19, airport concession will be widely discussed. In the first 6 months of 2019, 23 concessions (airports, ports and railways) were made in Brazil, and in March, 12 airports (5th round) were auctioned in three blocks, with a premium of over 900% and total revenue forecast of R$ 4.2 billion to the Federal Government over the 30 years of concession. The result, which drives the economy and especially the generation of jobs, indicates the recognition of