IBAS – International Brazil Air Show set an important partnership, GOL Linhas Aéreas is now the Official Airline of the event, and the partnership will offer special conditions for its attendees.
Acting since 2001, the company focuses on the development of the Brazilian aviation market, always searching for innovation in its products and services. With its business model focused on low cost, the air transport became more accessible in Brazil and South America. The company has about 800 daily flights for 65 destinations, 13 of them being international – to South America and Caribbean.
“GOL believes and bets on the development of the air sector in Brazil and Latin America. Taking part on this big event that gathers the industry, as the official airline is to reassert this commitment. IBAS will gather the main players of the aerospace, airport and aviation market in Latin America, providing important discussions and experiences exchange. Promoting Brazil as a global force on the sector” affirms Eduardo Bernardes Neto, Marketing and Sales Vice-president at GOL.
IBAS – International Brazil Air Show looks out to gather in one place the main players on aerospace, civil aviation and airport infrastructure industry. With seminars focusing on current themes of the sector and a networking environment for the business public. The event will also have two days for aviation enthusiasts and general public, with aircraft display, flight simulators, air shows and other activities.
IBAS – International Brazil Air Show set an important partnership, GOL Linhas Aéreas is now the Official Airline of the event, and the partnership will offer special conditions for its attendees. Acting since 2001, the company focuses on the development of the Brazilian aviation market, always searching for innovation in its products and services. With its business model focused on low cost, the air transport became more accessible in Brazil and South America. The company has about 800 daily flights for
Among the supports recently set for IBAS-International Brazil Air Show it is the UK Trade & Investment, commercial and investment department of United Kingdom. The support is important by the region in which the aerospace sector is inserted has considerable value to the economic growth. “As the largest aerospace industry in the Southern hemisphere, Brazil represents a key Market internationally, and an event like IBAS-International Brazil Air Show is important to maintain the development of the sector. United Kingdom has great
The Consulate General of Canada set partnership to support IBAS – International Brazil Air Show, the first Brazilian air show, to bring together the aerospace supply chain, general aviation and airport infrastructure, with seminars focused on current matters of the market, aircraft display, and promoting network and business between big market players. Canada is the third country in civil aircraft manufacturing, its aerospace and MRO sector grew 29% and 37% respectively in production on the last decade. The Canadian aerospace defense
The year of 2016 set the 5 year since the creation of the Brazilian Civil Aviation Secretariat, on a Ministry nature, previously the Civil Aviation was under the jurisdiction of the Defense Ministry, the creation of the secretariat started a new moment for policies in the sector. Celebrating the anniversary, the secretariat website created a cover with an animated timeline showing all the milestones and achievements gotten through these years; the navigation is done by and aircraft moving on a track
IBAS – International Brazil Air Show carries strategy alignment meeting at Civil Aviation Secretariat
Aviation, airport and aeronautic sector authorities and companies met on March 16th at the Civil Aviation Secretariat for the IBAS – International Brazil Air Show strategic alignment meeting. The event was presented by Paula Faria, Executive Director at Sator, realizer of do IBAS – International Brazil Air Show. As co-realizer and hosts, RIOgaleão – Tom Jobim International Airport presented its locations and numbers after the concession. EMBRAER approached the importance of the aeronautics industry in Brazil, presenting a timeline, its main results,
On April 4th, 2016 the International Brazil Air Show will be launched, it will be formally presented as the biggest event of the aeronautics, aerospace and airport sectors in Brazil. The event will count on presentations from sector authorities’ presentations and a discussion about the Latin American market, Brazil’s importance on the aeronautics sector internationally and its consolidation on the global market. The first Brazilian event focusing on international aerospace and airport infrastructure, bringing together many activities to meet the public of
The Civil Aviation Secretariat (SAC) closed an strategic institucional support with IBAS International Brazil Air Show, which will happen at RIO Galeão – Tom Jobim International Airport, from March 29th to April 02nd, 2017. The support fortifies the event’s vision to consolidate the Latin American aerospace, airport and aviation market, especially in Brazil, as a global force recognized for its excellence and technology. IBAS – International Brazil Air Show – will gather in one place the major players in the civil and
First event to bring together the aerospace, aeronautic and airport sectors in Brazil will happen in 2017
The first Brazilian event focusing on international aerospace and airport infrastructure, bringing together many activities to meet the public of such segments, IBAS – International Brazil Air Show and will bring together several activities related to the airport, aerospace and aeronautic sectors, aiming to attend the necessities of the target visitors. The event will count on static exposure of aircraft and equipment; exhibition pavilion; education, technology and innovation space; air shows and flight simulators. In addition to these events there will
Currently, around one million flights are performed each year in Brazil – 80% higher than the beginning of the last decade. The aircraft replaced the bus in interstate long-distance paths. Despite the economic crisis, the number of people transported on domestic routes exceeded 64 million between January and August, an increase of 3% compared to 2014 and an estimate of the Brazilian Airlines Association (Abear) indicates that the volume of passengers transported in 2020 will be more than the double of