EBACEPalexpo Convention Center, Geneva, Switzerland
Charter a Private Jet to EBACE
The European Business Aviation Convention and Exhibition, held annually at Palexpo exhibition and convention center in Geneva, Switzerland, brings together thousands of people from all over the world who are involved in business aviation.
We Can Get You There
If you would like to go to Europe’s largest and most important business aviation trade show, Paramount Business Jets can arrange a charter flight for you into any nearby airport, including:
- Geneva Cointrin Airport, LSGG, GVA, Geneva, Switzerland (1 miles)
- Annemasse Airport, LFLI, QNJ, Annemasse, France (7 miles)
- Meythet Airport, LFLP, NCY, Annecy, France (22 miles)
- Lausanne (La Blecherette) Airport, LSGL, QLS, Lausanne, Switzerland (31 miles)
- Ceyzeriat Airport, LFHS, XBK, Bourg, France (41 miles)
- Amberieu Airport, LFXA, Amberieu En Bug, France (43 miles)
- Chambery Airport, LFLB, CMF, Chambéry, France (43 miles)
- Pontarlier Airport, LFSP, Pontarlier, France (47 miles)
- Challes Les Eaux Airport, LFLE, Chambéry, France (48 miles)
- Payerne Airport, LSMP, Payerne, Switzerland (56 miles)
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About The Event
For more than 15 years, EBACE has been a can’t-miss show for everyone involved in business aviation. Held over three days, the show has grown in attendance and exhibitors every year since it began in 2001.
Europe’s largest business aviation event has grown from 200 exhibitors in 2001 to more than 500 in 2015; from 30 aircraft on display to 60.
In 2015, some 15,000 attendees from more than 100 countries came to the show to learn about the latest advancements in the aviation industry in Europe and beyond.
Business and government leaders, manufacturers, pilots, flight personnel, end-users and corporate aviation department personnel gather to network and learn about new aircraft and business aviation products and services. The event emphasizes the importance of safety and the industry’s importance to government leaders in regards to regional commerce.
While EBACE focuses on business aviation in Europe, it draws attendees from all over the world, including Africa, Asia, the Middle East and the Americas.
Exhibitors showcase the most up-to-date products available. Industry specialists hold informational sessions on topics such as emerging technologies, changes in safety and security, legislative and regulatory changes, air traffic control and operating rules.
Anything and everything you want to know about business aviation is available at the convention.
Static Display: At Geneva International Airport, more than 50 aircraft, including nearly every major business aircraft design in current production, are on display in a special 18,000-square-meter static display area.
Things To Do In Geneva
Ride the Mont-Salève Cable Car. Get stunning views of the Alps and Geneva as you are carried 3,600 feet up Mont-Saleve. At the top, you can participate in all sorts of winter sports, go mountain climbing, cross country skiing or just relax and enjoy the views.
Take a glacier walk. There is only one suspension bridge in the world between two mountain peaks. It’s called the Peak Walk by Tissot and crossing it is a highlight of a Swiss glacier adventure. The bridge is 350 feet long and from it, there are stunning views of more than 24 mountain peaks, including Matterhorn, Mont-Blanc and Eiger. At the top of Glacier 3000, there are ski runs, dogsled rides and the Alpine Coaster, the highest bobsled ride in the world.
Visit Chamonix. The mountain resort in the heart of the French Alps is about an hour from Geneva. It is next to Mont-Blanc, the tallest mountain in Western Europe at 15,800 feet.
Trek the Geneva Wine Trail. You can taste Switzerland’s wine varieties in places such as Satigny, the country’s largest wine-making village; the Champagne region and in charming historic villages on the left bank of the Rhône.
See the Jet d'Eau. The water jet in the center of Geneva’s harbor shoots water 460 feet in the air. Originally built in 1891 to help distribute water from the Rhone River, it has become one of Geneva’s most widely known landmarks.
Eat real Swiss cheese. The popular cheese with all the holes that is available in just about every delicatessen in the world is a descendant of sorts of Emmentaler, a cheese from the town of Emmental, about 120 miles northeast of Geneva.
Learn about watchmaking. There is a reason Swiss timepieces are so highly prized. For more than five centuries, the Swiss have been master watchmakers. Find out why the country has such a distinction by taking a watchmaking tour or by visiting the Patek Philippe Museum where visitors can see watches from the 16th century and learn about the history of time-keeping.
Cruise Lake Geneva. Discover the beauty of Lake Geneva as you cruise between the Alps and the Jura Mountains. You’ll see Mont-Blanc and the buildings in the charming medieval village of Yvoire.