According to the Air Transport Action Group, ATAG, the global air transportation industry provides over 58 million jobs, carries 3 billion passengers annually, and generates US$2.4 trillion on global GDP. Moreover, one third of all global trade (in value) is transported by aircraft and hence aviation is a key component of globalized businesses.

When talking about business aviation, Brazil owns the second largest business jet fleet in the world, behind only the United States.

Keeping this in mind, it is necessary to create an event appropriate to this industry, attracting companies from all over the world, while maintaining a special focus on the Americas.

IBAS – International Brazil Air Show – will gather in one place the major players in the civil and airline industries, airport infrastructure, defense, facilities, internal security, maintenance of aircraft and space technology.

International strategy

One of the goals of IBAS – International Brazil Air Show is to show Brazil’s long tradition in the aerospace sector, and its excellent technological capabilities in research centers and as an aircraft manufacturer.

For this purpose, the event will feature a program specially developed to attract an international audience for its business meetings and seminars, as well as national and international delegations.

Sectors showcase

The aerospace and airports industries gathered in one place, providing excellent business opportunities in a market in full growth.