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Published on March 1st, 2017 | by Joe McDermott

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Flying In Ireland to attend EBACE

Flying in Ireland will be represented by Business Aviation Editor Joe McDermott at the forthcoming annual EBACE in Geneva next May and we would like to hear from any Irish company exhibiting or attending, as many do each year.

The 2017 European Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (EBACE2017) will take place from 22 to 24 May at Geneva’s magnificent Palexpo, located right next to Geneva Airports T1.

Thousands of business leaders, government officials, manufacturers, flight department personnel, airports, FBOs, GSE suppliers and all manner of people involved in nearly every aspect of business aviation will meet to conduct business and make buying decisions for the year ahead. EBACE exhibits will showcase more than 500 exhibitors and 60 business aircraft on static display.

You can contact Joe by email at Joe@flyinginIreland.com and find out more about EBACE2017 at https://ebace.aero/2017

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Joe McDermott

Joe has worked in operations & business development with a number of Fixed Based Operators (FBO) including USA based companies Landmark Aviation & Universal Aviation. As founder of business airport/FBO focused consultancy Global FBO Consult he has worked on projects in Bahrain, France, India, Ireland, Morocco, Nigeria, Oman, Tanzania, UAE, United Kingdom & USA. The company specializes in providing cost effective solutions to assist airports, FBOs & ground handling companies grow efficiently & deal with the competition head on, allowing them to attract new customers, keep existing customers & generate maximum revenue. He is a contributor to many BizAv magazines including Business Airport International, Bluesky Business Aviation News, Globalair.com & has written feature articles for P1, historic aircraft magazine FlyPast and a regular contributor to Flying In Ireland. He is a founding member & CEO of the Irish Business Aviation Association (IrBAA), Honorary President of Runway Aviation Club Ghana, founder of Follow Me-Aircraft Marshallers & a “patched” member of the Commemorative Air Force Marshallers-Detachment in the USA.



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