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CAM Attends EBACE 201805 Jun 2018

The European Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition 2018 (EBACE 2018) was held at Palexpo Exhibition & Trade Centre, Geneva International Airport, Switzerland from 29th to 31th May 2018. The delegation of Macau International Airport Company Limited (CAM) including Ms. Emma Tang – Deputy Director of Logistics and General Aviation Development Department (LGD) and Ms. Emma Zhou – Officer of LGD attend this event. Over 400 companies, 55 state-of-art business jets and around 13,000 aviation professionals exhibit in this year’s EBACE. Global business manufacturers also take this chance to present the up-to-date engines and cutting-edge aviation technologies. Industry leaders and exhibitors exchange opinions about business aviation spirits and future trends with Annual Careers being held for young people to learn about what business aviation is like.

 

After the process of open tender, CAM has officially agreed to a six-year business/general aviation (FBO) sub-concession agreement with TAG AVATION ASIA (MACAU) LIMITED (TAG MACAU). During this event, CAM take this opportunity to have further discussion on trends of business aviation development, future cooperation and Asian business aviation prospects with representatives from TAG AVIATION - Chief Executive Officer Ms. Jolie Howard, Accountable Manager of TAG MACAU Mr. Ertürk YILDIZ, Director of Operations Mr. Ray Wilson, Handling Manager Mr. Ilias Ziragachi, and Manager Business Development & Charter Sales, North Asia Ms. Betty Zhang. Meanwhile, CAM representatives have a site visit with Mr. Ertürk YILDIZ at TAG AVIAION’s FBO facility located in their Geneva headquarter, learn about their operation mode, exchange industry experience and enhance mutual trust.

 

CAM representatives also exchange views with various exhibitors, see the latest trends and seek for cooperation possibilities. After Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge is opened for operation, with superior geographic location and sufficient slot resources, Macau is expected to become the business aviation distribution centre in the Pearl River Delta. With the move-in of 2nd FBO operator,MIA will continue to aim at provide diversified services for customers, upgrade maintenance capability for business jets and guarantee a healthy development of Macau business aviation market.