Aug. 30, 2021

Advancement and modernization is always in the forefront in business aviation – even during a sustained pandemic. Because many exhibitors have released their latest new products over the last 18 months, the focused digital and mobile presence of a retooled New Products Showcase will be a valuable asset to attendees and exhibitors alike at the NBAA Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (NBAA-BACE), taking place Oct. 12-14 in the all-new West Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center.

“We’ve reimagined the New Product Showcase with the exhibitor and attendee experience in mind,” said Tyler Austin, NBAA director, certification. “This digital platform will allow exhibitors to get their product or service in front of a wider audience, increasing the ROI on their NBAA-BACE investment.

“For attendees, the platform will pull together many of the latest and greatest products business aviation has to offer in one place,” he added. “Attendees will be able to view these products before, during and after NBAA-BACE, maximizing exposure and access to these featured new products.”

The showcase gives exhibitors a highly visible space to shine a spotlight on their new products and easily reach potential buyers and customers. This exclusive opportunity is only available to NBAA-BACE exhibitors, with listings appearing on both the NBAA-BACE website and the show’s mobile app, as well as dedicated outreach to NBAA press partners.

For attendees, the New Product Showcase will provide easy digital access to some of business aviation’s most exciting new products during the show with the NBAA-BACE mobile app.

Exhibitors interested in the New Products Showcase may contact Tyler Austin at

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