Sept. 15, 2023

The pace of change in business aviation is as fast as ever, and leading companies are continually investing and innovating to meet the opportunities on the industry’s horizon – a reality that will be on full display at the 2023 NBAA Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (NBAA-BACE).

More than 800 NBAA-BACE exhibitors will showcase the latest aircraft, avionics, engines and other propulsion technologies, as well as a host of other cutting-edge products and services as part of business aviation’s biggest event of the year, set for Oct. 17-19 in Las Vegas, NV at the Las Vegas Convention Center and Henderson Executive Airport (HND).

“We are excited to be back in Las Vegas for what’s sure to be our best convention ever,” said Laurie Lutz, NBAA senior vice president of events. “Attendees will have an opportunity for an up-close look at the technologies driving the excitement, safety and sustainability of business aviation.”

The LVCC exhibit floor will host a vast array of exhibitor types, as well as the Emerging Technology Pavilion, with AAM aircraft and other next-gen technologies, and an indoor aircraft display featuring helicopters and fixed-wing airplanes. An impressive display of leading-edge aircraft will be on hand at Henderson Executive Airport and, for the first time at NBAA-BACE, a series of advanced advanced air mobility flights will take place at the airport.

View a list full list of exhibitors at both venues, and visit the NBAA-BACE show planner for an easy-to-use tool to create a personalized calendar of exhibitor meetings.

Many exhibitors have taken a sustainability pledge to support efforts to make this year’s edition of NBAA-BACE the most sustainable to date. The pledge includes commitments for reducing printed materials, use of sustainable materials in booth construction, and other sustainability measures. Learn more about the NBAA-BACE Exhibitor Sustainability Pledge.

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