Vietnam’s first int’l aviation expo slated for next week
VIAexpo 2019, the first Vietnam International Aviation Expo 2019, will take place from November 20 to 22 at Tan Son Nhat Pavilion convention center in HCMC’s Phu Nhuan District.
Visitors at a trade fair. VIAexpo 2019 will kick off on November 20 in HCMC’s Phu Nhuan District
With an exhibition area of 2,000 square meters and the participation of 50 exhibitors from 30 countries and territories, the three-day show is expected to welcome 4,000 visitors.
Leading global brands and potential investors in the local aviation sector, such as Skyplan from the United Arab Emirates, Dassault Aviation from France, Gama Aviation from England and JetStream Aerospace from Singapore, will join the show.
The first edition of VIAexpo will display many modern products and technologies in the industry, including jetliners, mobile apps, airport lighting systems, aircraft leasing, airport cleaning solutions and equipment, and airport security.
Aside from standard exhibition activities, the event organizing committee will also host business matching activities. Trade visitors can join a series of conferences and seminars on “Digital technologies for the aviation industry”; “Connecting the skies: Vietnam’s aviation role in the global market”; and “Workforce disruption in the aviation industry: Challenge of getting the right man at the right time.” These topics will be delivered by speakers and global experts.
The trade show is expected to enable aviation firms to learn and stay updated on new aviation trends and technology to address existing issues affecting infrastructure, pilot training and service quality.
Further, the VIAexpo 2019 will serve as a platform for companies and potential investors to network and promote cooperation. SGT
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