Trade passes for the Farnborough International Airshow 2018 are now on sale.
Alongside its existing features such as the Space Zone, Innovation Zone and Meet the Buyer programme, Farnborough International has launched an area dedicated to new technology.
Entitled Aerospace 4.0, the area has been sponsored by Deloitte with Additive Industries, 3D Systems, Frazer Nash Manufacturing, LPV, Salesforce and SAP confirmed as exhibitors.
Originally launched at the 2016 show, the Cargo Village also returns with Volga Dnepr confirmed as headline sponsor. In 2018, it will showcase its own exhibition hall and incorporate a two-day conference.
In Hall 3, an ‘Air Force Command Centre’ has been created for the Live Product Demo area. Farnborough International has teamed up with Crisis Cast to create a ‘real-life’ scenario played by actors. The feature will allow exhibitors to demonstrate their defence and security products to potential industry customers and military delegations in a more exciting and entertaining way.
Commercial Director, Amanda Stainer, said, The show is looking really exciting and is almost completely sold out with over 100 new companies exhibiting this time around. The Space Zone is full and we are on target to get 27 national pavilions possibly more. Brexit and Aerospace 4.0 will be big talking points at the show and we would encourage businesses to attend the show either as a visitor or an exhibitor. With the Farnborough International Airshow now just a few months away, we urge exhibitors to focus their marketing activities on inviting their potential customers and business partners to attend the show.
Farnborough International Airshow will take place 16-20 July 2018.