British-Irish Airports EXPO Partners 2020
British-Irish Airports EXPO Partners 2020
British-Irish Airports EXPO Partners 2020

FREE to Attend | 150+ Exhibitors | 2,300+ Visitors | 6 Conferences

EXCEL London | 22-23 June 2022

Biggest UK airport trade show to become “Shopwindow for British Aviation Group” members

Graham Bolton, Chair, British Aviation Group: “It’s very important to us that we maintain our position as a Strategic Partner of the British-Irish Airports EXPO, particularly after such a difficult 18 months for the industry. The EXPO event is, by any measure, the biggest and most connected airport trade show in the UK and provides a unique shopwindow for the world beating products and services that our members have to offer. Our partnership very much allows us to think of this as ‘our home show’ – which is accessible to the widest possible cross section of the membership. I encourage all of our members to engage, get involved, and fully take advantage of this ‘special relationship’ and the valuable 10% exhibition discount available to all BAG members.”

British Aviation Group re-affirms EXPO partnership with MAN, LHR, LGW; to be “Shopwindow for BAG members”

British Aviation Group backs British-Irish Airports EXPO on platform with Heathrow, Manchester Airports Group and Gatwick

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British Aviation Group (BAG), the aviation trade association representing over 200 UK airport suppliers, has once again thrown its weight behind the UK’s biggest airport trade show as it moves from Olympia to ExCeL London on 22-23 June. The EXPO, which typically comprises up to 150 exhibitors, six free to attend conferences, and draws over 2,300 visitors, has been closely associated with BAG since the very first event was hosted by Birmingham Airport at the NEC in 2016. As before, BAG will take one of the three main stages for a BAG-staged “Supply Chain Conference” connecting the UK’s leading airport procurement and development executives together with the wider supply chain comprising British Aviation Group members.

By driving collaboration across ALL the many multiple stakeholders on the airport campus, 2022’s British-Irish Airports EXPO has been wholly-designed to forge recovery, with the host airports committing to an agenda rooted in “unity of purpose.”

Alongside the Hosting Airport Coalition, BAG is joined by the Regional and Business Airports Group (RABA), the regional airports trade association of over 40 UK and British Dependency airports.

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British Aviation Group’s 200+ members qualify for a 10% discount on British-Irish Airports EXPO published exhibition rates.

Attendance by BAG member companies is universal, and some 30 BAG companies typically exhibit benefiting from a 10% discount on published exhibition prices.

The British Aviation Group brings empowered airport purchasing directors to the stage at the British-Irish Airports EXPO, Olympia, June 2019: This strong line-up comprised Terry Fitzmaurice, Group Procurement & Contracts Director, Manchester Airports Group; Keith Letten, Construction Category Manager, Gatwick Airport; and Andy Haynes, Procurement Director, Heathrow Airport, chaired by Jason Fowler, Lead Aviation Sector Partner, Gardiner & Theobald and BAG Incoming Chair (from September 2021).

Pre-register for the 5th British-Irish Airports EXPO >> EXHIBIT AND CLAIM 10% BAG DISCOUNT >>

 

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