Cayman Islands Civil Aviation Authority represents in Las Vegas
Las Vegas played host to the 72nd annual National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (BACE) tradeshow this year.
And as the only foreign aircraft register in attendance, the Civil Aviation Authority of the Cayman Islands (CAACI) represented one of the 89 countries exhibiting at the show.
The Cayman Islands’ delegation, jointly exhibiting with the CAACI, included Island Air (local FBO operator and ground handler) and the Cayman Enterprise City. The Department of Tourism (DOT) and Maples law firm supplied general destination and legal materials pertinent to this target audience.
“The NBAA 2019 tradeshow is a signature event for the CAACI in the promotion of the Cayman Islands Aircraft Registry and the greater Cayman Islands aviation industry. As the largest business/corporate aviation tradeshow globally which seeks to attract upwards of 25,000 attendees and over 1000 exhibitors over 3 days, it is important that the Cayman Islands Aircraft Registry is represented at such an inspiring, interactive and innovative convention”, said the CAACI Director-General Richard Smith.
In addition to the one million plus square feet of exhibition space, more than 100 aircraft were displayed at a static display of aircraft at the Henderson Executive Airport, and also an indoor display inside the convention center and at various exhibitor booths on the show floor.
Click here to review the highlights for this event.