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The International Brazil Air Show (IBAS) will happen in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, from March 29 to April 2 2017, at the Galeão International Airport.

IBAS aims to bring together the aerospace supply chain, airport infrastructure, and commercial, military and executive suppliers to foster discussion between these three sectors in order to bring about improvements to the market.

The objective is to show how Brazilian aeronautics has developed over the years in the fields of military and civil aviation by the integration of the industry through the work of academic studies, research centers and technological advancements. To learn more about the event in general, please Click here

During IBAS, there will be simultaneous events integrating several sectors of the industry, such as business and general aviation, aerospace industry, air integration and new routes, women representation in the industry, space and drones market in Latin America. In addition to the first Wings of Change placed in Brazil, see below the program schedule:

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The seminars aim to bring up broad discussions for the involved sectors, boosting the debates to promote industry development. To learn more about each one of the seminars click here.

The US Department of Commerce is a proud supporter of IBAS, as we believe that this is an excellent opportunity for US companies to gain visibility and promote their products and services to Brazilian and foreign buyers on the third largest domestic aviation market in the world. Click here to see our Minister Counselor for Commercial Affairs´ letter regarding IBAS.


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