EBACE 2015 will mark the 15th annual European Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition in Geneva, as it opens on May 19th.
A highlight will be a new unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) exhibit area and a focus on European Commission regulations regarding their operation in Europe.
The exhibit will allow for live demonstrations in a 144-sq.-ft. netted area in the “Innovation Zone” of the Palexpo exhibit hall.
A special session is scheduled to discuss European Commission regulations for UASs, better known in Europe as “remotely piloted aircraft systems.” The commission has proposed a framework for UAS operations that includes three categories, based on risk, the least of which would not require oversight by aviation authorities. At this point, the (EASA) “Concept of Operations for Drones” states simply that they “should be regulated in a manner proportionate to the risk of the specific operation.
David Monacell, CFS Jets’ Vice President, will be traveling to Geneva next week to attend EBACE 2015 to meet with current clients and prospects, as well as take in all that the event has to offer. If you happen to see him, make sure to say hello!David Monacell has over 15 years of private aviation sales experience. Throughout his career, he has held senior sales positions for both manufacturers and dealers representing multiple product lines. David’s areas of expertise include jet and turboprop transactions both domestic and international, as well as leasing, management, and acquisition services.
David’s diverse background offers a unique perspective to his clients who benefit from his industry knowledge and experience with a variety of financing and transaction types. Instilled with a strong work ethic and a commitment to “treat others as he would like to be treated”, it did not take David long to earn the trust and loyalty of his customers. He is proud to be known for his integrity and genuine enthusiasm for helping both sellers and buyers realize their objectives.
CONTACT DAVID: firstname.lastname@example.org | (704) 936-8195