Take advantage of ISTAT's presence at the 2017 International Paris Air Show
The 2017 International Paris Air Show is nearly here, and ISTAT is putting the finishing touches on two members-only events to enhance ISTAT's networking offerings and increase the overall membership value. Members are invited to network, conduct business, and enjoy the special amenities exclusively available for members and guests!
ISTAT members are invited to an evening of networking at this private reception. All ISTAT members are invited to bring one guest to the complimentary reception. Registration is required.
Chalet registration is closed; however, you may register on site. The Chalet offers a convenient setting for quick meetings and the opportunity to mingle with other ISTAT members. It also provides easy access to the static air exhibits as well as fantastic views of the daily air show.
Registration for ISTAT EMEA, set for 24-26 September at the Edinburgh International Conference Centre, opens next week. Housing options will be available, but you must register before housing can be secured. ISTAT EMEA provides members with countless opportunities to network and create new, lasting business connections. Nearly 2,000 delegates are projected to attend the event, which will again feature keynote presentations, panel discussions and much more. Look for more information in the coming weeks.
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The summer issue of Jetrader is available and will be arriving in mailboxes shortly. Packed with content, this issue reflects on ISTAT Americas and ISTAT Asia, while also offering a look at the future of 3D printing, the freighter market recovery, appraiser education, Foundation updates and a host of other topics. Be sure to check out the new issue here.
For those familiar with the freighter aircraft market, 2009 seems like an eternity ago. At that time, freighters of all ages and types were flying into desert storage in record numbers. Air cargo demand had fallen dramatically as the impact of the global recession set in. Some international carriers grounded most of their long-haul freighters, and 777 passenger bellies were considered a real threat to the future of main deck airfreight. Meanwhile, ocean and rail shipping, always more cost effective, became faster and more reliable and with track-and-trace capability formerly only from the integrators.
Advertising space is now available in the Autumn issue of Jetrader magazine. Beyond our normal distribution to all ISTAT members in both print and interactive digital editions, this issue will have significant bonus distribution at ISTAT EMEA event this September. For year-round access to ISTAT members, please reference the advertising opportunities available through ISTAT and Jetrader by clicking here, or by contacting: Erik Henson, Jetrader media director at +1 352-333-3443 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
ISTAT media allows you to enjoy direct and targeted access to more than 4,500 C-suite executives, vice presidents, chairmen, partners, principals, presidents, marketing/sales directors and managers within the global aviation community.
Jetrader, ISTAT's official magazine, is circulated to ISTAT members on a quarterly basis. Each issue of Jetrader highlights industry news and case studies and contains feature articles and member spotlights.
We are now accepting article submissions for the autumn 2017 issue. If you are interested in sharing your expertise and contributing to the content of Jetrader, please contact ISTAT at email@example.com.
Airbus has forecast a need for 34,170 passenger and 730 freighter aircraft, worth a combined total of $5.3 trillion, by 2036, according to Airbus’ latest Global Market Forecast 2017-2036 presented 9 June.
One of the highlights of the aviation calendar, the biannual Paris Air Show celebrates its 52nd edition this month. Organizers expect 2,300-2,400 exhibitors and revealed at a press briefing in May that the show had sold out in October 2016, five months earlier than normal. Some 150 aircraft are expected to be on display.