NBAA2008 Static Display Breaks Records With Cutting-Edge Aircraft

Views from the Static Display of AircraftORLANDO, FL, October 6, 2008 – One of the highlights of NBAA’s Annual Meeting & Convention has always been the Static Display of Aircraft, but this year’s display will showcase more cutting-edge developments in business aviation than ever before, highlighting innovative aircraft and systems to help businesses ascend.

The three-day event, being held at the Orlando Executive Airport (ORL), will feature a record-setting 139 aircraft, marking a significant increase of last year’s 115 aircraft on static display at Fulton County Airport (FTY) in Atlanta. Displaying the most exciting aircraft in the marketplace, the static display offers NBAA2008 Attendees an unparalleled opportunity for a one-stop shopping experience to compare and contrast and discover what best suits their business needs.

Views from the Static Display of Aircraft“This year’s show is going to be truly exciting,” said NBAA’s Joe Hart, static display manager. “The 2008 static display is full of the kind of innovations that demonstrate our industry’s vision, with classic aircraft brought up to modern standards that maximize fuel and operational efficiencies.”

Sustainable design will play a key role in all the static display has to offer Attendees. Recent spikes in fuel prices and business aviation incidents have focused attention on the ability of our industry to get passengers where they are going as safely and affordably as possible. To meet this renewed interest, the static display will place an increased emphasis on the advanced composite materials, propulsion systems and avionics that are leading the industry to new heights.

Views from the Static Display of AircraftAircraft on static display is not limited to ORL, however; the million square feet of the Orange County Convention Center’s (OCCC) north and south halls will feature 13 aircraft for visitors, and seven aircraft mock-up displays.

The NBAA2008 Static Display of Aircraft is open today from 9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m., on Tuesday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., and on Wednesday from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Shuttle service is available; to view the shuttle bus schedule, visit

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