Central European Private Aviation (CEPA) - an industry trade body established to support business aviation in central and eastern Europe - will host its third annual Expo on 27 and 28 November in Prague. The 2013 Expo will build on a "successful 2012 event", which attracted treble the number of delegates from its first year.
"Last year's Expo was extremely well supported by a wide range of delegates from the industry and by some large corporate partners looking for development opportunities in the CEE [central and eastern European] marketplace," says CEPA chairman Brendan Lodge.
"It is particularly pleasing that, against a backcloth of a difficult economy in the West and the CEE, that CEPA, as an organisation, is gaining in profile and significance.
"During my time as chairman, I have witnessed an expansion of private aviation activity in the CEE and continue to hear from companies from within the region looking to do business with the West," Lodge adds.