There are many opportunities in the CEE countries says CEPA

CEPA logoThe Central Europe Private
Aviation (CEPA) are attending EBACE in Geneva
meeting their members and looking to raise awareness of the opportunities in
Central Europe for business aviation as well as showcasing the business
investment opportunities available in countries like Poland
and the Czech Republic.

“The CEE region has not been
so affected by the financial turbulence in Europe
this year and we have a reason to smile at this year’s EBACE,” said CEPA founder
Dagmar Grossmann.  “We have a number of international events coming up in
the region, not least the UEFA European Cup, which will inevitably see more
western business aviation charter companies flying in – to Poland and the Ukraine.”

CEPA chairman Brendan Lodge
added: “This year’s EBACE is important for our new Board to talk about the
region and the high international standards our members’ companies are
consistently setting, as well as hearing about the trends affecting operators
in Europe.  Attending this premier
business aviation gathering is very valuable as we look to enrich our third
annual networking conference toward the end of the year.”

CEPA have confirmed the
dates for the next CEPA Expo, the event is being held in the Prague Congress
Centre on the 29 to 30 November 2012.

“EBACE, the premier
international business aviation event in Europe, is a good opportunity to meet
with lenders and financiers – to educate about them about the opportunities in
our region, but also operators and charter providers – those who conduct
business in Eastern and Western Europe. 
Our aim is to explore best practices and identify what these two groups of
operators can learn from each other,” Brendan Lodge concluded.