NBAA Annual Meeting & Convention

2016-06-13 14:02

NBAA Annual Meeting & Convention

The NBAA (National Business Aviation Association) Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition is the business aviation industry's largest and most efficient annual gathering of buyers and sellers. It often is the only yearly opportunity to do direct, side-by-side comparisons of nearly every product and service available to company flight departments. It also is far and away the industry's leading venue for new product announcements and introductions.

Outlook: NBAA Annual Meeting & Convention 2016

The next NBAA Annual Meeting & Convention will take place:

01-03 November 2016
Orange County Convention Center
Orlando (FL, USA)

Lufthansa Technik will be present with its own booth.

Aiming for total perfection

Visitors to Lufthansa Technik's booth are offered the unique opportunity to experience live how wood veneers are transformed into premium furnishings for VIP aircraft cabins. A joiner from Lufthansa Technik's workshop in the Completion Center in Hamburg is working on site at the booth with veneers and will present exceptional examples of craftsmanship.

More from your life on board

We are pleased to showcase selected cabin equipment and connectivity technologies at NBAA. Shown in realsize, our Two-In-One-Solution (TIOS) is more than a stylish design element, but a radome mounted on the vertical stabilizer that reduces drag and operational costs. Also on display in full-size, the Patient Transport Unit NG (PTU NG) is part of our integrated approach for providing in-flight medical solutions. Last not least, the newly featured Ka-band connectivity significantly outperforms existing systems in speed and coverage.

Keeping the Dreamliner real

With almost 200 aircraft under contract, Lufthansa Technik today is the partner of choice to provide optimum support for the Boeing 787. Besides offering a full spectrum of life cycle services, the VIP completion of the Dreamliner is a special task that Lufthansa Technik is prepared to master like no other. The company has extensive experience with composites and is involved in a number of research programs that address this new airliner generation and its technologies.

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