Piaggio Aerospace and Riviera Airport co-exhibit at EBACE 2017

18.05.2017

Piaggio Aerospace and Riviera Airport co-exhibit at EBACE 2017
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Villanova d’Albenga, 18 May 2017 – Piaggio Aerospace, a leading Italian aircraft manufacturer active in the business and defence & security sectors, and Riviera Airport, strategic airport in the Italian Riviera exclusively dedicated to general and business aviation, today announced their co-participation in the 17th edition of EBACE, the European Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition staged in Geneva, Switzerland, at the Palaexpo and Geneva International Airport between 22nd and 24th May, 2017.

The Riviera Airport project will be presented during EBACE 2017.

Piaggio Aerospace and Riviera Airport will be present at Hall 6 at the common stand P98.

Piaggio Aerospace will also display one of its flagship Avanti EVO business jets.

 

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About Piaggio Aerospace
Piaggio Aerospace designs, develops, manufactures and maintains aircraft, aircraft engines and structural components. Piaggio Aerospace is a story of innovation and progress started in 1884 in Genoa, Italy. A continuous commitment to research & development, combined with innovative design and style, drive the development of Piaggio Aerospace, a main player on the world market for executive planes, unmanned aerial systems and special mission aircraft. The company operates from its brand new aerospace center of excellence at Villanova d’Albenga, Italy. Piaggio Aerospace is implementing a strategic plan oriented towards developing business in response to new market demands. The company’s new vision aims to maintain and strengthen its role as a main player in business aviation as well as a key player in the defence & security sector. Piaggio Aerospace is 100% owned by Abu Dhabi-based Mubadala Investment Company.

 

About Riviera Airport
Riviera Airport looks back on nearly a century-old history of Italian aviation. Established in 1922 and named after the Italian fighter pilot “Clemente Panero”, the runway at Villanova d’Albenga was variously used for military, industrial and civil purposes. To date, the Riviera Airport is the home port of Piaggio Aerospace, Italy’s most important aircraft manufacturer in Italy. Apart from this, the airport is used exclusively to handle general and business aviation. The 1.5 km long runway can be used by aircraft with a take-off weight of up to 60 tonnes and offers private jets of all classes an interesting alternative to the overcrowded airports beyond the Italian border. Monte-Carlo can be reached in less than an hour by motorway, while a helicopter operator offers a 20-minute shuttle flight from the runway to the Principality. The sandy beaches of Alassio, the nearby golf course of Garlenda and the beauty of the Ligurian coastlines and mountains invite passengers and crew to explore and to rest. Riviera Airport is managed by AVA SpA, which is owned at 99.5% by Aeropolis SpA.

 

Piaggio Aerospace Contacts                          
Luciano Luffarelli
Head of External Communication
& Institutional Affairs
M. +39 3357027207
lluffarelli@piaggioaerospace.it

Riviera Airport Contacts
Valentina Botta
International Business Development
M. +33 667389318
v.botta@riviera-airport.it