The launch of the Thailand International Air Show, initiated by Thailand Convention and Exhibition Bureau (TCEB), has been approved by Thai Prime Minister General Prayut Chan-ocha. The recommendations were based on a series of feasibility studies and consultations conducted by TCEB since 2018.
TCEB President, Chiruit Isarangkun Na Ayuthaya, said that the approval from the government for Thailand to organise the first Thailand International Air Show is a testament to the potential for business events to drive Thailand's economic transformation. "The air show is an expression of the progress we are making on 'Thailand 4.0'. We know there are extraordinary business opportunities to be found in our aviation, aerospace, and logistics sectors under 'Thailand 4.0' and the Thailand International Air Show will be a key event for investors from around the world."
The Thailand International Air Show will be held every two years at U-Tapao International Airport near Pattaya and has been scheduled for 2027, 2029 and 2031.
„The Thailand International Air Show will be a key event for investors. “
The show will include a conference, an indoor exhibition, static and aerial displays of aircraft, and receptions. The EECO is the official organiser of the show and is supported by TCEB and the Royal Navy of Thailand in the working committee. TCEB will be responsible for marketing and public relations, both domestically and overseas, to raise awareness and attract potential exhibitors. TCEB will also plan a series of activities from 2023 through to the opening date of the show.www.businesseventsthailand.com/thailand-to-launch-first-international-air-show-in-2027