Large scale models produced by PacMin fill the exhibition floor at EBACE 2018 (European Business Aviation Conference & Exposition). The precision aviation models range in size and complexity from static exhibit models to fully lit and interactive cutaway models.
The PacMin-produced models can be seen at numerous exhibitor booths including Aerion, Airbus Corporate Jets, and HondaJet. Aircraft model displays are excellent communication tools that not only attract passersby and potential customers, but also illustrate the unique features of the aircraft.
Boeing Business Jets’ showstopping 1/12 scale 737 MAX 7 cutaway also returned. The cutaway model was unveiled at least year’s EBACE and features an interior concept by Alberto Pinto Interior Design.
The BBJ cutaway stretches an impressive 9’ long (2.8m) and includes nine fully furnished rooms and five working TV monitors.
Greenpoint Technologies had their own custom large scale cutaway on display.
The 10’ long (3m) 787-9 Dreamliner cutaway debuted at EBACE 2014 and continues to amaze attendees at every show. The livery and interior design were inspired by nature and incorporate luxurious natural elements, such as wood and marble.
Other notable business jet model sightings included a fleet of exhibit models in a new Bombardier livery. The large 1/12 scale business jet models were on view in the static aircraft display area next to the full size aircraft.
The three-day show attracts business aviation professionals from across the globe. EBACE reports this year’s edition saw attendees from 100 countries and drew in over 400 exhibitors.
EBACE will return to Geneva next year on May 21 – 23, 2019.