Parallels between aviation and motorsport have been drawn for a long time. The thrill and exhilaration that both can produce has kept people enchanted for many years and will continue to do so long into the future. Lord March has taken his passion for speed and beauty to create the world’s foremost motorsport event, the Goodwood Festival of Speed, to which we added The Goodwood Aviation Exhibition in 2011.
Due to popular demand the Goodwood Aviation Exhibition was made an integral part of the Festival of Speed and Moving Motor Show in 2013, and was positioned in the Festival Of Speed next to the Moving Motor Show. That position has now become the long term home of the Aviation Exhibition.
The Goodwood Aviation Exhibition brings a long over due vibrancy to showcasing what the UK and Europe has to offer in the Aviation Industry. Whether you are an established pilot, learning to fly, or simply have an interest in aircraft this is the place for you.
This cross-industry exposition and networking event covers the private aviation, charter, engineering services and leasing sectors. This new improved exhibition and hospitality area form a core part of the whole show, and is a great place to reach this public audience, as well as offering your guests a superb hospitality experience as part of the Festival of Speed, which is already the leading event for businesses operating in and wanting access to the automotive sector. We have over 400 companies each year attending and entertaining guests which provides incredible networking opportunities.
The Goodwood Aviation Exhibition has been driven by demand for a strong aviation industry exhibition, with almost a third of the 190,000+ people attending the Festival of Speed last year, having a private pilot’s licence, chartering aircraft or having a very strong interest in aviation.
Running in conjunction with the Festival of Speed over a 4 day period, there will be a host of sights to see every day, including static aircraft displays and flying displays. Make a short break of it and enjoy a stay in one of the many local hotels. Or why not camp on one of the numerous sites situated around the exhibition?