Returning with the largest international presence yet, The Space Zone offered exhibitors and visitors the opportunity to meet with the global space community and do business at one of the world’s leading space features.
Building on the success of 2018, the Space Zone returned to the Farnborough International Airshow for its biggest show yet, offering exceptional opportunities to network with the leading innovators driving this growing sector.
The expanded Space Zone became more international, showcasing the latest developments from across the globe.
Located within one of the new soundstages located alongside Hall 4, the Space Zone was an unmissable addition to the Farnborough International Airshow.
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Throughout the week, the Space Zone drew in huge audiences and proved to be one of the most popular and successful parts of the show. Featuring exhibitors from a wide range of space-driven companies and Space Agencies from around the globe, the variety of ideas being shared and showcased was immense.
The dedicated Space Theatre put on a comprehensive 5-day schedule of pioneering and engaging content, welcoming inspirational speakers and key figures from the space industry including ESA Astronaut Tim Peake, NASA Astronaut Charles Duke (Apollo 16), Dr Paul Bate, CEO, UK Space Agency and Melissa Thorpe, Head of Spaceport Cornwall.
For our Pioneers of Tomorrow event on Friday, the Space Zone was packed out with students, families and young professionals interested in learning more about where space travel is heading and even discover the potential career pathways for young pioneers.
As a key theme of the show in 2022, the Space Zone proved to be an engaging, forward-thinking and innovative platform for exhibitors and visitors alike to cast their direction beyond our planet.