Most trade shows fill convention centers with aisles of products.
The National Business Aircraft Association goes much bigger.
This week, it is displaying more than 50 corporate aircraft at the Henderson Executive Airport.
They range in size from sleek six seaters to jumbo 737s that can be configured for eight to 100 passengers.
Inside, they’re appointed with kitchens and marble counter tops, digital TVs, seats that glide together to form beds, powered window screens, communications systems that can stream video from satellites and control systems that are embedded as smart phone apps.
Many of them can fly from Las Vegas to Abu Dhabi or Hong Kong without refueling.
Never been in one? Here's a taste of what it's like to fly in style: