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Who's Exhibiting at NBAA2011? Companies Just Like Yours
Held from October 10 to 12, 2011, in Las Vegas, NV, the NBAA 64th Annual Meeting & Convention (NBAA2011) provides one of the most efficient ways for companies to make the most of their marketing dollars in a challenging economic climate. Exhibitors meet face-to-face with colleagues and customers to cultivate existing relationships and build new ones – all in one place, saving them time and money. In the following Exhibitor profiles, representatives of NBAA Member Companies explain in their own words why NBAA2011 remained a must-have on their calendar this year.
As a manufacturer of engine monitoring systems for piston and turboprop airplanes, Flightline's main customers are engine upgrade integrators. Many of those integrators come to NBAA's Convention to exhibit themselves or to find business partners, which is why Flightline needs to be here. Read more.
Cobham is an international manufacturer of leading-edge aerospace and defense technology systems for military and civil aviation clients. Read more.
Aircraft Cabin Systems (ACS) makes high-end LCD displays and monitors for clients in a variety of markets, including business aviation. Read more.
ForeFlight is a company that makes apps for pilots. Founded only four years ago, the 10-person company is already one of the leading providers of flight planning, chart management and pre-flight weather apps for the iPad. Read more.
With 40 people on staff, Flight Explorer, which provides a real-time fleet management tool, has been in business since 1947 and has been coming to NBAA's Convention "since the beginning." Read more.
Founded two years ago outside Rochester, NY, Jetshine USA distributes a protective aircraft coating invented in Germany, called Peramnon, a silicon-based nano-coating that Jetshine President Pat O'Neil calls "revolutionary." Read more.
For four years, Airports of Northwest Florida, a coalition of local businesses and governments in Okaloosa County, has been exhibiting at NBAA's Convention to attract aerospace companies to the region's three public-use airports. Currently, they're focused on turning Crestview Bob Sikes Airport (CEW) into an aerospace hub. Read more.
Based on Mena Intermountain Municipal Airport (MEZ) in Arkansas's Ouachita Mountains, Rose Aircraft Services is a family-owned aircraft refurbishment shop that's been in business since 1964. For at least 30 of those years, Rose Aircraft has been exhibiting at NBAA's Convention. Read more.
Heavy Structures, a business of about 20 people based in Kansas City, MO, builds aircraft hangars. The company has done everything from delivering just the materials for a small aircraft hangar to constructing the U.S. Navy's largest hangar in the world in Jacksonville, FL. Read more.