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Exhibitor Profiles

Who's Exhibiting at NBAA2010?
Companies Just Like Yours

Held from October 19 to 21, 2010, in Atlanta, GA, the NBAA 63rd Annual Meeting & Convention (NBAA2010) provided one of the most efficient ways for companies to make the most of their marketing dollars in a challenging economic climate. Exhibitors met 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 NBAA2010 remained a must-have on their calendar this year.

  • AeroSafe Products

    AeroSafe Products

    AeroSafe Products has exhibited at NBAA's Convention for almost 10 years, regardless of where it was held. With 10 employees, the company manufactures and distributes environmentally safe and aircraft-safe cleaning and maintenance products. Read more.

  • DPI Labs

    DPI Labs

    DPI Labs has been exhibiting at NBAA's Convention for over 20 years. With fewer than 50 employees, DPI Labs designs switch panels and interfaces for aircraft cabin audio/visual and lighting systems. Read more.

  • Elliott Aviation

    Elliott Aviation

    Pre-owned aircraft services company Elliott Aviation has exhibited at NBAA's Convention for over 10 years, but decided to significantly expand its presence at this year's show with a larger booth space and three airplanes on Static Display at Atlanta's DeKalb Peachtree Airport (PDK). Read more.

  • FlyRight


    FlyRight is a Part 142 FAA-certified pilot training center based outside of Charlotte, NC that has been in business for two-and-a-half years. With 12 people on staff and an FAA-approved Level C full-motion simulator, FlyRight specializes in pilot training for the King Air. Read more.

  • Internal-Net


    Internal-Net is a software startup with four employees based outside of Dallas, TX that designs tracking software for aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) operations. Read more.

  • Liquid Measurement Systems (LMS)

    Liquid Measurement Systems (LMS)

    Liquid Measurement Systems (LMS) has made fuel gauges for helicopters for over 20 years. The 24-person, family-run business designs, tests and manufactures fuel measurement systems at its facility in rural Vermont. Read more.

  • Paulding Northwest Atlanta Airport (PUJ)

    Paulding Northwest Atlanta Airport (PUJ)

    Paulding Northwest Atlanta Airport (PUJ) is the newest airport in the state of Georgia. With a single 5,500-foot runway, new terminal, new fuel farm and new hangar, the airport has been open for just over a year. It's a brand-new airport 30 miles from downtown Atlanta and ideal for business operators. Read more.

  • Unison Aviation

    Unison Aviation

    Unison Aviation is a subsidiary of GE Aviation that manufactures and maintains machined rotating parts and external controls for turbine engines. Read more.

  • Worthington Aviation

    Worthington Aviation

    Worthington Aviation has come to NBAA's Convention every year since the company was founded in 1998. The 55-employee aircraft maintenance and parts company is based in Eagan, MN and serves operators around the world. Read more.