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Who's Exhibiting at NBAA2013? Companies Just Like Yours
Held from October 22–24, 2013, at the Las Vegas Convention Center, the 2013 Business Aviation Convention & Exposition (NBAA2013), 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 NBAA2013 remained a must-have on their calendar this year.
Reliable Jet Maintenance (RJM) is a Part 145 repair station based at Florida's Boca Raton Airport (BCT), with a satellite station on Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International (FLL). Read more about Reliable Jet Maintenance.
Hilton Software has half a dozen employees, is expanding rapidly and is the publisher of WingX Pro7, the top-selling aviation app for the iPad. This is their second year exhibiting at NBAA's Annual Convention. Read more about Hilton Software.
Toronto-based Aviatechnik is a new company running an MRO on Toronto's Pearson International Airport, with advanced support for landing gear, as well as aircraft hydraulics and pneumatic systems. Read more about Aviatechnik.
With just 10 employees, Automated Systems in Aircraft Performance (ASAP) of Cranberry Township, PA conducts runway analysis and weight and balance calculations for aircraft ranging from business jets to Boeing 747s. This is their first NBAA Convention. Read more about ASAP.
Nuvite, a manufacturer of aircraft maintenance chemicals and maker of NuShine II, has been exhibiting at the NBAA Convention for more than 25 years. They come to support the OEMs and the FBOs who use their products. Read more about Nuvite.
Southern California's Corporate Air Parts has exhibited at NBAA's Convention and other events for more than four years. With its strong West Coast presence, NBAA2013 is an ideal opportunity to meet customers. Read more about Corporate Air Parts.
Powervamp, a 20-year-old company with two factories in the UK, manufactures ground power units (GPUs) for all types of aircraft, from small piston airplanes to the largest airliners.
Founded in 2004, this 30-employee software company is unveiling a new product designed specifically for business aviation.