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HELI‑EXPO 2012 News

www.rotor.com/heliexpo HELI‑EXPO 2012 Helicopter Association International February 11–14 Dallas, Texas

secure your booth space at the world’s largest helicopter show!

hELi‑ExPo 2012

the helicopter World heads to the big D!

In February 2012,

more than 18,000

helicopter indus‑

try professionals

from more than 100

countries will come

together at the Dallas

Convention Center in

Dallas, Texas. They will

explore a comprehen‑

sive exhibit hall within

the convention center’s

one million square feet

of exhibit and meet‑

ing space, with more

than 65 helicopters

displayed, and more

than 600 exhibitors

with everything anyone

in the industry would

need for success.

Dallas CVB

Dallas convention center

Welcomes hELi‑ExPo 2012

These industry profes‑

sionals will meet to

learn about the latest

regulations that will

affect their business.

They will hear about

HAI’s involvement

within the industry

through more than 20

committee meetings.

And these helicopter

industry profession‑

als will receive the

most current educa‑

tion through HAI’s

extensive professional

development courses.

HELI‑EXPO ® , the largest

trade show dedicated

to the international

helicopter community,

will converge in Dallas,

Texas, February 11‑14,

2012.

Dallas CVB


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www.rotor.com/heliexpo HELI‑EXPO 2012 Helicopter Association International February 11–14 Dallas, Texas

A WorLD of opportunities Who should Exhibit

By exhibiting at

HELI‑EXPO 2012

you receive a

WORLD of Opportunities to:

• Position your

company as an

industry leader.

• reach Qualified

buyers with

purchasing power.

*According to research,

“Attendees favor industry

exhibitions as a face-toface

medium more than

private events.”

• Provide hands‑on

experience of

your products to

interested buyers.

“HELI-EXPO ® allows our

customers to touch our

products, see and feel the

quality, and learn about

the safety features first

hand.”

Chuck Thompson,

WINSLOW

LifeRaft Company,

Program Manager –

OEM/Helicopter Sales

• Display new and/or

existing products/

services to a receptive

audience.

*Studies show, “87% of

exhibitors rate face-to-face

interaction in marketing

their company’s products or

services to prospects very

or extremely important in

performing their job.”

• Develop strategic

partnerships with

industry professionals

around the world.

• close sales at an

accelerated rate and

save money!

• Gain Exposure

within the industry

before, after, and

during the show.

*“An overwhelming 77%

of all qualified attendees

represent a new

prospect and potential

customer for exhibiting

companies.”

*CEIR Industry Research

at hELi‑ExPo ® ?

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Helicopter Manufacturers

Helicopter Owners/Operators

• Distributors of products/services

for the helicopter industry

• Training Schools/Education Institutions

• Regulatory/Government Agencies

• Companies who offer related products

or services

• You! (Remember, your competitors will be there!)


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A WorLD of Qualified buyers!

Qualified buyers

come from all over

the world to:

• stay current with the

latest industry trends

through meetings

and forums

• Explore the vast

array of new

products and product

developments

• Evaluate and

compare new and

existing products

and services.

*Research states, “94%

of decision makers compared

similar products at

exhibitions.”

Who are these

qualified buyers?

• Engage with

companies with whom

they have a previous

business relationship

• Develop business

relationships with

new companies

• Network with other

professionals within

the industry

*Studies show that “69%

of attendees rate interacting

personally with

industry or professional

colleagues and associates

very or extremely important

in performing their

job. Thus networking is

an essential element of

job performance.”

• 63% of HELI‑EXPO ® attendees register

for the purpose of sales and/or

purchasing opportunities.

• 68% of HELI‑EXPO ® attendees have

some level of involvement in business

purchasing decisions.

• 40% Authorize or give final approval

• 67% of HELI‑EXPO ® attendees surveyed

have attended 2‑10+ years, while 33% are

first timers.

• Attend professional

development

courses to stay

up‑to‑date with the

latest developments

within the industry

*CEIR Industry Research

the World of hELi‑ExPo ® can

be found on our Web site at

www.rotor.com/heliexpo. Don’t

miss out on pertinent information:

• Application for Space

• Rules & Regulations

• Booth Guidelines

• Deadlines

28%

32%

Attendee

Profile

40%

C-Level/Management

Exhibit hall hours

sunday, February 12 11:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Monday, February 13 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

tuesday, February 14 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

• Virtual Trade Show – The most

CURRENT Floor plan

Exhibitor Portal – Register

for badges, download

complimentary guest passes

and more

Exhibitor Service Kit

Exhibitor News

• And MUCH more…

28%

32%

40%

Sales/Marketing

Operations/Maintenance/Administration

C-Level/Management

Sales/Marketing

Operations/Maintenance/Administra

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www.rotor.com/heliexpo HELI‑EXPO 2012 Helicopter Association International February 11–14 Dallas, Texas

the WorLD under one roof…

HELI‑EXPO ® attendees come from all over the world. Whether from near or far,

from the United States or Asia, attendees come to gather under one roof,

in one place, to discuss everything that is Helicopter‑related. Everyone who is

anyone in the Helicopter industry attends HELI‑EXPO ® .

United States

International

79%

21%

What do hELi‑ExPo ®

Exhibitors say

about the show:

“We get significant exposure

to companies who can

use our products, and see

what the trends are in the

industry. It is truly the most

encompassing event for the

helicopter industry.”

Rusty Robertson, Staubli

Corporation, Aerospace

Applications

“HELI-EXPO ® is great for

our company. At no other

time during the year do

we have the ability to

meet with so many of our

current and potential customers

with just one trip.”

John Pedersen, Appareo

Systems, Communications

Coordinator

“HELI-EXPO ® brings together

a diverse and well

qualified prospective customer

audience, as well

as allows us to educate

people about our products

and to continue to

increase market reach.”

Randy Gawenda, Frasca

International, Inc., Sales

Representative

”HELI-EXPO ® is a costeffective

way for us to meet

with many current customers

and market our services

to new companies.”

Jeff Richards, JSfirm, LLC,

Sales Representative

“It’s one-stop shopping for

face time with the people

who are important to our

company. Our clients, customers

and vendors are all

in one place at one time.”

Dan Sweet, Columbia

Helicopters, Public

Relations Manager

“HELI-EXPO ® is the premier

professional networking

venue for helicopter aviation,

whether the purpose

is to purchase/lease/sell

aircraft, promote products,

explore job opportunities

or meet potential

job candidates. As a long

time Sustaining Member

of Helicopter Association

International, I have always

been a firm believer in

supporting the trade association

that supports our

industry.”

Janie Foster, Evergreen

Helicopters, Pilot


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international representation by region

International attendance accounts for 21% of

the total attendance of HELI‑EXPO ® . It has

increased 7 percent over the past 5 years.

International attendees come from all over the

world to gather with industry professionals.

canada ............31%

Latin

America .........16%

What do hELi‑ExPo ® Exhibitors

say about the international

presence at the show:

“HELI-EXPO ® is everything

pertaining to the

helicopter industry under

one roof. From pliers to

end users, people we

phone and e-mail all

year are here to meet

face to face from around

the world.”

Amy Prince, Precision Fuel

Components, Customer

Service Supervisor

“Exhibiting at HELI-EXPO ®

allows us the opportunity

to spend face-to-face

time with our customers

from all over the world

that we would not normally

see in person.”

Keys Miller, Accounts

Manager, Onboard Systems

“HELI-EXPO ® is the

world’s meeting place

for rotary wing interests,

and provides excellent

exposure to reach the

worldwide rotary wing

community.”

Joseph Spinosa, East/

West Industries, Vice

President of Business

Development

Europe .............35%

Middle East ...3%

Asia .......................8%

Australia/

New Zealand/

oceania ............6%

Africa ..................1%

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www.rotor.com/heliexpo HELI‑EXPO 2012 Helicopter Association International February 11–14 Dallas, Texas

A WorLD of

Endless benefits:

• Company/Product

exposure to 18,000+

plus qualified buyers

at HELI‑EXPO 2012

• Enhance your

company’s brand

recognition and

media exposure

• optimize your

operations through

the extensive

professional

development courses

• relationships with

industry professionals

from all over the

WORLD

• Opportunities to

expand your

presence within

the industry through

integrated marketing

opportunities

hELi‑ExPo ® Fact sheet

1 MiLLioN Square Feet

18,000 Potential buYErs

600+ Exhibitors

(including your competition)

60+ Helicopters on DisPLAY

EDucAtioN Opportunities

Media ExPosurE

www.rotor.com/heliexpo

hAi Promotes on

Your behalf!

• Direct Mail pieces

to an industry‑wide

list of prospective

attendees

• Display ads in

numerous industry

publications

• E‑Blasts to HAI

Membership,

previous HELI‑EXPO ®

attendees, and

prospects.

• HELI‑EXPO 2012 Web

site—the go‑to place

for information about

the show

21 Committee MEEtiNGs

Numerous

MArkEtiNG &

sPoNsorshiP

oPPortuNitiEs

to Increase Your

On‑Site Presence

PArticiPAtE in

Manufacturers’ Technical

Briefings

• Official Program &

Exhibit Guide

• Virtual Trade Show

where attendees

can search for

companies and plan

their HELI‑EXPO 2012

experience.

• Complimentary Guest

Passes—limits apply

• Promotes HELI‑EXPO ®

at trade shows

worldwide


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www.rotor.com/heliexpo HELI‑EXPO 2012 Helicopter Association International February 11–14 Dallas, Texas

Your WorLD of opportunities:

Take advantage of

the extensive list of

opportunities below

to maximize your pres‑

ence at HELI‑EXPO 2012.

Distinguish yourself among

your competitors through:

sponsorships

Increase your company’s

visibility and attract new

customers, on and off the

floor — participate in one

of the many sponsorship

opportunities:

• HELI‑EXPO ® Tote bags

• Shuttle Buses

• Badge‑Holder

Lanyards

• HAI Membership

Breakfast

• “Salute to Excellence”

Awards Dinner

• Internet Café

• HAI Welcome

Reception

• Hotel Keycards

• AND MORE!

In addition to the sponsor‑

ship exposure, you will be:

• Recognized in the

Official HELI‑EXPO

2012 Program and

Exhibit Guide,

distributed to every

Show attendee!

• Acknowledged on pro‑

minent signage and

at various functions

throughout the Show.

• Acknowledged in

the Spring Issue of

ROTOR ® magazine,

which recaps the

Show and is mailed to

all Show attendees,

HAI members, and

industry professionals!

Advertising

Get your message out to

thousands of prospective

customers before, during,

and after the conference

by advertising in HAI

publications:

• ROTOR ® , HAI’s

quarterly magazine

that receives

worldwide industry

distribution.

• 2012 Helicopter

Annual ® , HAI’s

membership directory

and comprehensive

reference guide

for the helicopter

industry.

• RotorNews ® , HAI’s

daily electronic

newsletter, sent to

14,000 subscribers

daily.

• The Official HELI-EXPO

2012 Program &

Exhibit Guide, where

you will find the most

complete meeting

schedule and list of

exhibiting companies.

For information on ad‑

vertising opportunities,

contact Lisa Henderson

(lisa.henderson@rotor.com,

703‑683‑4646), HAI’s

Manager of Advertising

and Exhibit Sales.

Press briefings

Get your message across

to the aviation media via

press briefings. Each year,

HAI invites members of

the press to HELI‑EXPO ® ,

where key aviation press/

media publications are

present. Exhibitors are

also encouraged to display

literature in the pressroom

throughout the conference.

F o r m o r e i n f o r m a ‑

tion, or to book a press

briefing time slot, con‑

tact Jim McKenna at

Jim.McKenna @rotor.com.

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www.rotor.com/heliexpo HELI‑EXPO 2012 Helicopter Association International February 11–14 Dallas, Texas

A WorLD of Possibilities – booth types:

standard in‑Line

booths

Size is 10’ x 10’ (approxi‑

mately 3.05m 3.05m) or

multiples thereof, unless

otherwise indicated.

Standard booths include

standard framing materi‑

als; fabric backdrop, 8’

in height; draped divider

rails, 3’ in height; and a

standard booth identifi‑

cation sign bearing the

exhibitor’s name. Carpet

will be set on all main

(numbered) aisles. The

diagram shows the height

restrictions for standard

booths.

island booths

Size is 20’ x 20’ or larger.

Island booths are open on

all four sides. The height

restriction for island

booths is 20’. Booth

designs can use the entire

cubic space up to the 20’

height restriction.

back‑to‑back

20’ x 20’ booths

Some exhibitors need

more depth than 10’, but

their displays (pop‑up

booths and other con‑

figurations) do not work

within the regulations of

an Island Display. To help

these exhibitors and the

overall look of the show,

we have created back‑

to‑back 20’ x 20’ exhibit

spaces. These spaces

will better allow for a back

wall design, which will

extend the full 20’ width,

but are restricted to 16’ in

height without prior writ‑

ten approval from the HAI

Show Management.

Double Deck and/

or covered booths

Please contact HAI Show

Management for special

regulations pertaining to

these exhibits and suit‑

able locations.

Peninsula booths

Configurations (exhibits

that are contiguous with

10’ x 10’ in‑line displays,

but span the end of an

aisle) are not available

unless a space suited

only to that configuration

becomes available.

static booths

Will be located inside of

the convention center.

Assignments are sub‑

ject to space availability.

Static area is for aircraft

only — no platforms are

allowed. Three‑foot (3’)

draped divider rails will

be provided for static dis‑

plays booths. Tables are

allowed for the display

of promotional materials

only and may not exceed

3’ in height within 5’ of

an aisle. Standard chairs

are allowed. Absolutely

no other furniture, office

units, back or sidewalls,

pop‑up exhibits, or audio‑

visual will be allowed.

Static space does not

require floor covering;

however if used, only

standard carpet as defined

in the Exhibitor Services

Kit is permitted. Special

lighting and overhead sig‑

nage must be submitted to

HAI for approval before

December 10, 2011.

the above guidelines

will be strictly enforced.

show Management has

the right to request that

any non‑standard or

excessive display items

be removed immediately.

Non‑compliance by the

exhibitor will result in

complete removal of the

exhibit or an increase

in booth cost to the

standard booth pricing.


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Pavilions

HELI‑EXPO 2012 will

have pavilions on the

show floor dedicated to

geographic regions or

product/services catego‑

ries. These areas will be

marked with an overhead

banner and matching aisle

carpet to distinguish them

from the rest of the floor.

We hope this will make

it easier for attendees to

find particular countries or

products/services they are

interested in.

New for 2012!

First‑time hELi‑ExPo ®

Exhibitor Pavilion

New to HELI‑EXPO ® ? We

will have a pavilion area

designated for first‑time

exhibitors.

New for 2012! Pilot

Accessories Pavilion

Does your company pro‑

vide products or services

particular to the needs

of a pilot? If so, consider

exhibiting as part of the

Pilot Accessories Pavilion,

the one‑stop shop for

pilots of all types.

international Pavilions

These pavilions are for

companies interested

in forming a pavilion of

exhibitors from a particu‑

lar region.

If you are inter‑

ested in being a part

of any of these pavil‑

ions, send an e‑mail to

heliexpo@rotor.com with

the subject, “HELI‑EXPO

2012 Pavilions.”

Note: Companies that

fall in the above categories

are not required to

participate in a Pavilion

area. Pavilion booth

spots will be assigned on

a first-come, first-served

basis. HAI may cancel

pavilion areas if there is

not enough participation.

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Don’t Miss out! Experience

the helicopter WorLD in one Place!

Assignment

of space

An exhibit hall must be

laid out in a way so as

to maximize the flow

of traffic of attendees

and give an overall bal‑

ance to the hall, while

addressing the locations

of utility ports, columns,

fire marshal regulations,

facility move‑in/out door

sizes and locations, and

other restrictions that a

particular facility might

have. HAI reserves the

right to assign space

subject to these param‑

eters and to relocate a

booth should unforeseen

circumstances arise.

HELI‑EXPO ® booth

assignments are deter‑

mined by two separate

lotteries — Lottery 1 and

Lottery 2. Lottery drawings

serve as a means of order

for booth assignment and

in no way guarantees your

preference. The date that

the application is received

by HAI holds no bear‑

ing on when your booth

placement will be made

outside of the lottery

guidelines stated. Booth

preference requests and

View the HELI‑EXPO 2012 floor plan online at

www.rotor.com/heliexpo

other details of location

preference will be given

full consideration.

Payment must be

received with the appli‑

cation for eligibility

in either lottery draw‑

ing, as well as after

lottery, prior to booth

assignment.

Confirmation of space

assignments for Lottery

1 will be sent to the

Exhibitor Contact by

August 31. Confirmation

of space assignments

for Lottery 2 will be sent

to the Exhibitor Contact

by october 14. All other

confirmations will be

forwarded as quickly as

possible following booth

assignment.

Lottery 1

Consists of four stages

and is open only to

HELI‑EXPO 2011 exhibitors

who submit their applica‑

tion with payment by

July 1, 2011. In all stages,

exhibiting companies are

treated equally and the

placement sequence is

determined randomly.

Stage 1 is for airframe

manufacturers whose

exhibit is a minimum of

Dallas convention center

1,500 square feet.

Stage 2 is for all other

exhibits 1,500 square feet

or larger.

Stage 3 places exhibits

smaller than 1,500 square

feet.

Stage 4 is for Static

Displays only.

Lottery 2

Is open to any exhibiting

company, including those

that have not previously

exhibited, returning the

application with payment

by August 19, 2011. This

lottery will consist of

two stages: Stage 1 for

standard booth place‑

ment and Stage 2 for

static space assignment.

Both drawings are com‑

pletely random with no

exhibitor given priority for

any reason.

After Lottery

Applications for Space

received after the August

19th deadline will be con‑

sidered for placement on

the floor after all Lottery

2 exhibitors have been

placed. Such applications

will be assigned space

in the order they are

received. Applications for

Space must be received

by December 30 for

companies to be included

in the Official Program &

Exhibit Guide.


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www.rotor.com/heliexpo HELI‑EXPO 2012 Helicopter Association International February 11–14 Dallas, Texas

Your WorLD starts here—

Exhibit Fees — Member rates

Standard Display $2,200.00 for each 10’ x 10’ unit

Static Display $2,800.00 for each 20’ x 40’ unit

$1,800.00 if Standard Display is also reserved

Non‑Member rates

Standard Display $3,400.00 for each 10’ x 10’ unit

Static Display $4,000.00 for each 20’ x 40’ unit

To exhibit at the member rate, membership dues for HAI fiscal year 2011/2012,

equal to the annual dues level appropriate for your organization, must be

received before or at the time space applications are confirmed.

To become a member of HAI, visit www.rotor.com/join for an online application

form. If you have questions, please contact the Membership Department at

703.683.4646 or mbr@rotor.com.

secure your space today by completing your Application for space online at: www.rotor.com/exhibit

the WorLD of Dallas

Dallas stats

• Dallas is the ninth‑

largest city in the

U.S. and the third

largest in Texas

with a population of

1,299,543.

• Dallas is located

in the Central Time

Zone in North

Central Texas.

• 28.20 million

domestic visitors visit

Dallas annually.

• The average minimum

temperature in

Dallas is 55 degrees

Fahrenheit. The

average maximum

temperature is 76

degrees Fahrenheit.

(The average high for

the month of February

ranges between

37 – 59 degrees

Fahrenheit.)

• Dallas is home to five

professional sports

teams: The Dallas

Cowboys (NFL); Dallas

Stars (NHL); Dallas

Mavericks (NBA); FC

Dallas (MLS) and the

Texas Rangers (MLB)

plus NASCAR and

Indy Racing.

Dallas Fun Facts

• The frozen margarita

machine was invented

in Dallas.

• The largest permanent

model train exhibit

in the country is on

display in the lobby of

the Dallas Children’s

Medical Center.

• Highland Park Village

Shopping Center,

developed in 1931,

Apply at www.rotor.com/exhibit

has the distinction of

being the first planned

shopping center

in the U.S.

• The first convenience

store, 7‑Eleven, got

its start in Dallas

and the corporation

is headquartered

there today.

• The Dallas Public

Library permanently

displays one of the

original copies of

the Declaration

of Independence,

printed on July 4,

1776, and the First

Folio of William

Shakespeare’s

“Comedies, Histories

& Tragedies.”

things to Do

in Dallas

Dallas has it all! From Arts

to Entertainment, from

Shopping to Film, Dallas

has a long list of things to

do and places to see. Visit

www.visitdallas.com for

a comprehensive look at

what Dallas has to offer.

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hELi‑ExPo 2011 Exhibitors

1800endoscope.com LLC

3M Aerospace and

Aircraft Maintenance

Division

40 Square Software

Heli Office

4RESCUE / 4ROTORS

European Rotor &

Rescue Journals

AAR Corp. STI Aviation

Abaris Training

Resources, Inc.

Able Engineering and

Component Services

Absolute Fire Solutions

Accord Technology LLC

ACE

Acme Aerospace

Acousticom Corporation

ACRA CONTROL

ADAC HEMS

Academy GmbH

Advanced Aircraft

Maintenance

Advanced

Technologies Inc.

Advanced Torque

Products

Advantage Aviation

Technologies, Inc.

AEM Corp

Aerazur

Aerial Machine and

Tool Corp.

AERO Design Ltd.

Aero Dynamix, Inc.

Aero Products

Component Services

Aero Seats &

Systems, Inc.

AeroComputers

aerokurier/FLUG REVUE

Aerolite America LLC

Aeromaritime

America Inc.

Aerometals

Aeronautical

Accessories, Inc.

Aerosafe Risk

Management

Aerosimulators

Aerosonic Corporation

Aerospace Design

Aerospace Optics Inc.

Aerospace Products

International

Aerotek Inc.

AeroVan Industries

Aeroweld, Inc.

Ag‑Nav Inc.

AgustaWestland

Ahlers Aerospace, Inc.

Air Comm Corporation

Air Covers (Helicopter

Covers)

Air Dallas

Instruments, Inc.

Air Methods Corporation

Air Rescue Systems (ARS)

Air Shunt

Instruments, Inc.

Air Technology

Engines Inc.

Airborne Data

Systems Inc.

Airborne Engines Ltd.

Airborne Law

Enforcement

Assn. (ALEA)

Aircraft Belts, Inc. (ABI)

Aircraft Electric

Motors, Inc.

Aircraft Maintenance

Systems Inc.

Aircraft On Ground Inc

Aircraft Technical

Publishers

Airglas, Inc.

AirMaintenance Update

Airmark International

AirSure Limited, LLC

Airwolf Aerospace LLC

AKV, Inc.

All Metal MS dba

maintenance

stands.com

All Weather Inc.

Allianz Global Corporate

& Specialty

All‑System Aerospace

Intl, Inc.

Alpine Aerotech Ltd.

American Express Open

AMRDEC PIF

AMSAFE Aviation

AMSTAT, Inc.

AMT Magazine

Apical Industries Inc.

Appareo Systems

ARGUS International

Armour of America

Arrow Aviation Co. LLC

ASPEN AVIONICS

Atec, Inc.

Aureus International

Austin Jet Aircraft Sales

Avalex Technologies

Corporation

AV‑BASE Systems Inc.

Av‑DEC

Avground Systems Corp

Avia Press Associates

(HELICOPTER Int’l

and HELIDATA)

Aviall a Boeing Company

AVIATECH TECHNICAL

SERVICES

Aviation Avionics &

Instrument Corp.

Aviation Controls, Inc.

Aviation Instrument

Services, Inc.

Aviation International

News (AIN)

Aviation Specialties

Unlimited Inc.

AVIATRIX, INC.

Avidyne Corporation

AVINCO

Avinet – Air Maestro

Avionic Instruments (AI2)

Avionics International

Supply, Inc.

Avlite

AvQuest Insurance

Service Division

of Shaw Aviation

Insurance

AvStar Media, LLC

Avtrak LLC

Axsys Technologies

BAE Systems Land &

Armaments Security

& Survivability

Baldwin Aviation, Inc.

Barco, Inc.

Barden/FAG

Barfield Inc.

Barry Cordage Ltd.

Bayards Aluminum

Constructions

Becker Avionics

Belfort Instrument

Company

Bell Helicopter, a

Textron Company

Berkley Aviation LLC

Berlin International

Air Show (ILA)

Big Ass Fans

BLR Aerospace

Blue Sky Network, LLC

Borescopes‑R‑Us

Bose Corporation

Brady

Breeze‑Eastern

Corporation

BrightLine Bags, Inc.

Bristow Academy

Broadcast Microwave

Services, Inc.

Brown Aviation Tool

Supply Co.

Cabair

Cadorath Group

CAE

Caledonian Insurance

Group, Inc.

Calzoni S.r.l.

Canadian Four Design

& Fabrication

Canadian Heli

Structures Ltd.

Canadian Helicopters

School of Advanced

Flight Training

Cannon Aviation

Group, Inc.

Capital Avionics, Inc.


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Carlisle Interconnect

Technologies (ECS)

Carson Helicopter Inc.

Casher’s Aviation

Finishes Casher’s Inc.

Castleberry Instruments

& Avionics, LLC

CDI‑Aerospace

CEL Aerospace Test

Equipment Ltd.

Challenger Flight Systems

Chartis Aerospace

Insurance Services, Inc.

China Helicopter

Exposition

Chopper Spotter Company

(J.B. Knowles, Inc.)

Cobham

Cobra Systems, Inc.

Columbia Helicopters, Inc.

Combat Helicopter

Pilots Association

CommInnovations, Inc.

Component Control

Computer Training

Systems

Concorde Battery Corp.

Conklin & de Decker

Associates, Inc.

Consolidated Aircraft

Supply Company, Inc.

Control Products

Corporation

Controller

Cool City Avionics

Corporate Service Supply

& Manufacturing, Inc.

CORRIDOR Aviation

Service Software

CS Canada

cueSim Ltd.

Curtiss‑Wright Controls

Custom Comfort

DAC International

Inc., A Greenwich

AeroGroup Company

Dakota Air Parts Int

Dallas Airmotive, Inc.

Dallas Avionics

Dallas Convention

& Visitors Bureau

Daniels Manufacturing

Corp.

DART Aerospace Ltd.

Dart Helicopter

Services LLC

Datatoys Digital

Video Systems

David Clark Company

Incorporated

Decision Software

Systems, Inc.

DeVore Aviation

Corporation of America

Diagnostic Solutions

International

Diamond J, Inc.

Digital Airware

Digitran

Dixie Aerospace

Donaldson Company Inc.

DRS Defense Solutions

DTC DUAT

Dubai Helishow

Durable Superior Casters

Dynamic Solutions

Systems, Inc.

Dynatech

International Corp.

Dytran Instruments, Inc.

Eagle Copters Ltd.

Eagle Industries

Unlimited, Inc.

Eagle Picher

Technologies, LLC

EAM Worldwide

East West Helicopter Inc.

East/West Industries, Inc.

ECAS Inc.

ECE

ecms Aviation

Systems GmbH

ECT Industries

EDMO Distributors, Inc.

EDN Aviation, Inc.

Elbit Systems of America

Electroswitch

ELITE Simulation

Solutions

Embry‑Riddle

Aeronautical Univ.

College of Aviation

Emerging Lifesaving

Technologies

EMS Aviation

EMTEQ

ENSCO, Inc.

Enstrom Helicopter

Corporation

Entrol

Era Training Center LLC

Erickson Air‑Crane

Incorporated

Erie Aviation, Inc.

Indraero / Siren

Esterline

Esterline CMC Electronics

Esterline Control Systems

Esterline Power Systems

EuroAvionics GmbH

& Co. KG

Eurocopter

EuroTec Vertical

Flight Solutions

Evergreen

Helicopters, Inc.

Executive

Instruments, Inc.

ExxonMobil Aviation

Lubricants

F & E Gmbh & Co. KG

FAA Navigation Services

FAA Safety Team

FAA Surveillance &

Broadcast Services

FAA Wildlife Strike

Database & Web site

Factory Direct Models

Falcon Crest Aviation

Supply Inc.

Falcon Insurance Agency

Fastening Systems

International

FDC Aerofilter

FEC Heliports

Ferno Aviation, Inc.

Firan Technology Group

Flame Enterprises, Inc.

Flexible Lifeline Systems

Flight Display Systems

Flight Light, Inc.

Flight Suits dba

Gibson & Barnes

Flightcell International Ltd

Flightglobal

FlightSafety International

FLIR Systems, Inc.

Floats & Fuel Cells Inc.

FLYIT Simulators

Frasca International, Inc.

Freedom Aero Service Inc.

FreeFlight Systems

Gables Engineering, Inc.

Garmin USA

GE Aviation

Geneva Aviation

Gill Batteries

Glenair, Inc.

Global Aerospace, Inc.

Global Aviation Co.

Global Finishing Solutions

Goodrich Corporation

Graco Supply &

Integrated Services

Greenwich AeroGroup

Griffin Aerospace Models

Guardian Electric

Manufacturing Co.

Guardian Mobility

Gulf Coast Avionics Corp.

Happy Feet

HARCO

Hartwig Aircraft Fuel

Cell Repair

Hazebuster Optics

HEATCON Composite

Systems

Heli Buyer Europe

Helicomb

International, Inc.

HeliConnect.com

Helicopter

Academy.com, LLC

Helicopter Accessory

Service Inc.

Helicopter Association

International

Helicopter Helmet.com

Helicopter Magazine

Europe

Helicopter Technology

Company

Helicopters Magazine

Heli‑Lynx Helicopter

Services Inc.

Heli‑Mart Inc.

HeliMods Pty Ltd

HeliMx magazine

Heli‑One Canada

HeliOps Magazine

HELIPOOL Europe

HeliRussia

Helitech Reed

Exhibitions Ltd

HELI‑TECH, Inc.

Helitools, Inc.

Helitowcart (Vanair Inc.)

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Helitrades, Inc.

HeliValue$, Inc.

Heli‑Welders Canada Ltd.

Heliworks Inc.

HeloAir, Inc.

Herber Aircraft

Service, Inc.

Hickok & Associates

Hillaero Modification

Center

Hillsboro Aviation, Inc.

HiRel Connectors, Inc.

Honeywell Aerospace

Hope Aero

Hope Aviation

Insurance, Inc.

Hoseline, Inc.

HQ Aero Management

(US) Inc.

HTC USA, Inc.

Hutchinson Aerospace

HW Farren Aircraft

Transportation

IAC, Ltd.

IAI Golan Industries

ILA Berlin Air Show

IGS

IMS New Zealand Ltd

IMT

Indra Systems, Inc.

Innovative Power

Solutions, LLC

Instrument Specialties

Co., Inc

Instrument Tech Corp.

Interactive Safety

Products, Inc. (Alpha

Eagle Helmets)

Intercomp Company

Intermountain Turbine

Services, Inc

International Turbine

Service

Inventory Locator

Service, LLC

Isolair Inc.

JDA Aviation Technology

Solutions

Jeppesen

Jet Support Services,

Inc. JSSI

Jet‑Care

International, Inc.

JETNET LLC

Johnson Service Group

JSfirm, LLC

Kallman Worldwide

Kaman Aerospace

Corporation

Kamatics Corporation

Kannad Aviation

Kansas Aviation of

Independence LLC

Kawak Aviation

Technologies

Kell‑Strom Tool

Company, Inc.

Kelly Manufacturing

Company

KGS Electronics

Kipper Tool Company

L.J. Walch Co., Inc.

L‑3 Communications

Langara Fishing

Adventures

LASELEC Inc.

Latitude Technologies

Corp.

LCX Systems

Leading Edge Insurance

Agency, Inc.

Lear Chemical Research

Corporation

Legacy Aviation Services

Lexavia Integrated

Systems

Life Support

International, Inc.

LifeBlanket

LifePort

Lifesaving Systems

Corporation

LightSPEED Aviation, Inc.

Liquid Measurement

Systems, Inc.

Lloyd Helicopters

Asia Pte. Ltd.

Lockheed Martin

Lockheed Martin

Gyrocam Systems

LORD Corporation

Luminator Mark IV

Luminator

Lumitron Aerospace

Lighting Components

Lunsford Air

Consulting, Inc.

Machida, Inc.

Magellan Aerospace

Magnaghi Aeronautica

S.p.A.

Main Line Corporation

MarathonNorco

Aerospace

Marenco

Swisshelicopter Ltd

Masco Service

Corporation

Max‑Viz, Inc.

McTurbine Inc.

MD Helicopters, Inc.

Mecaer Aviation

Group S.p.A.

Meeker Aviation

Meggitt

Merit Apparel Co., Inc.

MetaMAP, Inc.

Metro Aviation Inc.

Micro‑Surface Finishing

Products, Inc.

Mid‑Continent

Instruments Inc.

Milestone Aviation Group

Mint Turbines LLC

Miraj Corporation

MISSOURI METALS

MOTOTOK

Mr. Sing

NAASCO (North American

Aviation Supply)

Nampa Valley

Helicopters, Inc.

NationAir Insurance

Agencies, Inc.

National Business

Aviation Association

(NBAA)

Nav‑Aids Ltd.

NEMSPA

Newport Aeronautical

Sales

Night Flight Concepts

North Alabama Industrial

Development

Association

North American

Surveillance Systems

NorthEast Aviation

Technologies

Northrop Grumman

Corporation

Northwest

Helicopters, LLC

NTSB

Olympus

Onboard Systems

Oregon Aero, Inc.

Otto Instrument

Service, Inc.

OuterLink Corporation

Overland Energy Inc

Overseas Aircraft

Support Inc.

PAC International

Pacific Oil Cooler

Service, Inc.

Pacific Scientific

Aerospace

Pacific Southwest

Instruments

Pall Aeropower

Pan American Tool

Corporation

Panalpina Inc.

Heliship Div.

Panterra Heli Support Ltd.

Paramount Panels Inc.

Paravion Technology, Inc.

Parker Aerospace

Pentagon 2000

Software, Inc.

Pergam Technical

Services

Peters Software GmbH

Phoenix Heliparts

Physical Optics

Corporation

PlaneTechs

Point Lighting Corporation

Power Hydraulics

Powervamp Ltd

Pratt & Whitney

Canada Corp.

Pratt & Whitney

Tool Support

Precise Flight, Inc.

Precision Fuel

Components LLC

Precision Heliparts Inc.

Premier Turbines A

Division of Dallas

Airmotive

Presagis

Priority 1 Air Rescue

Services Inc.


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Professional Aircraft

Accessories, A

Greenwich AeroGroup

Company

Professional Aviation

Associates,

A Greenwich

AeroGroup Company

Professional Helicopter

Pilots Association

(PHPA)

Professional Pilot

Magazine

Projects Unlimited, Inc.

PSIONdsp

Purolator Facet, Inc.

Q5 Systems

QRP, Incorporated

Quality Aviation

Instruments, Inc.

RBC Aerospace Bearings

RealSims,LLC

REB Technologies, Inc.

Red Barn Machine, Inc.

Reliance Aerotech

Services Inc.

REVUE THOMMEN AG

RFC‑Aerospace

Rhotheta USA

Robinson Helicopter

Company

Rockwell Collins

Rogerson Kratos

Rolin Industries, Inc.

Rolls‑Royce

Rotair Industries, Inc.

Rotor & Wing

ROTORBLATT, The

European Helicopter

Magazine

Rotorcraft Pro Media

Network

Rotorcraft Services Group

Rotorcraft Support, Inc.

Rotor‑Tech International

Rotortech Services

Russian Helicopters, JSC

Saab AB Electronics

Defense Systems

Safe Flight Instrument

Corporation

Saft America Inc

Sagem Avionics, Inc.

(Safran Group)

Sandel Avionics, Inc.

Satellite Technology

International, Inc.

Scott’s ‑ Bell 47, Inc.

Segers Aero Corporation

Sextant Readings Q‑Pulse

SEI Industries Ltd.

SEI Industries Remote

Site Fuel Div

Seitz Scientific

Industries Inc.

SELEX GALILEO

SEMIA

SG Equipment Finance

sHeli‑Port

Shephard Group

Shirtboy.com

Sicma Aero Seat

SIFCO Minneapolis

Sikorsky Aerospace

Services

Sikorsky Aircraft

Corporation

Sikorsky Global

Helicopters

Sikorsky Military Systems

SilverStone Group

Simplex

Manufacturing Co.

Skurka Aerospace, Inc.

SkyBOOKS

SkyIMD

SkyTrac Systems Ltd.

SMT Corp.

Snap‑on Industrial

Soloy Aviation Solutions

South Alabama Aviation

Advantage

Southeast Aerospace

Southern Rotorcraft

USA Inc.

Specmat

Technologies Inc.

SPEC‑OPS/HELIWAGON

SpecTech USA, Inc.

Spectrolab, Inc.

Spectrum Aeromed

Spidertracks

Sprung Instant

Structures, Inc.

SPX Precision

Components

SRT

StandardAero

Start Pac Rotorcraft

Enterprises

StarterGenerator.com

Stäubli Corporation

Sterling Helicopter

Straube

Summit Aviation, A

Greenwich AeroGroup

Company

Sun Aviation, Inc.

SuperAWOS

Superform USA

SureFlight Helicopter

Painting

Survival Systems USA

Sutton James,

Inc ‑ Aviation

Insurance Brokers

Swesystem I Ärla AB

Switlik Parachute Co., Inc

Tanis Aircraft Products

TEC/ACES Systems

Technisonic Industries

Limited

Tech‑Tool Plastics, Inc.

Telvent DTN

TerraLOC

Tesla Industries

THALES

The Helicopter

Newspaper

The Helicopter Show

The Triumph Group

THERMOCOAX

Tiger Performance

Products, Inc.

Tiger Tugs

Timken

Tour Operators’ Program

of Safety (TOPS)

TracMap Aviation

TracPlus USA, Inc.

Trade‑A‑Plane (TAP

Publishing Company)

Trakka Corp

Transaero, Inc.

Transupport, Inc.

Tri‑County

Instruments, Inc.

Tri‑Star Technologies

Turbo Mach, LLC

Turbomeca USA

TurboPureWater

Turtle‑Pac Pty. Ltd.

Tyco Electronics

U.S. Aircraft Insurance

Group (USAIG)

U.S. Department of

the Interior

U.S. Dynamics

Corporation

U.S. Forest Service,

National Interagency

Fire Center

U.S. General Services

Administration

U.S. Specialty Insurance

Company

UND Aerospace

Uniflight, LLC

Unique Handmade

Creations

United Rotorcraft

Solutions, LLC

Universal Avionics

Systems Corp.

UTair

Van Horn Aviation LLC

Vector Aerospace

Velcon Canada

Vertical de Aviacion Ltda

Vertical Magazine

Vietnam Helicopter

Pilots Association

VIH Aerospace Inc.

Vislink

Volare Safe srl

Volga‑Dnepr Unique

Air Cargo

Walin Tools, LLC.

Wencor Group

Whelen Engineering

Company Inc.

Whirly‑Girls

Williams & Williams Inc.

WINSLOW

LifeRaft Company

Wood Group Turbopower

Woodward Airframe

Systems

World Courier, Inc.

World Fuel Services Inc.

WSI

WxWorx, Inc.

Wysong Enterprises, Inc.

Yulista Aviation, Inc.

ZF Luftfahrttechnik GmbH

Zodiac Services

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2011

July 1 Lottery 1, (Stages 1, 2, 3, 4) Application and Payment Due

August 19 Lottery 2, (Stages 1 & 2) Application and Payment Due

August 31 Lottery 1 Booth Assignment Confirmations

october 14 Lottery 2 Booth Assignment Confirmations

Late october Exhibitor Services Kit Available Online

Late November HAI Pilot Safety & Flight Operations Guidelines sent to exhibitors bringing aircraft

December 5 Advertising Space Reservation Deadline for Official Program & Exhibit Guide

December 9 Waiver Request Deadline

December 9 Cancellation/reduction of space deadline to receive partial refund (See Item 12

of the Additional Rules & Regulations at www.rotor.com/heliexpo)

December 30 Application for Space Deadline to be included in the Official Program & Exhibit Guide

2012

January 5 Hotel Reservation Deadline

January 13 Deadline to complete HAI Forms from the Exhibitor Services Kit

January 20 HAI Official Vendor Discount Deadline

January 27 Aircraft Display & Insurance Documents due to HAI Operations

February 3 Deadline to Purchase Additional Exhibit Hall Guest Passes

February 12‑14 Exhibit Hall Open

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