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Helicopter pavilion at Dubai 2003 air show to focus rotorcraft industry

posted on 23/11/2003: 1483 views

The new Helicopter Pavilion which has been added to the Dubai air show profile for the first time has sold out with some of the biggest names in the rotorcraft business participating. The pavilion, introduced by show organisers Fairs and Exhibitions (F&E) to give added focus to the rotorcraft industry is being introduced at Dubai 2003, the eighth international aerospace exhibition being held in Dubai next month.

Among those participating in the pavilion are Bell Helicopter, Edwards Associates, Hawker Pacific, the leader in aircraft sales and product support, the rotary wing modifier, Aviation Accessories, Sikorsky, Rotor Blade Inc. Defence Optical, ITT, Litton and Schweizer – the US manufacturer of light turbine powered helicopters. The Helicopter Pavilion will be in the East Hall of Airport Expo Dubai, where Dubai 2003 will be held from December 7-11. Around 500 companies from 35 countries will be participating with 13 national pavilions, of which the USA is the largest with over 60 exhibitors, and among which Jordan and Ukraine feature for the first time. (The Khaleej Times)


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