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Helitech Expo revived under new management

Posted 21 April 2021 · Add Comment

UK rotorcraft industry event, Helitech Expo, is set to return under the new management of the multi-award winning PRYSM Media Group.

Image courtesy Helitech Expo

Partnered with the industry’s leading bodies, the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA), ADS Group and British Helicopter Association (BHA), Helitech Expo 2021 will be returning to London's ExCeL on the 5th & 6th October with over 300 cutting edge exhibitors, 3,000 key buyers, Live Fly In, dedicated emergency service zone as well as 100 expert led seminars, all leading to unparalleled networking opportunities.

The show will be filled with informative, inspiring and innovative ideas directly from front runners of the sector. This plethora of content will assist the discovery of the latest advancements from the people who are on the front foot as the rotorcraft landscape continues to adapt and diversify.

Over £10.8 billion has been allocated by the MOD alone for helicopters in the UK between 2019 and 2029, not to mention the total turnover of the wider industry currently at £32 billion, this puts the UK’s aerospace industry at the second largest in the world! As the first event of its kind within the UK, Helitech Expo is the place to get in front of over 3,000 of these key buyers and the perfect opportunity to immerse yourself in the topics which have become a prevalent matter since exiting the European Union.

Prysm Media Group are more determined than ever to bring you the most informative, replenished show to date and with the support from the likes of our leading partners, such as the British Helicopter Association, who have expressed the importance of Helitech Expo this year we cannot wait to welcome you to the show in October.

Tim Fauchon, CEO of British Helicopter Association, has said: “We are excited to be working with the team at Helitech Expo and Prysm Group. The helicopter industry needs a show dedicated to the UK’s aerospace industry, especially at a time like now. The new features and seminars are key for visitors to gain the latest information in the ever-changing industry. We cannot wait to get back to events and we are really looking forward to a refreshed version of the historic Helitech Expo.”

Jonathan Nicholson, Director of the UK Civil Aviation Authority, said: “The helicopter industry is a key stakeholder, so we are looking forward to engaging with the community at Helitech Expo. As the industry safely recovers from COVID-19 and post EU-Exit there is a significant level of change that we can discuss and share information on.”

 

 

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