One Month to Go, Just 5% Space Available in Support
Expositions, a division of leading diversified business-to-business
media company, Cygnus Business Media, has announced that over 95%
of the available exhibit space for GSE International Expo and AS3 -
the Aviation Services & Suppliers Supershow has been sold. Over
450 leading manufacturers will feature a vast array of ground
support, ground handling and aviation services and supplies, as
well as aircraft maintenance equipment. The events will be held
concurrently for the first time, May 13-15, 2003 at the Las Vegas
Convention Center in Las Vegas (NV).
An exhibit hall packed with hundreds of companies will allow
aviation industry professionals to find what they need, all under
one roof, comparing the latest offerings side by side. GSE
International Expo will feature nearly 200 companies showcasing the
very latest in ground support equipment, services and solutions.
Participating manufacturers include Bowei of China, Premier
Engineering, Bosserman Aviation, Stewart & Stevenson TUG,
Garsite, Malabar International, Taylor-Dunn, Gray Automotive, Ford
Power Products and many more. AS3 will host over 250 companies from
all disciplines, including General Dynamics Aviation Services, Air
BP, Pratt & Whitney (Tool Support Services & Canada),
Flight Safety International, AvFuel Corp., Dassault Falcon &
Affiliates, B/E Aerospace, and Ascent Aviation Products, to name
just a few.
ITW GSE Group (Hobart Ground Power, Trilectron Industries, Axa
Power, Air-A-Plane and J&B Aviation Services) heartily supports
the GSE Expo," says Alan Janis, Vice President of Business
Development, J&B Aviation Services. "Even in these uncertain
times within our industry, we find that it is truly cost effective
to have this opportunity to display our products and services."
The event also provides unparalleled training and educational
opportunities for aviation industry professionals. GSE
International Expo will feature daily educational seminars led by
industry experts addressing the many issues facing the industry
today. Timely topics for discussion include the Environment,
Alternative & Traditional Fuels, Terrorism & Homeland
Security, and Equipment Management and Maintenance. AS3 will host
the National Air Transportation Association (NATA) 2003 Annual
Convention, this year celebrating the 100th anniversary of flight.
NATA's Annual Convention features managerial sessions and panel
discussions, keynote speaker Jeffrey Bleustein, Chairman of
Harley-Davidson, and an industry breakfast addressing general
aviation security issues. The Professional Aviation Maintenance
Association's (PAMA) 32nd Annual Aviation Maintenance Symposium
will also be held in conjunction with AS3 and features professional
development workshops and technical sessions, an awards luncheon
with keynote address by James Ballough of the FAA, and the popular
Aviation Maintenance Olympics competition.
International Expo and AS3 are working together with leading
industry publications, Ground Support Magazine, Airport Business
and Aircraft Maintenance Technology, to further develop this
unique, must-attend event. The event will host thousands of
aviation industry professionals from across the country and around
the globe, seeking the latest training, products, services and
solutions. The event attracts key buyers from over 50 countries
including Canada, China, Hong Kong, Mexico, Brazil, Chile, Costa
Rica, Singapore, Australia, and South Korea.