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GAMA Welcomes New Members

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Based in Washington D.C. and representing the interests of general aviation aircraft and aircraft system and component manufacturers, the General Aviation Manufacturers Association (GAMA) is among the aerospace industry’s most influential and respected trade associations.

Since its 1970 inception, GAMA has continuously expanded its focus to encompass the ever-broadening purview of aviation technology and endeavor. In keeping with its egalitarian tradition, GAMA recently welcomed six new member, associate member, and associate member EPIC [Electric Propulsion & Innovation Committee] companies to its diverse and distinguished ranks.

GAMA proudly acknowledges member companies:

AVEX Aviation: Founded in 1985, Camarillo, California-based Avex specializes in the service and sales of Daher’s TBM aircraft.

Elixir Aviation: French airframer Elixir produces a two-seat, Part 23 aircraft, the fuel efficiency; spin-resistance; and eminently crash-worthy, OneShot, carbon construction of which render it equally suited to flight-instruction and stylish travel.

Game Composites: Founded in 2013 and based in Bentonville, Arkansas, Game Composites produces the GB1 GameBird, an all-composite Part 23 airplane certified in the acrobatic category by both the FAA and EASA.

GAMA proudly acknowledges associate member company:

AutoFlight USA: California-based AutoFlight USA is the North American subsidiary of AutoFlight, the Chinese developer and manufacturer of industrial, unmanned eVTOLs and urban mobility vehicles.

GAMA proudly acknowledges associate member EPIC companies:

Eve Air Mobility: Embraer subsidiary Eve Air Mobility is a world leader in Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) vehicles and infrastructure. Backed by its parent company’s resources and half-century of aerospace expertise, Eve seeks to develop unique air-traffic management solutions.

Wing: A subsidiary of Google’s parent company, Alphabet, wing is the world’s first on-demand drone delivery service. The company transports food, parcels, medicines, and a great deal more via its UAVs and OpenSky app.

FMI: www.gama.aero

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