The organisers of European Rotors, co-hosted by the European Helicopter Association, EASA and The Spanish Helicopter Association, are confident that this year’s event, which takes place in Madrid from 27–30 November, will be the biggest yet.
They aim to build on the success of the previous two events held in Cologne by creating an event and exhibition which covers all aspects of the rotorcraft industry: its many stakeholders; new technologies, innovations and methodologies; and all mission types, including air ambulance services and search-and-rescue (SAR) operations, police and public safety, aerial work, disaster relief, passenger transport and advanced air mobility (AAM).
“The attendees and exhibitors from the first two shows taught us that we need to think bigger,” says Christian Müller, EHA Chairman. “In addition to providing exceptional business opportunities, the purpose of EUROPEAN ROTORS is to bring the community together to exchange knowledge, learn from one another, and debate with one shared goal: to improve safety in vertical aviation operations.”
EASA VTOL Symposium
The first day of the show, Monday, 27 November, focuses solely on safety, with the renowned EASA VTOL Symposium as a stand-alone event. Admission to the symposium is an exclusive benefit available only to people who purchase one-day or three-day tickets to the EUROPEAN ROTORS show floor, which will be open from 28–30 November.
“EASA’s primary focus is safe flight throughout the European Union,” says David Solar, Head of the General Aviation and VTOL Department at EASA. “This event allows us to work directly with the industry’s manufacturers, suppliers, operators, and individuals. We use this show to collaborate with everyone on developing the latest and smartest safety programmes.”
The symposium provides attendees with several networking opportunities, including two coffee breaks and a social event that evening.
You can keep up with all the news and information about the show by picking up a copy of the Show Daily, produced by the RotorHub International team and published each day of the exhibition.