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48 Aeropia Ltd 3H15


Aeropia House, Newton Road, Crawley,West Sussex, RH10 9TY, UK T: + 44 (0) 1293 459 500 F: + 44 (0) 1293 459 600 W: www.aeropia.co.uk Contact name: Steve Rice


Aeropia is a world-class supplier of an unequalled range of maintenance consumables to aircraft operators, MROs and OEMs throughout the world. From simple order-and- supply through to fully integrated supply chain management systems we can build a supply solution for your maintenance consumables requirements. For more information please visit our website at www.aeropia.com.


Aerospace Engineering Solutions Ltd 3A26


6 Freeport Office Village, Century Drive, Baintree, Essex, CM77 8YG, UK T: + 44 (0) 1376 344 960 F: + 44 (0) 1376 569 279 E: natalie.cooper@aesglobal.co.uk W: www.aesglobal.co.uk Contact name: Ms Natalie Cooper


Aerospace Engineering Solutions is an EASA Subpart 21J approved producer of design data and certification activities for the aerospace community. From concept through to completion, we assure single point project management throughout; we make your company’s success our first priority. With a customer portfolio of more than 50 airlines, equipment manufacturer’s and engine constructors; AES expertise covers the full spectrum of design activities. Please visit us at stand 3A26 to discover the full range of design services AES can contribute to your business.


Aerospace Technologies Group Inc


2009 Corporate Drive, Boynton Beach, Florida, 33426, United States T: + 1 561 735 3533 F: + 1 561 735 3384 E: rtollman@atgshades.com W: www.atgshades.com Contact name: Raymond Tollman


ATG, world leader in Electric Pleated Window Shades for Commercial and Corporate aircraft will display working models mounted in sidewall panels of shades for the A330, A340, A380 and B777. The A380 and B777 shades will enter into service in 2007 with several leading airlines. Currently ATG supplies its shades to Airbus and Boeing as 'line fit' options and later this year these will also be available as 'retrofits' with an STC. Our Corporate Jet shade display will include the BBJ, Falcon 900/2000, Falcon 7X and Global XRS shades. Come and see why our motto is ‘leadership from innovation'.


1D7


Aerosat Avionics


2A70


62 State Route 101A, Suite 2B, Amherst, New Hampshire, 3031, United States T: + 1 603 732 4172 E: aberthelette@aerosat.com W: www.aerosat.com Contact name: Ms Amanda Berthelette


AeroSat Avionics develops, produces, and distributes mobile wireless communications solutions to increase the flow of information to and from people on the move, whether in the air, on land, or at sea. From its patented core technologies, the company has created a product line of antennas for corporate and commercial aircraft. These antennas enable worldwide reception of television in aircraft, two- way satellite communications, and aircraft-to- aircraft communications. Our newest product enables passengers to browse the Internet, utilize voice over IP applications, and watch live television while in flight.


Aerospace Representatives Ltd (ARL)


3A45


Blue Court, 39 Queensway, Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire, HP2 5HE, UK T: + 44 (0) 1442 257468 Ext 31 F: + 44 (0) 1442 257 551 E: brendan.scoley@h4aerospace.com W: www.h4aerospace.com Contact name: Mr Brendan Scoley


H4 Aerospace provide Mechanical and Electrical/Avionic Aerospace design services. AIMS specialise in noise reduction products for the Aviation Sector, Rosen Aviation provide LCD based video monitors,map systems and a new DVD player. Knox Aviation brings expertise in the sourcing and supplying of aircraft cabin components for a wide range of aircraft.The company's understanding of component/system configurations enables them to establish alternative parts to provide solutions, on a short lead-time basis. In addition the company can provide parts packages in kitted format for modifications, including the sourcing of manufacturing of components for the modification programme.


Aerospace Wales Forum


4A1


Suite A5,Waterton Technology Centre,Waterton Industrial Estate, Bridgend, CF31 3WT, UK T: + 44 (0) 1443 846 731 F: + 44 (0) 1443 846 735 E: paul.lindsay@aerospacewalesforum.co.uk W: www.aerospacewalesforum.com Contact name: Mr paul Lindsay


A unique partnership between the Welsh Assembly Government and industry through the Aerospace Wales Forum to provide a one-stop- shop to facilitate success for your business. Wales has a vibrant aerospace cluster – six of the World’s top ten aerospace and defence companies has a base in Wales: Airbus, BAE Systems, EADS UK, General Dynamics, GE Aviation and Raytheon. In addition, Contour Premium Aircraft Seating and several other small interiors related companies are based in Wales some of whom are exhibiting in Hamburg this week, including Laminating Technologies and SWS Certification.


Proven on over 1000 flights Visit us on stand 4D15


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