New showcase for European rotorcraft starting this November

PUBLISHED: 11:56 27 February 2020 | UPDATED: 11:56 27 February 2020

EUROPEAN ROTORS (from left): Dr. Frank Liemandt, Showmanager European Rotors,
Luc Bentolila, Airbus VP Marketing & Sales Development,
Markus Greitemann, Commissioner of the City of Cologne for city development, construction and economy,
Peter Moeller, Chairman European Helicopter Association (EHA),
David Solar, Head of Rotorcraft and VTOL Department, European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA),
Patrick Moulay, Bell senior vice president, Commercial Business  International,
Francis Larribau, CEO of Safran Helicopter Engines Germany

EUROPEAN ROTORS (from left): Dr. Frank Liemandt, Showmanager European Rotors, Luc Bentolila, Airbus VP Marketing & Sales Development, Markus Greitemann, Commissioner of the City of Cologne for city development, construction and economy, Peter Moeller, Chairman European Helicopter Association (EHA), David Solar, Head of Rotorcraft and VTOL Department, European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), Patrick Moulay, Bell senior vice president, Commercial Business  International, Francis Larribau, CEO of Safran Helicopter Engines Germany

Bildrechte: Messe Friedrichshafen

The European Helicopter Association (EHA) and the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) are teaming up to create a showcase for the European rotorcraft community

The new show will be held on November 10 - 12 in Cologne, Germany.

The show was formally announced at a press conference in January, which was attended by senior executives from many manufacturers, including Airbus, Bell and Leonardo.

Called 'European Rotors', the show's website says it will be "the unique leading platform offering the industry an exhibition where all stakeholders gather to do business and share knowledge in a comprehensive training and conference programme".

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