ROTORTECH 2022 has wrapped up three record-breaking days in Brisbane, with an announcement that the event will move to the RACV Royal Pines Resort on the Gold Coast in 2024.
With a total of 1980 attendances over the three-day program, ROTORTECH 2022 exceeded 2021's attendance of 1806.
"This is a spectacular result that shows that the helicopter and uncrewed flight industries are both looking positively to the future and are committed to getting on with business," said Justin Giddings, CEO of ROTORTECH 2022 organiser AMDA Foundation.
As announced at ROTORTECH 2022, planning has already begun to take the event to the RACV Royal Pines Resort on the Gold Coast in 2024.
"Feedback from ROTORTECH 2022 is that moving to RACV Royal Pines is the right move for 2024," Mr Giddings said.
"Royal Pines will provide both the relaxed social atmosphere for which this event is renowned, and the professional conference and exhibition amenities needed to stage a world-class industry exposition.
"The Gold Coast location will enable visitors to land and display helicopters without the issues of operating in and out of a capital city centre. It will also allow space for ROTORTECH to include uncrewed aerial systems demonstration flights."
ROTORTECH organiser AMDA Foundation Limited is an Australian not-for-profit corporation established to promote the development of aviation and Australia’s industrial, manufacturing and information/communications technology resources in the fields of aviation, aerospace, maritime, defence and security.
It achieves these goals by delivering Australia’s most prominent and respected world-class biennial industry expositions as platforms for interaction between industry, defence, government and academia.FIND OUT MORE >
ROTORTECH 2022 major industry supporter the Australian Helicopter Industry Association works with government, regulatory authorities and the community to ensure a safe, efficient and viable Australian helicopter industry.FIND OUT MORE >