The ULPower Aero Engine team will be at Aero in Germany (18-21 April 2018) – stand B3-106 – where you will be made most welcome to see inside the ULPower engine and learn about the latest developments from our favourite aircraft engine company…
There will be a number of presentations on the feature and benefits of the ULPower Aero Engine during the event – and ULPower News will be there to find out more… Of course, it woudl be great to have as many ULPower.news readers there as possible! To go to one of the events, just pop by the stand and collect a ticket from the team. The Familiarisation events are aimed at getting to know the company and product for those who are considering a ULPower engine or simply want to know a bit more. From what we have seen on our sneak-peek at the factory this week – it is going to be amazing and fun! (Do note that Press events are for those with Press Accreditation only and the OEM event only for those who are from OEMs.)
|Date/Time||Topic||Location – all presentations in the relevant meeting room at the EAST Conference Centre – upstairs!|
|Wed 18th 11:00||ULPower Familiarisation||Oslo Meeting Room|
|14:00||PRESS EVENT – What’s new at ULPower||Oslo Meeting Room|
|16:00||ULPower Familiarisation||Oslo Meeting Room|
|Thur 19th 10:00||Engine Forum – Meet ULPower Aero Engines||Prague Meeting Room|
|Fri 20th 09:00||PRESS EVENT – Techy Time with ULPower||Helsinki Meeting Room|
|11:00||ULPower Familiarisation||Helsinki Meeting Room|
|14:00||ULPower Familiarisation||Helsinki Meeting Room|
|16:30||OEM Event||Helsinki Meeting Room|
Whether you are building fixed wing, flex wing, powered parachute, helicopter or drone – and whether you need an aerobatic engine offering too – you can be sure to find a powerplant at ULPower that will not only turn your prop or rotor but also turn heads – and where better to meet the team than at Europe’s premiere event – Aero Friedrichshafen!
If you are going to make a trip of it, we can recommend visiting the Dornier and the Zeppelin museums in Friedrichshafen – they are both fascinating and a great way to learn more about aviation history!
To find out more about Aero – http://www.aero-expo.com/aero-en/