Hartzell Engine Tech to Exhibit at Largest Australian Airshow
Hartzell Engine Tech prepares to promote its firewall forward aircraft equipment at the Avalon 2023 Australian International Airshow, Feb. 28-March 5, in Geelong, Victoria. The Montgomery-based engine component manufacturer is a co-exhibitor at the Made in Alabama booth at Avalon Airport, sponsored by the state’s Department of Commerce.
The exhibit will feature Hartzell’s Sky-Tec HT (high torque) starters with self-resetting Kickback Protection System. The starters were recently awarded Parts Manufacturer Approval (PMA) for Robinson R22 and R44 light utility helicopters, popular in Australia.
“Hartzell Engine Tech is very pleased to be a part of Alabama’s exhibit at Avalon 2023, highlighting the great aviation products manufactured in our state,” says Keith Bagley, company president. “While in Australia we will also have an opportunity to meet with our customers and distributors,” he adds.
The Avalon 2023 Australian International Airshow and Aerospace & Defence Exposition is a global business, defense and public event, attracting senior civil-aviation, aerospace, space and defense industry, military and government decision-makers from around the world. It is the largest airshow in Australia.
Hartzell Engine Tech president, Keith Bagley, and VP of Market and Business Development, Brett Benton, will represent Hartzell at the Avalon exhibit and meet with Australian distributors and customers. The country’s Hartzell distributor is Superior Air Parts Pty Ltd. (http://www.superiorairparts.com.au), of Coopers Plains, Queensland. The distributor for sister company Quality Aircraft Accessories (QAA) is CJ Aerospace Pty Ltd., of Sydney, New South Wales and Cairns, Queensland (http://www.cjaerospace.com.au).