GAMA Welcomes Five New Memberships
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, the General Aviation Manufacturers Association (GAMA) announced the addition of Airbus Corporate Jets, Hartzell Engine Technologies and Incora as Members, Beta Technologies as an Associate Member, and Toyota Motor North America as an Associate Member EPIC.
Airbus Corporate Jets (ACJ) is headquartered in Blagnac, France. They manufacture a modern and comprehensive corporate jet family that provides a rewarding flying experience for customers through expertise, technology, service and high standards of care. These customizable corporate aviation flying experiences are all derived from the successful family of Airbus jetliners.
Hartzell Engine Technologies is headquartered in Montgomery, Alabama, and was founded in 2010. They are the manufacturer of aircraft engine accessories and cabin heating solutions for manned and unmanned fixed and rotary-wing aircraft powered by piston, turboprop and turbofan engines.
Incora™ is headquartered in Fort Worth, Texas, and was formed in 2020 by the merger of Wesco Aircraft and Pattonair. They are a leading global provider of innovative supply chain management solutions from procurement and inventory management to logistics and on-site customer service for aerospace, defense and other industries.
BETA Technologies is headquartered in South Burlington, Vermont, and was founded in 2017. They build eVTOL aircraft and charging systems to help the world in the transition to electric-powered aviation and enable their customers to seamlessly move people and cargo around the world safely, cost-effectively, and with minimal environmental impact.
Toyota Motor North America is headquartered in Plano, Texas. Toyota is working collaboratively in the advanced air mobility sector, sharing its expertise and integrating best practices from the Toyota Production System for projects such as manufacturing for eVTOL and others.
For more information about GAMA membership criteria, visit gama.aero.