Premier Aerospace Engineering Congress Slated for 2005

Warrendale, Pa. (July 15, 2004) - SAE International is proud to announce the 2005 AeroTech Congress and Exhibition. The 4-day event will be held October 3-6, 2005 at the Gaylord Texan Resort and Convention Center in Grapevine Texas, within the Dallas/Fort Worth region.

The event is designed as a technically-credible neutral-based forum for all stakeholders in the aerospace and commercial aviation industries. The program is expected to attract 3000+ executives, engineers, technical professionals, and policy makers from aircraft manufacturers (OEMs), component suppliers, commercial aircraft operators, defense contractors, government agencies, academia, and the global aerospace engineering community.

Lockheed Martin, Bell Helicopter, and Honeywell are the premier sponsors of the 2005 AeroTech Congress. In addition to their participation these corporations have also pledged executive support in the strategic planning process to assure the event will be of exceptional value to its participants and the aerospace community at large. The first day of the event, Monday, October 3, 2005, will feature technical tours of aircraft manufacturing facilities located in and around the Dallas-Fort Worth region.

The 2005 AeroTech Congress will also feature a world-class exhibition and three (3) full-days filled with industry forums and technical sessions. The technical program will draw its strength from the combination of four (4) well-established aerospace conference programs:

  • World Aviation Conference
  • Aerospace Manufacturing and Automated Fastening Conference
  • International Powered Lift Conference
  • Advances in Aviation Safety Conference


Updated information relating to this event will be maintained at the following URL - http://www.sae.org/events/atc/. Media inquiries may be directed to Mark Burd, SAE Corporate Public Relations, 724-772-4052 or mburd@sae.org.

Editors Note: Please include the 2005 AeroTech Congress and Exhibition in your events calendar. Accredited journalists will be able to attend the program at no cost for registration.