RotorTech 2024 will take place at the RACV Royal Pines Resort Gold Coast. The program of events begins on Monday 3 June with the inaugural RotorTech 2024 Golf Day which will then lead into a three-day industry exposition incorporating:

  • International industry exhibition
  • Australian Helicopter Industry Association (AHIA) conference program
  • The Australian Association for Uncrewed Systems (AAUS) Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) Summit
  • Static helicopter display park
  • Icebreaker networking function
  • Daily morning and afternoon tea for all registered attendees
  • Gala Dinner

For more information on daily events and registration requirements, see About RotorTech 2024.

Conference Program

The RotorTech 2024 conference program will run across the event via two streams. Speaker programs are currently under development but will feature a broad array of top-level presentations from senior industry and government participants, advisers and regulators, who are active in the industry and its development.

Australian Helicopter Industry Association (AHIA) Conference

Tuesday 4 – Thursday 6 June

Registration is free.

With input from the AHIA membership and wider Australian helicopter industry, the AHIA Conference Program will address current and future issues confronting helicopter operators in Australia, New Zealand and around the region.

The conference will present an opportunity to hear from invited presenters who are acknowledged experts in their sphere of rotary-wing activity ranging from engineering, operations, manufacturing and regulation.

Australian Association for Uncrewed Systems (AAUS) AAM Summit

Tuesday 4 – Wednesday 5 June

Registration fees apply.

For the first time at RotorTech, AAUS will present its Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) Summit.

Advanced air mobility (AAM) is continuing to gain momentum in Australia. This concept of air transportation to move people and goods in new, community-friendly, and cost-effective aircraft in both rural and urban environment is being promoted at the next thing in aviation. 

Building on the advances of the last 12 months, the summit focuses on developing our collective understanding of the challenges facing this emerging aviation industry and the activities required to address them and promote a safe and thriving AAM sector in Australia.

RotorTech 2024 Registration will open early in the new year join the mailing list to receive the latest updates.