Membership of the Skywin cluster is open to private or public entities with a principal place of business or registered address in Wallonia and active in research, development and/or the application of technological products and processes in the aeronautics or space sectors.
Companies that are members of the professional associations EWA (Walloon aeronautics companies) and Wallonie Espace are de facto members of the Skywin cluster.
Any other company can become a member of the Skywin cluster by addressing a written request to the Executive Board and after agreement from the latter based on the following criteria:
- active in the research, development and/or application of technological products and processes in the aeronautics and space sectors.
- has a link with at least one of the strategic focuses defined by the cluster.
- pays an annual fee.
A company may also become a temporary member if they are part of a consortium for an accredited project.
University academies, universities and high schools as well as research and training centres pay an annual lump-sum fee.
Any company that is interested and meets the criteria above may apply to the cluster’s Executive Board by sending the completed form to email@example.com.