Idaho lacked personal jurisdiction over defendant, a British company.  There was no general jurisdiction.  Examining both the effects and the purpose availment tests, the court found the effects test couldn’t be met because the plaintiffs, Indiana and Louisiana residents, suffered no injury in Idaho, the forum state.  Defendant’s long-term contract with the defendant, which was an Idaho company, was insufficient to establish minimum contacts.  Defendant did negotiate or enter into the contract in Idaho. It provided services from England to obtain registration of the Idaho corporation’s aircraft navigation system in the EU and in the United States, but apart from two trips to Idaho, defendant performed its part of the contract from England.