Aircraft Interiors and Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul shows get an upgrade
- United Arab Emirates: Thursday, October 11 - 2012 at 11:32
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F&E Aerospace and Aviation Week renew their partnership to bring a unified tradeshow experience with the co-located shows - Aircraft Interiors Middle East (AIME) and Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO ME) taking place on 22 - 23 January 2013 at a brand new location DWTC - Dubai World Trade Centre.
Amongst the new features for AIME 2012 is a dedicated Irish Pavilion organised by Enterprise Ireland along with a new IFEC Pavilion in partnership with HMG Aerospace (Howells Media Group) - publisher of 'Inflight Magazine' highlighting the role that in-flight entertainment and communications play in enhancing the passenger experience; new participants to sign up are Thales, ONAIR, Fokker Services and InTheAirNet.
This year's MRO Middle East event themed 'Fostering Growth through Innovation and Collaboration,' will feature keynote addresses from Amer Hadidi, CEO, Royal Jordanian Airlines, Ahmad A. Alzabin, Chairman & CEO, ALAFCO and Nader Khalawi, CEO, Saudia Aerospace Engineering Industries.
The MRO exhibition will connect innovative suppliers with purchasers and see the return of industry leading companies such as Boeing, Lufthansa Technik, JorAMco, Saudia, and Turkish Technic.
Michele Van Akelijen, Aerospace Director at F&E Aerospace, said: "Both shows have grown and developed along with the current state of the aviation industry in the region. It's an exciting time for us, brand new venue, new pavilions, new exhibitors and a new conference agenda - these new developments demonstrate how far AIME and MRO ME has come in just 4 shows."
"The 2013 conference will once again bring industry leaders together to discuss developments in all aspects of MRO. It will include Aerospace in the MENA region and Middle East MRO Market - Forecasting Trends and Analysing Industry Dynamics. We have been producing MRO conferences and exhibitions in the Middle East, Asia, Europe and the Americas for 17 years and the steady growth we have seen over that time looks set to escalate to meet the requirements of the thriving aviation industry." said Lydia Janow, Director, Events and Tradeshows, for Aviation Week.
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