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Aircraft Interiors Middle East and MRO Middle East opens today

Posted 23 January 2018 · Add Comment

The Aircraft Interiors Middle East and MRO Middle East events opened today in Dubai.

The key players and decision makers from the airline industry will be in Dubai World Trade Centre later this week, when Aircraft Interiors Middle East and MRO Middle East, produced by Aviation Week Network and Tarsus F&E LLC Middle East, take place 23-24 January. With 320 exhibitors expected, the event is set to be the largest yet, spanning all sectors within both the aircraft interior and maintenance, repair and overhaul industries.

With around 5000 attendees expected to attend the co-located shows across the two days, AIME and MRO Middle East have become a must attend date in the industry’s calendar. With airlines in the region leading the way in terms of both innovation in passenger experience and expansion, the resulting demand attracts exhibitors from as far afield as the USA and Taiwan, in addition to Europe and the Middle East.

Many of the exhibitors at AIME are new for 2018, reflecting the growing importance of the show internationally, coupled with returning exhibitors who find true commercial value in their presence at the event. Among those exhibiting for the first time will be Dress Best and AirFi, while those returning include Beadlight and Madelec Aero.

“We are looking forward to seeing the innovations that will be on display during AIME 2018,” said Caryn McConnachie, Aerospace Director of AIME organisers Tarsus F&E LLC Middle East. “Between the returning exhibitors and those coming to the show for the first time, there will be lots of opportunities for visitors to learn more about the latest trends and developments in aircraft interiors.

MRO Middle East will see industry leading MRO suppliers with a specific focus on commercial aircraft MRO. There are also a large number of first time exhibitors including 3D Systems ME and Foremost International who will be sharing the hall with returning industry stalwarts such as Etihad Airways Engineering.

“MRO Middle East has gone from strength to strength and remains the Gulf region's leading trade show for commercial aircraft maintenance,” said Lydia Janow, Managing Director/Events & Tradeshows, Aviation Week Network. She continues, “With the region’s airlines investing in planes and expanding routes, the complementary demand for support services continues to grow too. MRO Middle East is the ideal place for them to seek and interact with new suppliers and find out more about the technologies available.”

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