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AIX and WTCE 2021 transition to virtual

Posted 4 May 2021 · Add Comment

Aircraft Interiors Expo (AIX), World Travel Catering & Onboard Services Expo (WTCE) and Passenger Experience Conference (PEC) will transition to a virtual event in 2021, taking place September 14 – 16.

 

AIX and WTCE 2021 transition to virtual.  Image:  Reed Exhibition. WTCE

Polly Magraw, event director at Reed Exhibitions, said: “We know how much people want to get back to meeting face-to-face.  But the situation around the world remains unpredictable due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the ongoing challenges and global restrictions on international travel faced by the global aviation sector.  We have therefore made the difficult decision to postpone our physical events to June 2022.

 

“This has been another incredibly difficult decision to take, and we are very disappointed that we will not be able to bring the industry together in person in 2021, but we believe it is the right course of action at this time.”

 

By transitioning to a virtual platform, the industry’s leading events, AIX and WTCE remain committed to supporting the cabin interiors and onboard services community by providing a place to reconnect and share ideas to accelerate the industry’s recovery. The event will create new ways for airlines and the supply chain to find solutions, discover the latest innovations and make important business connections. Details of the new virtual event, taking place from 14-16 September 2021 will be announced shortly.

 

“We remain extremely grateful to all our stakeholders, partners, exhibitors and visitors for their understanding and patience and we look forward to seeing you all face to face again from 14-16 June 2022 at the Hamburg Messe,” concluded Polly Magraw.

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