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MRO Middle East gets go ahead for June show

Posted 14 April 2021 · Add Comment

The MRO Middle East event is to go ahead in June although the co-located aircraft interiors event AIME will not be happening this year.

MRO show will take place at the Dubai World Trade Centre on 15-16 June and will be highlighting the latest innovation in key areas including sustainability, digitalization, workforce and passenger confidence within the aviation sector through a new “Go Live!” theatre feature.

As part of the show floor agenda airline officials will analyse ways to restore passenger confidence and how implementing technologies and processes can drive future recovery within travel. The content will also focus on how technology and digitalisation will continue to help the industry get to a new normal and help the aftermarket with revamping operations. A ‘spotlight on sustainability’ session will demonstrate how a combination of technology advances, operations and sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) are needed to meet climate change targets.

“Exploring innovation initiatives and the digital strategies put in place by airlines and MROs for their recovery will be a key part of the event this year”, said Lydia Janow, managing director at Aviation Week Network.

“MRO Middle East will analyse what technologies have garnered interest and excitement in recent months and facilitated new working methods for long-term use. Sustainability will also be high on the agenda as the industry continues to set targets for greater energy efficiency in the future. These areas of content focus will be reflected in the service and solution providers attendees will be able to meet on the exhibition floor. We look forward to welcoming industry stakeholders at the event.”

AIME organiser, Tarsus Group, said the interiors event would be back as normal in 2022.
 

 

Pictured right: Lydia Janow (image Aviation Week Network)

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