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VIDEO: AIME/MRO - Reports from Day One of the Dubai shows

Posted 22 January 2013 · Add Comment

Aircraft Interiors Middle East and MRO Middle East events opened at Dubai Interational Convention Centre today with more than 250 exhibitors and an expected 3000 visitors and 100 airlines

Arabian Aerospace video team was there with interviews with the CEO of OnAir Ian Dawkins who explains why in-flight connectivity is making such a difference. Meanwhile US firm GoGo is also eyeing the MENA region's market with its latest satellite and wifi offerings.

On the MRO front Maintenance Iberia's senior vice president Jose Luis Quiros gives his view on the potential for the Middle East market and the CEO of Lufthansa Technik Middle East Ziad Faisal Al Hazmi explains how the German company is making a mark on component repairs.

And while HH Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, the chairman of Emirates and the head of Dubai Civil Aviation and Dubai Airports was officially opening the show, one hi-tec Indian company was concluding a deal with the Dubai national carrier.

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