MRO Middle East and AIME exhibition to return in February 2022

A new airline buyer program aims to link exhibitors with the key decision-makers at both regional and international airlines.

FREMONT, CA: Several new networking elements and an expanded exhibition floor have been revealed for the co-located events taking place in February 2022, by the joint organizers of MRO Middle East and Aircraft Interiors Middle East (AIME), Aviation Week Network and Tarsus Group.

Sheikh Saeed Halls 2 and 3 at the Dubai World Trade Centre will host the event, which will feature the newest developments in the aviation industry's fields of sustainability, digitization, human capital, and new technology. Participating firms have the opportunity to network with the industry's leading aircraft interior suppliers and manufacturers, such as airlines, MROs, OEMs, lessors, and lessors.

The new and upgraded airline buyer programme aims to link exhibitors with the key decision-makers at both regional and international airlines through an innovative matching software and concierge service. In the Airline Club Lounge, which is open solely to those who have been invited, attendees will have the opportunity to network with top executives.

The Go Live! Theatre on the exhibition floor has been enlarged after positive feedback from the 2021 show, enabling all visitors of the trade show to benefit from hours of free MRO content. Visitors will have the opportunity to learn and network while also participating in presentations, panels, and case studies from regional and international presenters on current topics such as talent retention and sustainability, supply chain challenges, cargo conversions, and future technology and predictive maintenance tools.

At the Onboard Hub, there will be free material for guests, including seminars on the most recent aircraft interior industry trends and the prognosis for future growth As part of the Tech Xplore stage at Dubai Airshow, AIME will hold a preliminary Onboard Hub panel discussion on the unmet demands of future passengers and technological developments. Experts from Etihad Airways and IndiGo will be on the panel, along with Naveed Khan, Emirates' Manager of Aircraft Cabin Maintenance.


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