MRO Middle East and AIME exhibition to have a come back in February

The joint organizers of MRO Middle East & Aircraft Interiors Middle East Aviation Week Network and Tarsus Group, announced several new networking features and an increased show floor for the co-located events taking place on 22-23 February 2022

FREMONT, CA: MRO Middle East and Aircraft Interiors Middle East (AIME), organised by Aviation Week Network and Tarsus Group, announced many additional networking features and a larger show floor for the co-located event. The show includes the newest developments in important sectors such as sustainability, digitization, workforce, and new technology within the aviation sector, and will take place over a bigger space of Sheikh Saeed Hall 2 and 3 at Dubai World Trade Center. Organizations will have the opportunity to meet airlines, MROs, OEMs, lessors, suppliers, and aircraft interior specialists who will be exhibiting their latest goods and services by attending.

A new and upgraded airline buyer programme, which claims to connect exhibitors with key decision-makers at both regional and international airlines via a sophisticated matchmaking app and concierge service, is one of the networking highlights. In the special invite-only Airline Club Lounge, attendees will be able to network with key decision-makers.

Following a positive response from the 2021 exhibition, the expanded Go Live! Theater on the show floor shall continue, providing hours of free MRO content to all trade show participants. Visitors to the show might very well benefit from critical learning opportunities as well as new networking features, with presentations, panels, and case studies from regional and international presenters on hot topics such as retaining talent and sustainability, supply chain challenges, cargo conversions, new technology for the future, and predictive maintenance tools.

The Onboard Hub would have more free material for guests, including talks on the latest aircraft interior market trends and prognosis. AIME will hold an Onboard Hub preliminary panel discussion as part of the Tech Xplore stage at the Dubai Airshow ,focusing on the unmet demands of future passengers and technological developments. Naveed Khan, Manager Aircraft Cabin Maintenance at Emirates, is on the panel, along with specialists from Etihad Airways and IndiGo.

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