MRO Middle East and AIME 2023 commence this week, showcasing global trends in the aviation supply chain
Click on image to download high resolution version
The much-anticipated MRO Middle East and Aircraft Interiors Middle East (AIME) 2023 will take place on 1 – 2 March 2023 at Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC). With over 160 airlines from 62 countries confirmed to attend, The co-located events will welcome leaders from across the global aviation supply chain, ready to discover the latest trends, insights, innovations, and commercial opportunities shaping the future of airline supply chains.
As the leading destination for the commercial aviation aftermarket in the region, the portfolio of exhibitors for MRO Middle East 2023 includes leading organisations such as Boeing, Embraer Services & Support, Airbus, Asia Digital Engineering, MTU Maintenance, HAECO, AFI KLM E&M, Joramco, Etihad Engineering, Lufthansa Technik and Collins Aerospace.
Speaking of their participation, Mahesh Kumar, Chief Executive Officer of Asia Digital Engineering (ADE), commented: “We are thrilled to be part of MRO Middle East 2023, where we can showcase our expertise in providing the best value, high quality and enhanced engineering as well as maintenance services to the aviation industry, amplified by our cutting-edge digital solution ecosystem. It will provide a unique avenue to showcase ADE as a revolutionary new MRO service provider for South East Asia and beyond. We look forward to collaborating with industry partners in the Middle East to create a new era for the region in terms of high quality and best value support for the aviation industry.”
Meanwhile at AIME 2023, the largest cabin interiors gathering in the MEASA region connecting airline buyers with interiors suppliers, exhibitors include Geven Spa, AERQ, Vaayu Group, ST Engineering, Cobham Aerospace, Aviointeriors, and Stelia Aerospace.
Verena Bintaro, Head of Marketing & Public Relations at AERQ, provider of digital cabin solutions, comments : “We are very excited to be at this year’s AIME, especially because it will be our first trade show attendance in the Middle East. We are looking forward to meeting airlines, partners, and industry experts in this region to discuss and demonstrate our digital platform, AERENA, that will bring value to the cabin experience in a way not seen before.”
The co-located events will cover key industry themes including supply chain challenges, airline and MRO insights, sustainability and digitalisation. Across the two days, there will be unbeatable networking opportunities and a host of insightful content sessions and workshops, ready to inspire the airline buyer community.
Attended by airlines, lessors, suppliers from the Maintenance, Repair and Operations (MRO) and Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) sectors, and more, all visitors will have access to the ‘Go Live! Theater’, hearing from more than 40 leading industry experts, as well as the ‘Onboard Hub’, with a series of innovative product demonstrations, interviews and workshops.