Aircraft Interiors Middle East sets a date in Dubai
This is a special feature from PAX Tech's October 2020 digital edition.
Last year, more than 4,700 people walked the aisles of the Dubai World Trade Centre sampling the latest in onboard equipment and maintenance, repair and overhaul capabilities of many of the world’s key players.
Organizers at Tarsus Group will again be hosting Aircraft Interiors Middle East March 2 to3, 2021. This will be the 12th year that leading airlines and industry influencers come together to explore the latest advancements in passenger safety, comfort and entertainment. In addition to the stands and networking, organizers plan more than eight hours of complementary discussions that focus on cabin sanitation, passenger communication, cabin modification, new technologies and contingency planning.
Three new events are planned: Aircraft Interiors Connect is a new networking service that allows people to book meetings with registered visitors and exhibitors. An airline-led roundtable discussion will address challenges and opportunities in the current market. Finally, AIME will be recognizing peers and industry trend setters this year with an awards event.
AIME is co-located with MRO Middle East 2021, the annual exhibition for commercial aviation maintenance.
This year, Tarsus Group estimates that there will be approximately 330 exhibitors and delegates from 73 countries. More than 400 attendees from 68 airlines will be visiting Dubai in March. Tarsus Group estimates that 74 percent of those attendees have purchasing responsibility for the respective businesses.