March 8 2022  |  Events

Hamburg events officially open for registration

By Jane Hobson

Registration now open for WTCE and AIX 2022

RX has announced that WTCE (World Travel Catering and Onboard Services Expo) and AIX (Aircraft Interiors Expo) are officially open for registration for the upcoming June 14 to 16 event in Hamburg.

This is the industry's first chance to attend the event face-to-face since 2019.

WTCE is set to introduce at least 70 new exhibitors, including The Perfect Cocktail, Canigó Coffe, Qikfresh and Sirane Group. Attendees are encouraged to use WTCE Connect, a planning tool to help find and contact suppliers for meetings before the show evens starts.

WTCE 2022 also celebrates 10 years of the event with two campaigns: a VIP competition and ‘Onboard Icons.’ The first offers a “VIP experience” at the event, with a free conference pass, hotel stay and exclusive access to the opening party. ‘Onboard Icons’ encourages people to nominate a major player in the industry who is making big contributions to the future. Ten winners will be recognized at the event and voting closes March 30.

Register for WTCE here.

With growing momentum for the recovery of air travel, AIX is returning at a critical time to help airline's source the latest cabin innovations, technologies, inflight entertainment and connectivity solutions. AIX will welcome more than 400 aviation suppliers, filling 11 halls of the Hamburg Messe -- nearly the same size as the last face-to-face show in 2019.

Among those confirmed to exhibit are major Boeing and Airbus, as well as industry stalwarts such as Safran, Stelia Aerospace, Diehl Aviation, Jamco Corporation, Collins Aerospace, Lufthansa Technik, STG Aerospace, Sabeti Wain Aerospace, Tapis Corporation and Recaro will come together to highlight the emerging innovation and collaboration that is fueling the aviation industry’s recovery.

In addition, the event’s popular Inflight Entertainment and Connectivity Zone returns to offer attendees a chance to gain insights into the most up-to-date technology solutions covering everything from servers to OTT systems, and 5G to VR from the likes of Astronics, Thales and Panasonic Avionics Corporation.

Register for AIX here.

In-person event safety
Entry to WTCE and AIX will be in accordance with the German 2G rule which requires either proof of triple vaccination or proof of negative COVID test or proof of recovery. Use of masks will be likely be advised regardless of the restrictions at the time, but social distancing will probably not be necessary.

RX will always follow local guidance and restrictions, which are enforced by the venue as part of the hosting agreement, Polly Magraw, Event Director at RX, tells PAX.

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