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Aircraft Interiors Middle East to return in 2015

Posted 7 April 2014 · Add Comment

Following the success of the co-located shows Aircraft Interiors Middle East (AIME) and MRO Middle East, the two will return next year on 2-3 February 2015 at the Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC).

Both shows are expected to grow year on year, reflecting the increasing importance of the Middle East in the global aerospace industry.

Key players in the aircraft interiors market will gather in Dubai and an analysis of 2014 attendees showed that 71% of airline attendees do not attend any other major aircraft interiors event worldwide. Philipp Dahm, managing director of exhibitor rohi, confirms: “This is the place to meet with existing customers and interact in the right atmosphere. In 2014 we successfully met all the right people under one roof.”

This satisfaction with is further illustrated by the fact that a number of rebookings are already confirmed, as 2014 exhibitors plan to return for 2015.

Returning for the 2015 show will be the popular Airline Buyers Programme, which will see scheduled meetings between invited airline attendees taking place with exhibitors allowing both parties to maximise their time at the show.
Michele van Akelijen, managing director, FandE Aerospace, organisers of AIME, said: “The return of the Airline Buyers Programme, which will be updated for 2015, demonstrates our commitment to creating a platform for sales and strategic networking opportunities for our attendees.”

To book your space at this must attend event, email or find the team at Airport Interiors Expo, Hamburg, from the 8–10 April.

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