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VIDEO: AIME and MRO Day Two

Posted 23 January 2013 · Add Comment

Final day of the AIME/MRO shows at Dubai International Convention Centre.

Take a look at Thales new hand gesture-controlled in-flight entertainment system and see how Panasonic is helping airlines keep their maintenance costs for IFE under control. 

See how the Open Skies policy in Saudi Arabia is creating oportunities for the Kingdom's leading MRO business and how a Russian technical service business sees big potential in Sharjah.

And on the local scene find out how a family that left Iran after the revolution is now sitting pretty in the region with a UAE investment and how the latest in scanning technology is aiding manufacturing of spare parts.
 

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