The Middle East Aircraft Maintenance, Repair and Refurbishment Exhibition and the Middle East Aircraft Interior Design Exhibition 2023 return to Dubai in light of the booming aviation sector

The two events are held side by side and welcome the most prominent international airlines in Dubai between March 1 and March 2, 2023.

Dubai United Arab EmiratesAviation Week, in collaboration with the Tarsos Group, has announced the holding of the Aircraft Maintenance, Repair and Rehaul Middle East Conference 2023, the leading meeting place for the aftermarket in the commercial aviation sector in the region, and the Middle East Aircraft inland. Design Show 2023, the largest gathering of aircraft cabin design companies in the region, Middle East, Africa and South Asia, to bring together airlines and aircraft interior suppliers in Dubai. The two exhibitions are scheduled to be held in a joint space at the Dubai World Trade Center between March 1 and 2, 2023, to highlight the latest trends and opportunities for innovation and business that are helping to shape the future of supply chains in the aviation sector worldwide.

Commenting on this topic, Lydia Jano, Managing Director of Events at Aviation Week, said: “We are pleased to host the Middle East Aircraft Maintenance, Repair and Refurbishment exhibition, which enables attendees to learn about the latest technology used in the aerospace aftermarket In addition to benefiting from experts, Go Live Theater also returns this year with a series of presentations, panel discussions and case studies on key industry issues, including supply chain challenges, drivers, sustainability, digital trends and innovative technologies.

Over the course of two days, the Go Live Theater platform will host more than 30 speakers from the region and the world to share their valuable views on how to boost the growth of the aviation sector, including Hisham Othman of Royal Jet , Raghed Al Qasmani of Jazeera Airways, Ali Al Jamal of Etihad Airways and Kidus Melcamo of Ethiopian Airlines. .

Tim Hawes, Managing Director of Tarsos Group, for his part, said: “We look forward to hosting the only exhibition dedicated to aircraft interior design in the Middle East, and to bringing exhibitors and visitors from around the world into Welcoming Dubai during the month of March The Middle East Interior Design Exhibition 2023 includes a group among the new and improved features as well as emphasizing the latest technologies and products in the aviation sector supply chain. This year the exhibition witnessed the launch of the Onboard Hub, which is dedicated to holding workshops that include live presentations of innovative products and technologies, as well as workshops and interviews with regional airlines such as Emirates Airlines. Saudi Airlines, Kenya Airways and Turkish Airlines We welcome also welcome a number of seat manufacturers and material suppliers to the exhibition in light of the airlines’ tendency to increase investment in their premium economy offerings in response to high passenger demand.”

The aviation sector is expected to see a significant increase in the number of passengers during the year 2023, from more than four billion passengers, encouraging the launch of new airlines such as Raya Airlines in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the Nigerian ValueJet Company and contributed to stimulating existing airlines to operate flights to new destinations and purchase aircraft. The sector is experiencing remarkable growth in the Middle East, where countries such as Saudi Arabia and the UAE are investing in their aviation sectors with the aim of diversifying their economies. For example, Saudi Vision 2030 includes an investment of $100 billion in the aviation sector.

The increase in investment is contributing to intensifying competition at the sector level as airlines try to find ways to attract and retain passengers. For example, Emirates is preparing to introduce the Airbus A350 to its fleet and recently launched a $2 billion investment to improve the customer experience and increase premium economy seats, while Wizz Air Abu Dhabi is also expanding its global network.

The two exhibitions enable companies to meet the most prominent industry experts from suppliers in the maintenance, repair and refurbishment services sector, as well as original equipment manufacturers, suppliers of aircraft parts and components, airlines, aircraft leasing and interior design specialists.

The two exhibitions have already seen the registration and confirmation of attendance of a number of international airlines and suppliers, including airlines participating for the first time this year, such as Flynas, SalamAir, Texel Air and Sirene Air. In light of the growing interest in the comfort of passengers and aircraft crews, the Middle East Aircraft Interiors Show also hosts a group of seat and fabric suppliers, including Aveo Interiors and Given Spa, as well as technology suppliers such as Crepemaster and others. In turn, exhibitors at MERME include Embraer, Standard Aero, Asia Digital Engineering, Aveo Parts, Red Box Tools and many more.

The event also sheds light on passenger experiences in light of airlines’ increasing focus this year on customer acquisition and retention, and includes exhibitors presenting their latest innovative products with the aim of inspiring airlines.

For more information, please visit the two websites: www.aime.aero and www.mromiddleeast.aviationweek.com/

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