MRO Middle East and AIME 2023 set to welcome global airline supply chain

MRO Middle East 2023 and Aircraft Interiors Middle East (AIME) 2023, are set to return to Dubai.

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Taking place on 1 – 2 March 2023 at Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC), the co-located events will showcase the latest trends, insights, innovation and commercial opportunities shaping the future of aircraft supply chains across the globe.

Lydia Janow, SVP Events at Aviation Week, commented: “Attendees of MRO Middle East will have the opportunity to discover the latest technology in the aviation aftermarket, learn from industry experts and expand their network. The popular Go Live! Theater will return this year, with a series of presentations, panels and case studies that will address key industry themes such as supply chain challenges, engines and sustainability, digital trends and new technology.”

The Go Live! Theater features more than 30 regional and international speakers across the two days, including Husham Osman of Royal Jet, Raghed Al Kaasamani of Jazeera Airways, Ali El Jamal of Etihad and Kidus Melkamu of Ethiopian Airlines, who will share their insights and advice to help drive the industry forward.

Tim Hawes, managing director of Tarsus Group, commented: “As the Middle East’s only aircraft interiors event, we look forward to welcoming exhibitors and visitors from across the globe to Dubai this March. AIME 2023 will demonstrate the latest products and technologies available in the aviation supply chain, and we have an exciting line-up of new and enhanced features. This year’s edition will see the launch of our ‘Onboard Hub’, a workshop space with live innovative product and technology demonstrations, plus workshops and interviews with regional airlines such as Emirates, Saudia, Kenya Airways and Turkish Airlines. With more airlines investing in their Premium Economy offering in line with an increased demand from passengers, we are also excited to welcome back a number of seating manufacturers and materials suppliers for this year’s edition.”