Aviation Week Presents MRO Europe 2012 Europe's Largest Aviation Maintenance, Repair & Overhaul Event, October 9-11 in Amsterdam
NEW YORK, July 11, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Aviation Week's annual MRO Europe Conference & Exhibition will bring top executives from Europe's aviation industry to the Amsterdam RAI on October 9-11, 2012 to explore the future of aviation maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO). The event features a series of high-level discussions which draw more than 3,500 executives, officials and professionals from all areas of the civil and defense MRO industry, as well as an exhibition hall with 350+ MRO product and services suppliers.
This year's MRO Europe event, themed "Driving Transformation through Innovative Processes & Technologies," will feature more than 70 speakers representing airlines and their supplier and service counterparts. During intensive sessions and workshops, industry leaders will address developments in all aspects of MRO, including specific issues affecting the European market such as the EU Emissions Trading Scheme and REACH legislation. The agenda also includes co-located forums focused on Aircraft Composite Repair and MRO IT, forecasts for challenges and growth over the next decade and keynote presentations by Pieter Elbers, COO, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines; Bernard Gustin, co-CEO, Brussels Airlines and Chairman, Association of European Airlines; and Franck Terner, President, Air France Industries.
Also featured at the MRO Europe show is the innovative MRO Links program, which links sellers with buyers looking for innovative products and services. MRO Europe exhibitors receive extra exposure in the program, which generates continuous leads for participants. To explore the latest MRO Links companies, and to learn how to participate, visit http://www.aviationweek.com/mrolinks.
For more information or to register for MRO Europe, visit http://www.aviationweek.com/events/ or call +1-212-904-6344. On Twitter, follow @aviationweek, @avweekevents, #MROE. Discounted rates apply for airlines, government, military and media. Free exhibition access is available to those who register by October 5.
MRO Europe is produced by Aviation Week, the largest multimedia information and services provider to the global aviation, aerospace and defense industries. Gold sponsors are AAR, Bombardier and Goodrich. Silver sponsors are ACLAS, AeroTurbine, Airbus, Chromalloy, Delta TechOps, Embraer Commercial Aviation, FedEx, GE Aviation, HEICO Seal Dynamics, Spirit Aerosystems and TES Aviation Group. Bronze sponsors are BAE Systems, Component Control, Fokker, GA Telesis, Lufthansa Technik, Pratt & Whitney, Saab, TRAX, Unical Aviation, and VAS Aero Services. Copper sponsors are Engineering - the Aviation Maintenance Holding, MNG Technic, TAP Maintenance & Engineering and Touchdown Aviation. Titanium sponsors are Abu Dhabi Aircraft Technologies and SR Technics. Supporting organizations include the Association of European Airlines, Airlines for America, the Dutch Aviation Group, IATA and the Netherlands Aerospace Group. Media sponsors are Aviation Week & Space Technology and Asian Aviation.
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