June dates for MRO and AIME exhibition


New dates have been announced for the MRO Middle East and Aircraft Interiors Middle East (AIME) exhibition. The event will be held on 15-16 June 2021 at the Dubai World Trade Centre in Dubai, UAE.

The exhibition was initially planned for March 2021, but was postponed to take into consideration the health and safety of exhibitors and visitors, as well as travel restrictions related to the COVID-19 pandemic.

“We remain committed to the stakeholders, exhibitors and visitors while prioritising everyone’s wellbeing,” said Tim Hawes, managing director of Tarsus Aerospace. “We have been continually monitoring the developments on travel restrictions from governments around the world in recent weeks. After very careful consideration of the situation and taking into account invaluable feedback from our exhibitors and stakeholders we believe the decision to move the exhibition is in the best interests of the health and safety of our exhibitors, visitors, contractors and staff.”

“After a recent hiatus in industry events and the significant impact on the commercial aviation industry from the COVID-19 pandemic, the exhibition will provide an important platform for recovery, allowing for the community to discuss solutions to the new challenges we face, share new industry trends and well as showcase the latest technologies,” said Lydia Janow, managing director/events at Aviation Week Network.

“With the increased vaccination schedules implemented in key markets and the strength of Dubai’s recovery, we believe that moving the exhibition to June 2021 will allow us to deliver a quality event for everyone,” added Hawes.

The 2021 event will include seminars, workshops and product demonstrations along with a pre-arranged meetings programme to facilitate connections and networking between visitors and exhibitors. In addition, the Airline Buyers Programme will allow attendees to meet and network with regional and global airlines.

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