Aircraft Interiors Expo (AIX) delegates can make use of a new show planning tool, AIX Connect, ahead of the aircraft interiors industry show, which returns to Hamburg, Germany, on 14-16 June 2022.
The show planning tool is designed to help key airline buyers meet exhibitors during the show, to build business connections and discuss new projects. It is designed to help in sourcing the latest cabin innovations, technologies, IFE and connectivity solutions by facilitating targeted business connections based on specific product requirements.
More than 600 cabin interior suppliers are to return to AIX this June, filling eight halls of the Hamburg Messe.
Available to all attendees, AIX Connect will pair participating exhibitors with key buyers and procurement teams from leading airlines and manufacturers. Among those confirmed to exhibit are major OEMs, Boeing and Airbus, as well as suppliers including 3M, Acro Aircraft Seating, AD Aerospace, BAE Systems, EnCore, MGR Foamtex, Jamco, Collins Aerospace, Lufthansa Technik, Panasonic Avionics and Recaro.
“Connecting people to make new business contacts and source the right products is the cornerstone of Aircraft Interiors Expo,” said Polly Magraw, AIX event director. “As we emerge from the pandemic, we know that suppliers and airlines are eager to return in-person to save time and resources in their efforts to fast-track the industry’s recovery and seek the latest cabin innovations to enhance the passenger experience. We can’t wait to see the results of these incredibly important meetings as we support the aircraft interiors industry by facilitating networking with targeted business connections, as well as meeting all of their needs at the event with AIX Connect Lounge and concierge service; building connections has never been easier.”
AIX will be co-located with World Travel Catering & Onboard Services Expo (WTCE), which will celebrate its 10th anniversary at this year’s event, and the Passenger Experience Conference.