Commercial Aviation Services APAC Showcase
KUALA LUMPUR, Feb 7 (Bernama) -- Aviation Week Network will hold the Commercial Aviation Services Asia-Pacific (APAC) event which will cover all aspects of the commercial aircraft, at the Singapore Expo Convention and Exhibition Centre.
The event will be held for three days from Nov 6 to 8, this year.
Aviation Week Network, in a statement said the event would bring together significant components of the aircraft's life cycle, including maintenance and aftermarket, engines, interiors, manufacturing, meet-the-buyers session and the exhibition.
"By pulling more aspects of aviation services together, we minimise our delegates and exhibitors' time away from office, allowing them to learn from each other and realise adjacent market opportunities," said Aviation Week Network president, Greg Hamilton.
MRO Asia-Pacific will provide insights into the concerns of operators, their service providers and suppliers in the aftermarket arena, while the airline-led discussions will connect operators with the service-providers to address concerns, initiatives and opportunities.
Under the engines segment, Aero-Engines Asia Pacific will emphasise the region's engine market from manufacturing to retirement, and the attendees will take part in conversations about the challenges and developments in aerospace technology with representatives from original equipment manufacturers (OEM); lessors; maintenance, repair and operations (MROs), and suppliers.
The in-flight entertainment and connectivity manufacturers and suppliers will showcase the latest product advancements and partake in workshop sessions, to explore topical developments affecting the market.
Also, attendees will walk away with action plans to ensure their organisations are lasting part of the Asian aerospace supply-chain, with Aerospace Manufacturing Asia-Pacific focusing on strategies to accelerate delivery schedules and pipeline development.
The meet-the buyers segment will enhance networking opportunities through a series of face-to-face meetings between buyers (airlines and MROs/OEMs/lessors) and suppliers (exhibitors).
The exhibition hall is the place to meet with more than 150 suppliers and providers covering innovative maintenance, manufacturing, engines, and interior solutions and services.