The Ministry of International Trade (MIT) is planning to organize an Ontario Pavilion in the biggest MRO trade show in the Middle, which will take place in Dubai, UAE, February 11th – 12th, 2019.
MRO Middle East, co-located with Aircraft Interiors Middle East (AIME), is the Middle East leading conference and trade show for commercial aircraft maintenance. This is the one opportunity you have in this region to discover the crucial issues impacting the MRO industry today and to engage colleagues, customers, peers, and competitors from all segments of the business. Network with the people that are fostering growth in the region, developing cutting-edge technology, and pushing the MRO industry forward.
MRO Middle East — where airlines, MROs, suppliers, OEMs, regulators and industry experts converge to define the aviation maintenance industry.
MRO Middle East's specific focus on commercial aircraft MRO ensures the buyers and solution providers you want to meet will be there. It is the perfect place to meet new contacts, expand business networks, discuss new trends and technological developments and to source products and services.
The Middle East region continues to expand with rapid fleet expansion and absolute MRO growth. It is the second fastest growing MRO market. By 2023, the MRO market in the Middle East will reach $7 billion, the result of 7.3% compound annual growth rate (CAGR).
Who Should Attend?
MRO Middle East is a MUST for Airlines, OEMs, Aircraft Leasing Companies, Aviation Authorities and Regulators, MRO Service Providers and all suppliers to the MRO industry in the following areas:
And all managers, directors, and other personnel focused on:
· Business Development
· Customer Service
· Supply chain
The Middle East is set to be the fastest-growing region of the world for the airline industry this year, with the highest growth in terms of both new airline capacity and revenue passenger kilometres.
There is more than $100bn-worth of airport-related projects planned and underway across the MENA region as governments look to update and expand their infrastructure in order to meet their targets for developing their tourism and logistics sectors. The new and expanded airports are expected to be completed between end of 2016 and 2020, the largest potential opportunities for contracting and sub-contracting companies are expected to come from the construction of the next phase of Al Maktoum International in Dubai, the further expansion of Jeddah airport, Hamad International airport expansion, and other airports in the region.
If you are interested in participating in this mission, please email Eyad.Qudsi@ontario.ca, so your company will be included in the event invitation list.