The fact that this dual event continues to grow in popularity is testament to the aviation sector’s significance to the Middle East. Globally, the aircraft refurbishing market is predicted to generate annual revenues of more than US$7bn by 2026, up from US$4bn today, and MENA is poised to deliver a high proportion of that growth.
Aircraft Interiors Middle East (AIME) provides the ideal platform for aircraft interiors suppliers, providers and buyers to establish new relationships in the GCC. This two-day exhibition attracts more than 330 exhibitors, plus representatives from 500 airlines.
Running in parallel, Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO) Middle East helps boost the overall event attendance in excess of 5,000 visitors. It similarly acts as a forum for industry players to strike commercial deals. It also provides an opportunity to engage with colleagues, customers and competitors from all segments in order to discuss the crucial issues affecting the industry, and explore the cutting-edge solutions that are pushing the sector forward.