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Aircraft Maintenance Russia and CIS


Show Organizer (s): ATO Events
Event Date (s): March 1, 2012 .. March 2, 2012
Venue: Moscow, World Trade Center
Address: Russia, Moscow, Krasnopresnenskaya nab., 12
No. of Exhibitors: 80 , History Record: 60(in 2011)
No. of Attendees: 650 , History Record: 650(in 2011)
Flor Size: 450 , History Record: 450(in 2011)
Phone: +7 - 495 - 6265329
Fax: +7 - 499 - 2454946

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Summary: The 7th Aircraft Maintenance Russia & CIS is a major industry conference and exhibition for the region recognized as a must-attend for MRO industry leaders and airline decision-makers influencing operators’ technical and engineering policies. The extensive growth of international and domestic passenger traffic in Russia and CIS in 2010-2011 along with a massive invasion of Western-built long-haul and regional aircraft have posed a serious challenge for operators and their maintenance staff.
General Information: A must-visit industry summit! Aircraft Maintenance Russia & CIS is an ideal meeting and networking ground organized for 550+ high level attendees. It remains the only event of its kind and scale in the ex-USSR and is dedicated entirely to covering the burning issues of restructuring MRO services for the region’s air transport. The conference is a unique place to bring together Russian & CIS airline technical and engineering management with local and international MRO providers, component suppliers, manufacturers and media to discuss vital issues and challenges on the MRO market in the region. The conference agenda outlines the most up-to-date issues existing and influencing the business activity in MRO segment, among them: - What can international MRO industry offer to local carriers for restructuring services and cost saving? - Will new Russian regional aircraft manufacturers implement Western MRO management principles in their customer support programs? - How should component supply chain be optimized to meet Russian carriers’ demand and customs regulations? - Is there a space for international MRO partnerships on the local market? Speakers at Aircraft Maintenance Russia & CIS are acknowledged international and Russian industry experts. Conference attendees have repeatedly pointed out the value of sharing best practices with experienced market practitioners who will enhance the conference program. The conference success is based largely on its key audience — technical and engineering directors of all Russian and CIS major and regional airlines who recognize Aircraft Maintenance Russia & CIS as a must-visit event. The year 2011 was another step of success: a total of 52 exhibitors and more than 550 visitors from 20 countries from all over the world attended the leading international conference and exhibition for the aviation MRO industry in Russia and CIS.
Attendee Information: technical and engineering management of airlines, MRO providers and component suppliers, aircraft manufacturers, representatives of aviation authorities and mass media from Russia and abroad.
Exhibitor Information: http://www.events.ato.ru/eng/events/mro/exhibition