Registration is now open for the 2020 edition of Aircraft Interiors Expo. Airline buyers looking to find the latest solutions for cabin interiors, inflight entertainment and passenger comfort, can sign up to visit on the website here: https://aix-2020-visitor.reg.buzz/step/1
Returning to the Hamburg Messe from 31 March – 2 April 2020, AIX will once again demonstrate why it is the must-attend event for the passenger experience industry. With 600 leading aircraft interiors suppliers showcasing the latest seating, galleys and galley equipment, in-flight entertainment and connectivity (IFEC), lighting, hardware solutions and much more.
Industry giants Airbus, Boeing, Collins Aerospace, Recaro and Astronics will join more than 40 new suppliers who will appear at the show for the very first time. This includes Bright Lite Structures, a design and manufacturing company offering a patented composite carbon fibre technology that is strong, light-weight and fast to manufacture. And, FlightAware, a global aviation software and data services company, which will demonstrate its experience working with more than 10,000 aircraft operators and service providers, as well as 12 million passengers.
Listen, Learn and Discuss
Along with a host of product solutions displayed on the show floor, attendees can attend educational sessions in the returning CabinSpace LIVE theatre where sessions will cover a range of topical issues including the future of IFEC, MRO and more. Sessions will run across all three days of the event, with renowned industry experts providing insights on the latest issues and current trends impacting the market.
The CabinSpace LIVE theatre will also recognise and celebrate the latest cutting-edge cabin innovations when the Crystal Cabin Awards return for the 12th time. Winners will be announced in eight categories, including cabin concepts, IFEC, material and components, and visionary concepts.
Pushing the boundaries of IFEC
Returning to showcase the very best of inflight-entertainment and connectivity, the IFEC Zone also returns to AIX 2020 representing the world’s biggest event dedicated to content and service providers. Located in halls B2 to B4 and B4 upper, it will welcome leading suppliers on the cutting-edge of in-flight technology solutions, including Burrana, Panasonic Avionics Corporation, Gogo, Immfly, Inmarsat, SITAONAIR and Thales.
Unlimited networking opportunities
AIX will again offer unrivalled networking opportunities for attendees to catch up with their peers, meet new industry contacts and discuss business opportunities.
VIP guests can also benefit from the complimentary use of the show’s Airline Lounge which includes free meeting room hire, dedicated concierge service and daily refreshments. In addition to benefits on the show floor, VIPs can enjoy discounted entry to the Passenger Experience Conference and free entry to the Industry Networking Party, which takes place immediately after the conference on Monday, 30 March 2020.
Three in one presents unrivalled value
AIX provides the ultimate convenience for those looking to enhance the onboard experience, thanks to its co-location with the World Travel Catering & Onboard Services Expo (WTCE) and Passenger Experience Conference (PEC). Visitors can once again use this must-attend industry event to identify new suppliers across the entire passenger experience industry during their time in Hamburg.
Speaking about the 2020 show, Polly Magraw, Event Director, said:
“With more than 20 years at the forefront of innovation in the aircraft seating, inflight entertainment and passenger experience industries, we’re excited to announce that registration is now live for our 2020 event. With the pace of change intensifying, we’re looking forward to getting back to the Hamburg Messe to welcome back professionals from across the aviation industry as we explore the next steps in the evolution of the passenger experience.”
Registration for Aircraft Interiors Expo (AIX), World Travel Catering & Onboard Services Expo (WTCE) and Passenger Experience Conference (PEC) is now open.
For more information visit http://www.aircraftinteriorsexpo.com