- by GI Magazine
- Sep 15, 2022
MRO ASIA-PACIFIC, July 5 (EINPresswire.com): For the first time since 2019, Aviation Week Network's MRO Asia-Pacific (#MROAP) will be broadcast live from the Singapore Expo and Convention Centre. The conference and exhibition shall include prominent members from local and global industry backdrops. They are invited to discuss the most recent issues and concerns of operators, service providers, and suppliers. Aero-Engines Asia-Pacific will be associated with MRO Asia-Pacific on September 21-22. It solely focuses on the trends and issues affecting the region's engine community. Aero-Engines gather stakeholders from the engine community to discuss and debate the most recent trends, developments, and strategic challenges. 4,000 registered attendees from 60 countries are expected to include experts in decision-making from airlines, lessors, and MROs.
MRO Asia Pacific will provide expert-led content that enables to match networking and a marketplace. This shall help the airline, OEM, MRO, and supplier communities to discover and showcase new products and innovations. The event also endorses connecting with source new and existing business partners to share knowledge and best practices. Lydia Janow, (Senior Vice President of Events for Aviation Week Network) said, “We anticipate a record attendance in Singapore based on the pent-up demand for in-person networking and the great success of our other recent live events including MRO Americas and MRO BEER."
The pre-MRO Asia-Pacific event will be held on September 19 at Gardens by the Bay in Singapore. It will serve as a platform to honour the 2022 MRO Asia-Pacific award winners at a gala dinner. The theatre is making its debut at MRO Asia-Pacific, with innovative sessions, case studies, and product briefings covering the hottest topics and industry trends. The event is held at the exhibition hall and welcomes all show attendees. Embraer, Lufthansa Technik, Meggitt, Pratt & Whitney, SIA Engineering Company, Spirit Aero Systems, Standard Aero, and ST Engineering are the MRO Asia-Pacific sponsors, with support from Airlines For America, Airlink, the Association for Aerospace Industries (Singapore), and IATA. Aeroxchange is the partner sponsor of Aero-Engines Asia-Pacific. The team is eagerly waiting to host the event as they said, “We are thrilled to return to Singapore for an action-packed agenda where attendees will share knowledge, shop solution providers, and make business deals.”