Only two days – make sure you’re part of the picture
If you’re an MRO professional interested in India for the long run, this is an event you shouldn’t miss. As 2013 brings with it new challenges for aviation in India, its MRO sector has had to adapt to a range of political, technical, operational and procurement challenges.
To what extent are MRO providers prepared to adapt their services to the demands of new technology, as well as accommodate an ever-expanding narrowbody airline fleet? When and where should Indian airlines be outsourcing maintenance services? How best to recruit, train and retain the region’s engineering talent to manage the industry moving forwards?
Staged in New Delhi, April 23-25, UBM Aviation’s Airline Engineering and Maintenance India Conference offers answers to all these questions and more, tackling the toughest MRO challenges in the industry through first-class presentations, panel discussions and workshops in a setting that’s dynamic, intimate and interactive.
Confirmed attendees for the 2013 conference includes senior representatives from:
Ministry of Civil Aviation, Government of India ▪ Air India ▪ Air India Express ▪ Boeing ▪ Blue Dart Express Limited ▪ Directorate General of Civil Aviation, Government of India ▪ GoAir ▪ IndiGo ▪ Jet Airways ▪ SpiceJet Airlines ▪ SriLankan Airlines ▪ AAR Corp ▪ Air Works India ▪ GE Aviation ▪ PPG Aerospace ▪ KLM Engineering & Maintenance ▪ myTechnic ▪ Ramco Systems ▪ Rolls Royce Finance Partners ▪ Turkish Technik ▪ Wencor Group ▪ ATC Lasham ▪ CIT Aerospace ▪ Bangalore International ▪ Airport Liebherr Singapore ▪ Eaton Aerospace ▪ AJ Walter Aviation ▪ Boeing ▪ Lufthansa Technik ▪ Killick Aerospace ▪ mtTEAM.aero ▪ Seal Dynamics ▪ Woodward