The international exhibition attracts more than 4,000 attendees and features 200 exhibitors
Aviation Week Network’s ap&m Europe (airline purchasing and maintenance expo), is a longstanding, annual networking event for the commercial aviation aftermarket, taking place on 30 May-1 June, 2017 in London, UK.
The event kicks off with a one-day summit on 30 May at the Hilton Olympia, London, taking a strategic look at the European commercial aftermarket and supply chain, featuring 25 industry leading speakers.
Featured speakers and sessions at the summit include:
· OEMs and the Aftermarket – Market Perspectives & Strategy with Ken Aso, Director, Boeing Parts Solutions and Alistair Forbes, Services Research Manager, Rolls-Royce
· Entry Into Service…and Beyond – Experiences and Results with Roland Rainer, Director, Head of Technical Planning, Swiss International Air Lines
· Quantifying the Impact of Big Data and Health Monitoring for Airlines with Gary Smith, Business Lead – futureCabin and NEO, easyJet
The international exhibition attracts more than 4,000 attendees and features 200 exhibitors offering a wide range of aftermarket products and services; including MRO service providers, OEMs, parts manufacturers and distributors, supply chain and logistics and many more.
A unique feature of ap&m Europe is ‘Meet the Buyers’, a speed networking format between airline/mro buyers and exhibitors. All buyers are seated in a dedicated area of the show with exhibitors taking part in a series of 10 minute meetings with buyers of their choice.
The three-day event combines formal and informal networking for the entire airline supply chain, allowing attendees to develop existing business relationships and create new contacts in this fast-paced industry. ap&m Europe is sponsored by Bollore Logistics, Aerfin, Bombardier MRO, Fokker Services, TP Aerospace, Heico, AAR Corp and Werner Aero Services.
Opening times for the summit are Tuesday, 30 May from 8-5; Wednesday 31 May from 9-5.30; and Thursday 1 June from 9-3.
WHEN: 30 May-1 June
WHERE: Olympia London, UK