September 14, 2010, Long Beach, CA — The future of the world’s commercial airline and business aircraft industry will be debated by representatives of major industry airframe manufacturers and suppliers at the Aircraft Industry Expo scheduled for September 14, 15 and 16 at the Long Beach Convention Center, Long Beach, CA.
Representatives from Boeing, Airbus, B/E Aerospace, Lucintel and Regent Aerospace will form a panel to discuss and present their opinions on several key issues facing the commercial and business aviation industries.
Topics of interest will include:
• Where is the industry in terms of the current cycle?
• Do recent new aircraft orders suggest the beginning of an industry upturn?
• What initiatives were put in place during the economic downturn and what lessons can be taken forward?
• Is the virtual lack of commercial aircraft consolidation during the downturn a positive or negative for the industry?
One of several discussions planned for the three day Expo, the featured “Preparing for the Future” panel will include Bob Lange, Head of Airline Marketing, Airbus, Wayne Exton, Vice President Super First/VIP, B/E Aerospace; Reza Soltanian, President, Regent Aerospace; Sanjay Mazumdar, CEO, Lucintel, and a representative from the Boeing Market Analysis Group.
About Aircraft Interior Expo Americas: The Main Event for the Western Hemisphere
The Aircraft Interiors Expo Americas is part of a trio of strategic geographic exhibitions designed for the world’s aircraft interiors industry. The Americas event joins Expos hosted in Hamburg, Germany and Hong Kong. The exhibitions serve as a launch pad for cabin programs showcasing tomorrow’s designs, inflight entertainment, connectivity and passenger services. The Expo features industry forums, speakers and exhibitors in a three day event, September 14, 15 and 16 at the Long Beach Convention Center, Long Beach CA. Visit www.AircraftInteriorsExpo-us.com for more information.
Representatives of major industry airframe manufacturers and suppliers will debate the future of the aircraft industry at the Aircraft Industry Expo scheduled for Sept. 14-16 at the Long Beach...
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The exhibition featured 125 exhibiting companies, representing 13 countries, across 37,000 sq ft of floor space. The event will return to the Washington State Convention Center on Oct. 14-16, 2014.
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