Asia's Largest Aviation Maintenance Event Focuses On Reducing Costs, Outsourcing, and Global Best Practices

NEW YORK, July 26 /PRNewswire/ -- Aircraft safety and management strategies for maintaining aircraft in a growing Asian aviation market -- issues that affect airlines, OEMs, suppliers, service providers and the military -- will be the focus of discussions and displays during AVIATIONWEEK'S MRO Asia Conference & Exhibition, September 19-21 in Xiamen, China.

MRO Asia is the largest conference and exhibition in the region dedicated to the aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) market, and brings together more than 1,000 global leaders in aviation maintenance from airlines and the government/military sectors who serve the industry.

In addition to a sold out exhibition hall with more than 60 companies displaying the latest services and technologies, the conference will offer educational and informative sessions with over 25 speakers addressing:

"Within the next ten years the MRO industry in Asia is expected to reach$12.2 billion, accounting for 24% of the global market, but the challenge today for MRO executives is to create strategies to manage growth and reduce cost while maintaining profitability and quality," said Tom Henricks, President of AVIATION WEEK. "Industry executives, their suppliers and customers attending this year's MRO Asia Conference & Exhibition will find a comprehensive one-stop business environment that will help them manage the extraordinary challenges of today's rapidly changing MRO marketplace, and help them plan for tomorrow."

Additional information and online registration for MRO Asia is available at http://www.aviationnow.com/conferences or by calling +1 800 240 7645 (U.S.& Canada only) or +1 212 904 6344.

Airlines attending MRO Asia include: Air China, Air China Cargo, ChanganAirlines, China Cargo, China Eastern Airlines, China Eastern Airlines JiangsuCo., China Eastern Airlines Northwest Co., China Eastern Airlines Wuhan Co., China Postal Airlines, China Southern Airlines, China Southern Airlines Group Hainan Co., China Southern Airlines Northern Co., China Southern Airlines Shantou Co., China United Airlines, China Xinhua Airlines, Deer Jet, East Star Airlines, Greatwall Airlines, Guangxi Airlines, Guizhou Airlines, Hainan Airlines, JADE Cargo International, OK Airlines, Rainbow Jet, Shandong Airlines, Shanghai Airlines, Shanxi Airlines, Shenzhen Airlines, Sichuan Airlines, Spring Airlines, United Eagle Airlines, Xiamen Airlines, YangtzeRiver Express Airlines, and Zhuhai Airlines.

MRO Asia is produced by Aviation Week Conferences & Exhibitions in association with Civil Aviation Administration of China - CAAC, China Aviation Supplies Imp. & Exp. Group Corp. (CASGC), International, Aviation Group (IAG), and Overhaul & Maintenance magazine. Gold sponsors are Boeing Commercial Airplanes, Pratt & Whitney, and United Services. Silver sponsors are Goodrich, Honeywell, and Sargent/Avborne. Bronze sponsors are Airbus and HEICO Corp. MRO Asia is supported by Xiamen Aviation Industry Co. Ltd. (XAICO), Beijing Kailan Aviation Technology Co. Ltd/IAG's MRO China. Airline support is from Air China, JetBlue Airways and Quantas Airways and Xiamen Airlines.

SOURCE AVIATION WEEK


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