Aircraft Interiors Expo (AIX) is set to return to Hamburg in June, ahead of a record year for aviation that will see more than 4.2 billion passengers take flight over the next 12 months, according to IATA. AIX is expecting 70 airlines, more than 1,000 products over 7,000 visitors in attendance for this year’s event.
The event will showcase all aspects of the airline interior environment, including cabin management systems, seating, flooring solutions, galley equipment, IFEC, interior paints and coverings, lighting, lavatory and waste equipment.
“Aircraft Interiors Expo 2023 plays a vital role in providing a centralised marketplace for the entire interiors supply chain to come together, not only driving the industry’s progress, but aiding in its recovery,” said Polly Magraw, Event Director, AIX. “Building on last year’s successful post-pandemic event, we are anticipating this year to be the biggest show yet, with other 7,000 visitors set to attend.”
Among the companies showcasing their products at AIX are ST Engineering with its ACCESS lavatory for Passengers with Reduced Mobility (PRMs), Wencor with the Adams Rite Touchfree Wasteflap for touchfree waste disposal, as well as Aviation Glass & Technology BV with its Aeroglass interactive mirrors, which become an integrated on-board communication platform displaying images, signs and videos.
“Our comprehensive programme of exclusive and insightful talks is complemented by many opportunities to network with the best of the industry,” added Magraw, “making AIX the ideal platform for building relationships, identifying new solutions and successfully planning for the future trends.”
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