Airline Engineering & Maintenance India 2011

Venue: ITC Maratha

Location: Mumbai, Maharashtra, India

Event Date/Time: Mar 03, 2011 End Date/Time: Mar 04, 2011
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Now in its 5th year, Airline Engineering & Maintenance India 2011 is a high-level strategic conference which brings together 100+ of the most senior and influential Engineering & Maintenance, Technical Operations and Quality Control professionals from across India’s aviation and MRO industries for intelligence gathering, benchmarking and high-powered networking around the key opportunities and challenges of this fast growing sector.

With the Indian aviation industry on an aggressive growth path, there are tremendous opportunities for local airlines, OEMs and allied suppliers and their international counterparts. Over two intensive days you will get access to all the information, expert advice and new partnership opportunities you need to develop your own tool-kit for engineering and maintenance success.

You'll have the opportunity to:

Evaluate MRO opportunities in India - hear directly from the airlines, MROs, regulators, and OEMs and get to grips with the latest trends and opportunities specific to the Indian scenario

Understand the regulatory framework - analyse the latest DGCA and FAA positions on standards, procedures and compliance

Gather the latest trends - benefit from a series of case study presentations, lively panel discussions, and interactive roundtable debates to maximise your knowledge sharing and information gathering opportunities

Cement relationships - take advantage of 8 ½ hours of networking to meet with old colleagues, make completely new contacts, and strike profitable new partnerships to take your MRO business further quicker

Browse the solution zone - take advantage of our adjoining table-top exhibition and identify new products and solutions to help build up your MRO infrastructure with ease

Just some of the highlights of the conference include:

Setting up a robust MRO infrastructure - from CAPA, PricewaterhouseCoopers and Air India
Meeting tough domestic and international regulatory standards and clarifying tax policies – from DGCA and Max Aerospace and Aviation
Leveraging international partnerships and expertise - from Jet Airways and GE Aviation
Building up your manpower and skills-base - from Aeronautical Society of India
Overcoming the infrastructure and space constraints to set up an MRO - from SpiceJet and GoAir
Developing cost-effective engineering and maintenance approaches - from FAA, Kingfisher Airlines, IndiGo, Air France Industries KLM E&M and Lufthansa Technik
Impact of new engine developments on future maintenance needs - from Rolls-Royce

Don’t miss this opportunity to share best practices, update on innovations in cost-effective engineering and maintenance techniques, leverage new engine developments, and strike profitable new partnerships that will take your organisation to the next level.


ITC Maratha
Sahar Airport Road