On the 23-24th of May Vilnius, Lithuania is to host its first largest international aviation conference held Eastern Europe. The event, entitled ‘MRO Regional: Eastern Europe, Baltics and Russia’, has already exceeded the expectations of its organizers. The two-day long conference will be attended by the representatives of more than 200 top global aviation companies from 34 countries.
‘The interest in the first such conference held in Eastern Europe and the activeness on behalf of its participants has exceeded all our expectations and proven the necessity of such events in the region. We strongly believe that the conference connecting aviation companies from the East and the West will become the platform for future innovations and strategic projects. The rapidly expanding regional fleet with new generation aircraft added on a daily basis allows the Eastern European carriers to successfully compete with the Western aviation market players.’ says the CEO of FL Technics Jonas Butautis.
The list of the companies that have already confirmed their attendance contains the names of the world’s top airlines, MROs, aircraft and spare parts’ manufacturers and suppliers as well as the representatives of aerospace information database and lease companies. Among those sharing their expertise during the conference there will be such aviation giants as Boeing, A J Walter Aviation, Ametek, Ascend, Engine Lease Finance Corporation, Finnair Technical Services, Goodrich, Honeywell, Kellstrom Industries, KLM Engineering & Maintenance, LOT Aircraft Mainetance Services, Lufthansa Technik, Magellan Group, Martinair Holland, MTU Maintenance, Nayak, Pratt & Whitney, Sabena Technics, TeamSAI, Volga-Dnepr Technics, etc. The aviation perspectives in Eastern Europe have particularly drawn the attention of such carriers as American Airlines, Adria Airways, Aerosvit Ukrainian Airlines, Air Astana, airBerlin, Alitalia, Croatia Airlines, Emirates Airlines, Estonian Air, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, Pakistan International Airlines, PGA Portugalia Airlines, SmartLynx Airlines and Wizz Air.
On the 23-24th of May the participants will discuss the aircraft fleet expansion prospects in Eastern Europe, the Baltic States and Russia, the possible ways to cut the technical maintenance and repair costs as well as increase the existing capabilities in the region and will cover general aviation growth tendencies. World renowned experts will also share their opinions about aircraft spare parts supply chains, the future of low cost carriers, global and regional aviation market tendencies, etc.
The conference is being organized by the aviation business group Avia Solutions Group (ASG) subsidiary FL Technics together with the largest information and services provider to the global commercial, defense, MRO, space and business aviation communities Aviation Week. Aviation Week also coordinates numerous international aviation conferences and exhibitions worldwide. For more information about the event, please visit the links below: