AIX shapes-up to take cabin concepts to new heights

The Aircraft Interiors Expo (AIX), returning to the Hamburg Messe, Germany from 28-30 May 2024, is set to provide the world’s leading platform for airlines and cabin interiors professionals across the global supply chain to shape the cabin concepts of the future.

The aircraft interiors market is experiencing a surge, with a projected CAGR of 6.81% from 2024 to 2032 (WhaTech). This growth correlates to a renewed demand for international travel, with recovery rates notably highest in the Asia-Pacific region (Pacific Asia Travel Association). Against this backdrop, AIX will offer attendees unmissable opportunities to explore the latest innovations and network with exhibitors.

The 2024 edition will welcome thousands of visitors and senior airline buyers, all looking to source products and solutions for the cabin of the future. Featuring most of the world’s biggest names in the aircraft interiors industry, the show promises to offer unrivalled networking as well as learning opportunities through dedicated speaker programmes.

At this year’s event, increased adoption of eco-friendly materials, exploring lighter weight alternatives, and implementing innovative design strategies to minimise the environmental impact of air travel, will all be on display.

Improving the passenger experience for both leisure and business travellers remains a top priority for all elements of the supply chain. With the latest advancements in inflight entertainment and connectivity (IFEC) playing a key role in aviation interiors.

Finally, AIX’s BizJet offering continues to grow, with refurbishment, interior design and completion products and services all on display.

AIX 2024 is the hub of innovation within the industry, bringing together over 400 exhibitors totalling a combined range of more than 1,000 products for the aircraft cabin interiors market, with brand-new solutions and partnerships set to be announced across the three days.

All show attendees can streamline their experience and maximise investment into the show with AIX Connect, the show’s online planning tool. The platform offers personalised matchmaking recommendations and search tools to schedule meetings ahead of the event.

Polly Magraw, event director, Aircraft Interiors Expo, said: “We look forward to welcoming the industry in Hamburg in May to highlight exceptional passenger experiences, upcoming interior insights, supply chain partnerships, and cabin expertise. AIX remains the only show where the biggest airlines and members of the supply chain come together to discuss cabin interiors, and with 2024 expected to be a year of growth for businesses, we are delighted to play a supporting role in that.”

Aircraft Interiors Expo (AIX) returns to the Hamburg Messe from 28-30 May 2024 in Halls B1 – B7. It is co-located with World Travel Catering & Onboard Services Expo (WTCE), which can be found in Halls A1 and A4.

Registration for the event is now open, visit https://www.aircraftinteriorsexpo.com/reg  to secure a place.

www.aircraftinteriorsexpo.com

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