Counting Down To MRO Europe #MROE


There’s less than a month to go before Aviation Week's MRO Europe conference and exhibition kicks off. We return to ExCel London -- neighbour to some great aviation real estate. London City Airport is nearby and the Emirates Air Line cable car is just a short walk away from the convention centre. If you have time, take a ride across the river and visit the new high-tech">Emirates Aviation Experience

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Every time I write a blog about one of our conferences, I always use the phrase “it’s set to be our biggest conference yet.” I’m sorry but I have to make that statement again. This European gathering will be the largest to date, only surpassed by our Americas conference. We already have almost 2,500 registered attendees. Are you coming?


This year we have seven tracks on the agenda: Airline Operations; Composites & Advanced Materials; Engineering & Maintenance; Finance & Leasing; Propulsion; Supply Chain & Logistics and Technology. Take a look at the full conference agenda here.

Live Blogs

Aviation Week’s editors and producers will be live blogging throughout the conference series. Even if you can't make it to London this year, you can interact with us, the presenters and panelists and other audience members as we discuss the things that matter most to the industry. You can keep up with what we have to say on this web site and on our free event app. Following your feedback from previous conferences, we will post the live blogs in three tracks this year to make the conversations easier to follow and review afterwards.


The hash tag is #MROE

Follow Lee Ann Tegtmeier @AvWeekMRO, Sean Broderick @AvWeekSean and me, AvWeekRupa, for live updates.

Our event producers on Twitter include Juliet Trew @AvWeekJuliet, Helen Kang @AvWeekHelen and Ed Hazelwood @Ed_Hazelwood

Also follow @AvWeekEvents and @AWyss for conference and exhibition updates. 


Join our dedicated MRO group on LinkedIn and interact with other attendees and MRO professionals.

See you in London!

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