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Aircraft Interiors Expo held next week

Posted 30 March 2016 · Add Comment

The Aircraft Interiors Expo begins next week in Hamburg, showcasing new technologies and designs for cabin interior.

The Aircraft Interiors Expo is being held at Hamburg’s Messehallen Trade Fair on the 5-7th April, and will see over 530 exhibitors and 10,000 guests attending.
 
Many exhibitors are based in Hamburg, but over 30 nations will be represented at the expo.
 
“The Aircraft Interiors Expo has long been an indispensable event in the industry’s calendar. What you see on display here today will be experienced by airline passengers tomorrow,” said Minister for Economic Affairs, Transport and Innovation, Frank Horch.
 
The Crystal Cabin Award will also be presented during the expo at a formal event on Tuesday evening.   
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