The first global-scale in-person cabin trade show in the post-Covid era takes place in Hamburg in June. We report on what’s changed and what visitors to Aircraft Interiors Expo 2022 can expect.
It seems like a lifetime since many of us met in person. We are an industry that thrives on networking and face-to-face relationships and the team at Aircraft Cabin Management simply cannot wait to get back to a tradeshow to meet our friends in the sector, meet new ones and learn what everybody has been up to since the last time we met.
Luckily, the wait is finally over as the Aircraft Interiors Expo (AIX) – including the associated World Travel Catering & Onboard Services Expo (WTCE) returns in June, after missing both the 2020 and 2021 exhibitions.
AIX is the biggest annual event in the airline passenger experience calendar. Exhibitors will be debuting the latest developments in everything from amenity kits to IFE, catering to baggage bins and seats to connectivity solutions.
The event spans eight enormous halls at the famous Hamburg Messe exhibition centre and delegates can expect more than 600 suppliers to be showing their latest wares.