|Event||Wings of the Future 2019|
|Organiser||ATO Events - Wings of the Future|
|Press Release Date||29.08.2019|
Innovation is dramatically changing the aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) industry as much as it is affecting civil aviation in general – and maintenance providers are not only adopting the latest innovative technologies available to the market, but are also implementing their own.
At this year’s October 30-31 Wings of the Future Forum in Moscow, Johannes Bussman, the head of Lufthansa Technik, the world’s leading MRO provider, is to explore the key trends and challenges currently facing the civil aviation industry and, in particular, the disruptive impact of digitalisation and technological innovations both in a global context and especially in Russia and the CIS.
In his speech at the forum, Dr. Bussman will address such paramount subjects as:
- The impact of digital transformation on the MRO-industry
- How to turn technological innovation into customer advantages
- The evolving MRO market: Offering local solutions for a global business
- How to remain competitive in an increasingly challenging environment
This year’s Wings of the Future forum is taking place on October 30-31 at Moscow’s Renaissance Monarch Center Hotel. You can find additional information about the forum on our website>>>
Representatives of the ‘Wings of the Future’ forum have consistently underscored their many years of experience by attracting exceptionally high levels of participation, both in numbers and in the quality of attendees. You can join them by reserving a place at the forum where you will not only receive access to discussions covering the most topical issues and innovative developments of commercial aviation, but also benefit from unlimited opportunities for informal networking.
The event is organised by Infomost Consulting, with support from the Russian Association of Air Transport Operators and the International Association of Airports.
Sponsors: S7 Technics, Lufthansa Technik, Embraer, SITA, Sirena.
Sponsorship: SeaLine, CFM, PowerJet.