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A strong presence from Le Journal de l'Aviation once again at Aircraft Interiors and MRO Americas

28/03/2019 | 235 words
A strong presence from Le Journal de l'Aviation once again at Aircraft Interiors and MRO Americas
As we do each year, Le Journal de l'Aviation will be attending two major aerospace exhitions in the first weeks of April.

Our specialist journalists will be going to Hamburg for the twentieth edition of the Aircraft Interiors Expo (AIX) show which will be held from 2nd to 4th April. AIX is the largest event in the world dedicated to cabin layout (seats, lighting, connectivity, IFE, galleys, monuments, toilets, etc.).

Le Journal de l'Aviation will also be going to Atlanta for the MRO Americas show from 9th to 11th April. Organised by Aviation Week, MRO Americas is the largest event in the world dedicated to aviation maintenance.

Le Journal de l'Aviation is a media partner of these two events and will be producing two special editions for each one (report and interviews).

Full coverage of the news from these two events will also be provided live on ALERTAVIA. This fast and easy-to-read news platform from Le Journal de l'Aviation is now the most important source of aviation news in French in terms of the subjects covered each day.

For more information about these two events:

Aircraft Interiors Expo 2019

MRO Americas 2019
 
 
 
 
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