MRO Europe 2022 Brochure

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Conference: October 18-20, 2022 Exhibition: October 19-20, 2022 ExCeL London, UK

With uncertainty in the region – what's next?

RESILIENCE MRO Europe at a glance: • Largest event of its kind in Europe: 7,000 attendees & 400 exhibitors • 3 day senior level conference with 40+ expert speakers • 2 day international exhibition • 2 show floor theaters offering free content

• Face-to-face networking with decision makers Featured Speakers

Julia Brix

Head of Technical Services, Wizz Air

Rahul Ghai

Chief Digital & Technology Officer, AAR

Adam Hale

Head of Heavy Maintenance, Ryanair

Pietro Pascale

Managing Director, Atitech

Boris Rogoff

Technical Director, Vueling

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Event Details: Conference October 18-20, 2022 Paid Event See back page for details Exhibition October 19-20, 2022 Free to attend Register by September 19 Need to know more? Contact: events@aviationweek.co.uk

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MRO Europe returns to London, bringing the airline supply chain together to network, learn and conduct face-to-face meetings with senior level decision makers.The largest event of its kind in the region, MRO Europe combines a three day conference (October 18-20) and a two day exhibition (October 19-20), attracting airlines, lessors, MROs, OEMs and suppliers. The senior level conference features over 40 expert speakers, addressing the challenges facing the European MRO market, including geopolitical uncertainty, fuel prices, inflation, supply chain issues and rising interest rates. The exhibition showcases 400+ international suppliers, displaying their latest technology, products and services for the aviation maintenance industry. The tradeshow also features two dedicated theaters, offering complimentary content, product demos and case studies to all attendees.

October 18-20, 2022 • ExCeL London, UK


Conference Agenda

Day 1 | Tuesday, October 18, 2022

Day 2 | Wednesday, October 19, 2022

2:00pm Welcome Remarks from Aviation Week Network Hannah Bonnett, Events Content Director, Aviation Week Network

9:30am

2:15pm

Regional Airline Keynote

2:35pm

State of the Market: Forecast and Trends

Get the facts and understand what the data means as you hear expert analysis on the current outlook for MRO demand and critical market trends. Dan Williams, Head of Fleet & Flight Data, Manager of Civil Forecasts, Aviation Week Network 3:15pm

The Unpopular Opinion Panel

‘We are back on track and glad to be back!’ There are a lot of uncertainties and potential headwinds causing stress to the MRO and aviation industry, what if we don’t see the growth we expect? Geopolitical conflict; increased maintenance costs due to inflation and escalating fuel prices, climate concerns, lagging recovery in Asia, China shutdowns, staff shortages, supply chain challenges and a lack of trust in international travel. How will these stressors be felt across the region and how might they hamper projected growth? How should we adapt business models to be prepared for this uncertainty? Moderator: Sean Broderick, Senior Editor, Aviation Week Network Adam Hale, Head of Heavy Maintenance, Ryanair Pietro Pascale, Managing Director, Atitech Maciej Wilk, COO, LOT Airlines 4:15pm

End of day 1

Consistency in the Supply Chain

Supply chain instability is a significant threat – what are the key ways to manage this? Closer partnerships, driving flexibility, better use of data monitoring, diversifying the supply chain, investment and partnerships, keeping labor in supply chain roles. What methods can help your company mitigate the challenge of a consistent source of supply? What role can automation and new technology play? What impact is inflation and cost control having? How does sustainability play a role? Moderator: David Stewart, Partner, Oliver Wyman Pat Markham, VP HPG Technical Services, HEICO Pete Reinikkala, Head of Supply Chain Management, Finnair Technical Services Barry Swift, SVP Operations, AJW 10:10am Airline Roundtable: Priorities and Business Models

Priority lists: What is top of the agenda for European airlines now that we have moved into the ‘new normal?’ What are the priorities in the areas of staffing and recruitment, sustainability, digital? How did the loss of talent during the pandemic impact airline business models? How have the regional challenges and increasing costs changed what operators are looking for from the aftermarket? Moderator: James Pozzi, European MRO Editor, Aviation Week Network Julia Brix, Head of Technical Services, Wizz Air Brendan McConnellogue, Director of Engineering and Maintenance, easyJet Boris Rogoff, Technical Director, Vueling 10:50am Refreshment break and business card exchange 11.00am MRO Panel: Planning and Sustainabilities

Note: To access the conference, you will need either a delegate pass or VIP Airline/Lessor pass. See back page for delegate fees and/or qualification criteria.

De-globalisation for a global industry - what are the concerns for MRO and how will this impact cost? How will the structure shift? How do high fuel prices and transport costs affect MRO in Europe? How is MRO sourcing changing and what does that mean for suppliers? What is the impact of labor shortages on insourcing versus outsourcing MRO decisions and what other effects are we seeing across the industry?What did parked aircraft and postponements mean for MRO schedules, securing slots, rectifications and fleet reliability? How do we plan our resources in the future to deal with it? Sustainability: Is there a clear role for the MRO? How are the MRO’s interacting in this environment? Moderator: Kata Cserep, Global Managing Director, Aviation, Travel and Tourism, ICF Brian Sartain, SVP Repair and Engineering Services, AAR

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Conference Agenda

11.45am Engine Market: Trends and New Strategies +

Day 3 | Thursday, October 20, 2022

Aviation Week Network Datablast

Hear an Aviation Week Network 5 minute datablast with an engine fleet forecast, new gen vs. legacy engine fleet and MRO cost forecast. Understanding repair technology trends and digital trends on new platforms: what are the capabilities? Potential of digital: How can virtual improve efficiencies? What trends are we seeing in hospital shops and more on-site/on-wing maintenance versus engine shop overhauls? What changes are we seeing in workscope trends on both mature and new fleets? Assessing changing engine maintenance strategies, consolidation and supply chain recovery effect on MRO. Moderator: Shangari Meleschi, VP North American Repair Operations, and Aftermarket Operations Transformation, Pratt & Whitney Antoine Fafard, Aerospace Industry Analyst, Fleets & MRO, Aviation Week Network Romain Fleury, GM Aftermarket Solutions EMEA, GE Aviation Marcel Leon de Paz, Director Sales Europe and Africa – MTU Maintenance Russell Shelton, President – Engine Strategy Group, GA Telesis 12.15pm Refreshment break and business card exchange 12.25pm Opportunities of and Issues with New Technology

Can we assess what technology can be used as a force multiplier for our mechanics and be used to address staff shortages? Understanding key efficiencies with concrete examples. What are some of the key benefits of remote tech support and inspections? How has machine learning changed operations? What are the potential risks of new technology like durability and repairability of new materials ? What are the implications to support the new technology from a MRO perspective? Airline Health Monitoring and predictive maintenance: What is making a difference to scheduled maintenance planning and where can the efficiencies drive you? What are some of the varying factors? Rahul Ghai, Chief Digital & Technology Officer, AAR Zilvinas Lapinskas, CEO, FL Technics Nicole Tibbetts, Chief Manufacturing Engineer for Repair, GE Aviation 1.00pm

Are we actually tracking as everyone is saying we are? – What is being measured and how? How do we communicate throughout the organization that sustainability is a value add and will have long-term ROI? What long-held beliefs need to be challenged and updated? What more near-term goals and objectives need to be put in place to hit Net Zero 2050? What should be the norm in 5, 10, 15 years’ time? Understanding ESG as one of the focus points. Efficiency improvements, optimal use of operating fleet, improved planning, operational improvements, reduced use of materials and emissions, SAF, consistent global policies, different approaches to educate – what is actionable and what is the most relevant for the MRO space? Moderator: Robbie Bourke, Partner, Oliver Wyman Richard Kendall, CCO, HAECO Francis Preli, VP, Propulsion & Materials Technologies, Pratt & Whitney 10.45am Refreshment break and business card exchange 11.00am ACTION ON! Labor Shortage and

Workforce Pipeline

Do we understand how the demands, mindset and skills of young people are different from the previous generation? Is there a clear pathway to get the workforce fully qualified? What business decisions and frameworks can you put in place to make your company more attractive to attract and retain talent? With increasing costs and supply chain challenges, how can Europe compete on a global platform with salary and benefits for prospective and current workforce? Where should the industry be investing efforts and cash to see mid and long-term payback? Moderator: Lindsay Bjerregaard, MRO Editor, Americas, Aviation Week Network Ene Krinpus, CHRO, Magnetic MRO 11.45am Refreshment break and business card exchange 12.00pm ACTION ON! Digital

Teardown and USM

What can we expect in the second half of the year? How robust is the pipeline? How will the need for improved sustainability impact the USM market? As new generation types become more cost effective what happens to teardowns and part outs? Considering operations of new generation versus older generation aircraft and understanding cost benefit analysis of different aircraft in a highcost environment and impact on MRO. Moderator: Richard Brown, Managing Director, NAVEO Consultancy Lee McConnellogue, CEO, ecube Adrian Plevin, SVP Strategy Sales and Marketing, Meggitt 1:45pm

10.00am ACTION ON! Sustainability

End of Day 2

How has the acceleration in digital we saw during the pandemic changed the aftermarket and increased efficiencies and reliability? Where and why is there still a low rate of adoption and how much is this hampering innovation? Is there still a lack of standardization, harmonization and coordination causing a barrier to expansion and how can this be solved? What are proven methods to motivate and engage large companies in digital solutions and new technology adoption and overcome conservatism? Engaging with real outcomes for organisations and the industry. James Kornberg, Business Consultant, Dassault Systèmes Karine Lavoie-Tremblay, Director Model Based Enterprise, Commercial Engines, Pratt & Whitney Sajedah Rustom, CEO, AJW Technique 12.45pm Close of conference

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Industry Leading Speakers Include:

Lindsay Bjerregaard

Julia Brix

Sean Broderick

Richard Brown

Kata Cserep

Managing Editor, MRO, Aviation Week Network

Head of Technical Services, Wizz Air

Antoine Fafard

Romain Fleury

Rahul Ghai

Adam Hale

Richard Kendall

James Kornberg

Ene Krinpus

Zilvinas Lapinskas

Karine LavoieTremblay

Marcel Leon de Paz

Aerospace Data Analyst, Aviation Week Network

Business Consultant, Dassault Systèmes

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General Manager, Aftermarket Solutions, EMEA, GE Aviation

CHRO, Magnetic MRO

Senior Air Transport & Safety Editor, Aviation Week Network

Chief Digital & Technology Officer, AAR

CEO, FL Technics

Managing Director, NAVEO Consultancy

Head of Heavy Maintenance, Ryanair

Global Managing Director, Aviation, Travel and Tourism, ICF

CCO, HAECO

Director Model Based Enterprise, Commercial Engines, Pratt & Whitney

Director Sales – Europe & Africa, MTU Maintenance

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Industry Leading Speakers Include:

Brendan McConnellogue

Lee McConnellogue

Shangari Meleschi

Pietro Pascale

Adrian Plevin

James Pozzi

Francis Preli

Pete Reinikkala

Boris Rogoff

Sajedah Rustom

Russell Shelton

Barry Swift

Nicole Tibbetts

Maciej Wilk

Patrick Markham VP HPG Technical Services, HEICO

SVP Strategy Sales and Marketing, Meggitt

CEO, AJW Technique

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Director of Engineering and Maintenance, easyJet

MRO Editor EMEA, Aviation Week Network

President, Engine Strategy Group, GA Telesis

CEO, ecube

VP, Propulsion & Materials Technologies, Pratt & Whitney

SVP Operations, AJW

VP North American Repair Operations, and Aftermarket Operations Transformation, Pratt & Whitney

Head of Supply Chain Management, Finnair Technical Services

Chief Manufacturing Engineer for Repair, GE Aviation

Managing Director, Atitech

Technical Director, Vueling

COO, LOT Airlines

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October 18-20, 2022 • ExCeL London, UK


Exhibition

The exhibition is the largest gathering of MRO professionals in Europe, with 400+ exhibitors and 7,000+ attendees. Take a look at who is exhibiting below:

Exhibitor Profile: by Industry

by Region

Top 10 products and services represented on the show floor:

Europe 53%

• Components • MRO/Third Party Maintenance • Engines • Parts Distributors • Airframes • Engineering • Landing Gear/Wheels/Brakes • Avionics/Instruments • Hydraulics/Pneumatics • Asset Management

October 18-20, 2022 • ExCeL London, UK

Rest of World 5% North America 42%

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Theaters, Zones & Pavilions

Show Floor Theaters – FREE for all attendees Go Live! Theater The Go Live! Theater is THE destination to hear free show floor content. Learn from subject matter experts during short and exciting case studies, presentations and panels. Themes include; Sustainability, New Technology and Innovation, Digitalisation and Consolidation. Zones Theater 1 New for 2022, the Zone Theater 1 will offer you the chance to hear short presentations on new products and solutions from our “Zone Exhibitors” – see below. Interested in delivering a session? Contact your sales representative to find out more.

Zones & Pavilions Hangar Equipment Zone The Hangar Equipment Zone is dedicated to exhibitors who supply aircraft maintenance hangars, doors and equipment. Attendees looking for suppliers of specialist equipment found in an aircraft maintenance hangar such as engine stands, ground support equipment, airframe and engine tooling, docking and access platforms, test equipment, safety equipment and much more can be found here. EASA Services Zone The EASA Services Zone is a designated area for Part 21 (Design and Manufacturing), Part 147 (Training) and Part M (CAMO) specialists. This zone is a one-stop shop for MROs, airlines and lessors looking for specialist EASA approved services companies. New Exhibitor Showcase Zone The New Exhibitor Showcase is designed for those companies who have never exhibited at MRO Europe before and are looking to take a small booth to showcase their products and services. Perfect for SME’s with smaller budgets to try out the show and evaluate whether a larger booth is right for them.

Country Pavilions

If you are part of a regional aviation cluster or a country trade association, there may be demand for a country pavilion. This groups a number of exhibitors from a single country or region together on the show floor and allows exhibitors to benefit from grants or discounted pricing via their membership. Already confirmed for 2022 are: • Asia-Pacific Pavilion • French Pavilion • Florida Pavilion • Netherlands Pavilion

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Short and exciting case studies, presentations and speeches free to attend for all visitors to the tradeshow

Go Live! Theater Day 1

2:30pm

Wednesday, October 19, 2022

Commercial Aftermarket: Tricks, Tips and Traps – what we learned during COVID but were afraid to ask!

11:00am Power Session: The Cargo Market Antoine Fafard, Aerospace Industry Analyst, Fleets & MRO, Aviation Week Network

Robert Wills, Founder and CEO, Airstart

11:30am Power Session: Lessor Panel

3:10pm Presentation from Setna iO

12:00pm Power Session: Sustainability

3:30pm Presentation from Airspace

12:30pm Overcoming Challenges to Deliver

Customer Satisfaction

Fraser Currie, CEO, JORAMCO Elie Dib, Director of Commercial and Business Development, JORAMCO 1:00pm

Alternate Bill of Materials (ABOM), a full coverage option providing cost and time savings to the bottom line

Gawain Mundy, Director of Engineering, Silver Wings Aerospace 1:30pm

Presentation from SITA

1:50pm Case Study: Aerosens Paul Belisle, VP/General Manager, HEICO

2:50pm

Presentation from CBMM

Go Live! Theater Day 2 Thursday, October 20, 2022

11:00am Power Session: Aircraft Health Monitoring 12:00pm Power Session: Regional Innovation 12:30pm Dubai South MBR Aerospace Hub,

An Integrated Aviation Ecosystem

Mohammad Al Falasi, Aerospace Director, Dubai South

2:10pm Presentation from StandardAero

Speaker & Sponsor Opportunities

If you are interested in providing a case study or product briefing for a Go Live! Session above, or would simply like more information on sponsorship opportunities, contact the sales team in your region:

Europe/Russia/Africa/Middle East/CIS Mike Elmes Managing Director, Aerospace Media +44 (0) 1206 321639 mike.elmes@aerospacemedia.co.uk

October 18-20, 2022 • ExCeL London, UK

Americas/Canada Beth Eddy Director, Exhibit Sales +1 (561) 279 4646 betheddy@aviationexhibits.com

Asia-Pacific Clive Richardson Director, Exhibit Sales +44 (0) 7501 185257 clive@accessgroup.aero

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Register to Attend

Choose Your Event Access:

Early Bird Rate

Full Rate

until September 19

after September 19

Conference Pass

$995

$1,395

Tradeshow Access

Free

$50

includes access to the 3-day conference, exhibition and show floor theaters

access to the exhibition and show floor theaters

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Need more information? Contact events@aviationweek.co.uk

VIP Qualification Criteria For free access to the full event including the 3-day conference, please contact kristina.nicos@aviationweek.com to check if you qualify for a VIP Pass or join the VIP Club. Third party maintenance affiliates, components and parts leasing companies, and the following positions do not qualify: sales, marketing, business development, administrative assistants, and outside consultants. AIRLINE COMPLIMENTARY POLICY: To be eligible for complimentary VIP Admission to our events, you MUST be employed at a FULL SERVICE, LOW-COST, CARGO, CHARTER, PRIVATE OR COMMERCIAL AIRLINE and hold a position in the following areas: Engineering, Maintenance, Technical Operations, Quality, Procurement, or Supply Chain. LESSORS COMPLIMENTARY POLICY: To be eligible for complimentary VIP Admission to our events, you MUST be employed in a Technical Procurement role at an ENGINE AND/OR AIRCRAFT LEASING COMPANY and hold a position in the following areas: Engineering, Maintenance, Technical Operations, Quality, Procurement, or Supply Chain. For additional information please contact Kristina Nicos at +1.646.830.7764. . VIP Club & Lounge Sponsor Airline and Lessor VIP Delegates are welcome to escape from the hustle and bustle of the show floor.

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Conference: October 18-20, 2022 Exhibition: October 19-20, 2022 ExCeL London, UK

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