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Post-Sanctions Iran Aviation Maintenance Congress: Find Out Exactly How Much Opportunity Exists


Flightglobal | Supplier Update
In May, Iranian Airlines Will Be Present In Istanbul To Meet Overseas Suppliers
Supplier Update
18 April 2016

24-25 May, 2016 | Istanbul, Turkey
In May, Iranian Airlines Will Be Present In Istanbul
To Meet Overseas Suppliers

The Only Event Outside Tehran Specifically Designed To Facilitate OEMs, MROs and Aftermarket Suppliers & Iranian Airline Business Relations
Flight Global Reader Discount 15% Off Early Registration Pricing Use registration Code FG15 At The Checkout Before April 21
On 24-25 May, Istanbul will host the Post-Sanctions Iran Commercial Aviation Spare Parts & Maintenance Congress 2016 that will bring together Iranian Airlines and overseas suppliers to upgrade and expand Iran’s aviation sector.

Years of sanctions and denied access to spare parts have led to an influx of demand from Iranian airlines to purchase overseas components to upgrade their fleets.

And the United States is taking a proactive step to secure these opportunities.

“Boeing Meets With Iranian Airlines to Discuss Jets, Aircraft Services”
– Wall Street Journal
At the Congress, former CEO of Iran Air Tours, Ahmad Kalili, will outline the Iranian aviation industry’s approach to maintenance and its philosophies, giving competitive information to tailor business packages for Iranian airlines.
Session Spotlight
Ahmad Kalili
Ex-Chief Executive Officer
Iran Air Tours
Understanding Iranian Airlines Maintenance Policies And The Impact on Spare Part Demand
From Overseas Suppliers:
Know Exactly How Much Opportunity Exists
Outsource Vs. In-house: Understand how will Iranian airlines maintain their aircraft and what will this mean for component and part demand
Route To Market: Will maintenance be marketed directly to operators and how much of a bearing will third-parties have on procurement?
What Maintenance Practices Do Iranian Airlines Undertake? Looking into how Iranian airlines set up their maintenance with respect to preventative and "run-to-failure" maintenance
Current Support: Outlining the level of support Iranian airlines are currently receiving to maintain their fleets
At the Congress, former CEO of Iran Air Tours, Ahmad Kalili, will outline the Iranian aviation industry’s approach to maintenance and its philosophies, giving competitive information to tailor business packages for Iranian airlines.

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