Inter Airport India 2011 will be held from March 8-10, 2011, at the Bombay Exhibition Centre in Mumbai. It is the most important trade event for civil aviation industry, which is aimed at gathering industry renowned suppliers of ground support equipment, airfield construction, terminal installations and specialized hardware and software, together under one roof. Besides, the event would also be attracting international buyers, system integrators, consultants and vendors from airlines, airports and ground service organizations. This event is a must-attend for those associated with the civil aviation industry. If you are also one among such professional then you should hurriedly book business class seats and fly business class to Mumbai
to attend the significant trade event.
When you buy business class tickets and travel by business class fights to Mumbai to attend the event, you’ll get an opportunity to meet and interact with professionals related to Airlines and Airports; Cargo terminal operators; Consultants; Designers; Passenger terminal operators; Ground handlers; Architects and Engineers; Implementation, Planning investors; Freight carriers; Service providers; Government authorities; Air Traffic Controllers; Procurement, Maintenance/Servicing.
Do remember to get business tickets to Mumbai
and travel by business class airlines to Mumbai or you can even consider flying first class as well to attend the event as the 3rd International Exhibition for Airport Technology, Equipment and Services would prove to an ideal platform for airport companies to exhibit their products and services. After you fly air business class to Mumbai to attend the trade event, You would be excited to see a large number of exhibitors showcasing a vast range of products and services related to airfield construction and installation (airside), ground support equipment and services, technical systems (airside), terminal construction and installations, terminal interiors, services and information technology (IT) / software. Among other exhibits would also include Drainage and water treatment, Fuel farm technology, Pavement design and construction, Planning consultancy, construction, Aircraft de-icing, Aircraft refueling, Airfield service equipment, Conveying technology, Power supplies, Environmental control (e.g. noise, flight monitoring), Maintenance systems (e.g. scaffolding, test stands), Access technology (doors), control systems, Escalators and moving walkways, Safety inspection equipment, Stationary cargo systems and components, Warehousing and commissioning systems, Floor finishes, Promotional displays, Air traffic control, Airport management, Traffic and operations management, etc.