From 8 – 11 October 2019, the airport community will meet again in Munich for their world’s leading industry event, inter airport Europe 2019. A total of 542 exhibitors from 37 countries already secured their stand space at the 22nd International Exhibition for Airport Equipment, Technology, Design & Services, covering a total of 31,700 square metres net exhibition space at the Munich Trade Fair Centre in Germany. Currently, 13,700 square metres net are booked in the three exhibition halls and 18,000 square metres net in the Outdoor area, which offers a generous layout for large and heavy exhibits. Consequently, around four months ahead of the show, 85% of available exhibition space is already booked. The most important exhibitor countries are Germany, France, the USA, Great Britain, Italy, the Netherlands, China, Spain, Sweden and Austria.
Digital systems offer solutions for growing traffic volumes
As the leading airport exhibition, inter airport Europe always reflects the recent developments and challenges that airports worldwide are facing. Since the airport industry is currently undergoing a digital change, the implementation of networked systems enables airport operators to face steadily growing traffic volumes at airports.
“Digitalisation is a key focus of inter airport Europe. At the show, visitors can discover and source the latest developments for the interconnected airport. A large number of airports worldwide are reporting of their search for new technologies which allow them to cope with growing passenger figures and growing traffic volumes in general”, says Ulika Tosner, Exhibition Director of inter airport Europe, on behalf of the organisers Mack Brooks Exhibitions. “In order to ensure a smooth operation of the airport despite this growing traffic, digital systems are used more frequently. In addition, new terminals and runways are built worldwide which involves the need for new equipment. Therefore, inter airport Europe 2019 is the central marketplace for airport operators worldwide as it covers the entire spectrum of the airport”, continues Ulika Tosner.
The show profile of inter airport Europe comprises four exhibition categories: interRAMP (ground support equipment), interTERMINAL (technical terminal installations and services), interDATA (IT solutions for the modern, interactive airport) and interDESIGN (architecture and furnishings). Exhibitors will present solutions and ideas for the equipment of terminal buildings, the design and planning stage, the latest ground support equipment as well as airport IT systems, all in one place. For this year’s event, the exhibition profile has been extended for the first time to cover a variety of new categories in the area of airport IT, for example cyber security, cloud services, electronic ticketing, seamless travel apps and much more. Thus, visitors to the show can specifically cover their requirements for the latest airport IT solutions at inter airport Europe.
The detailed exhibition profile is available on the show website www.interairporteurope.com. Visitors at inter airport Europe are decision-makers, such as professionals from airports and airlines, cargo and handling as well as other specialists from the airport industry. Airport operators in demand of the latest equipment and tailor-made solutions for ground handling, terminal operations, airport IT and airport design visit inter airport Europe in Munich every two years in order to source the latest technology first hand. Visitors to the show are industry experts from airports, airlines, air cargo carriers and aviation support. The previous event in 2017 closed with a record visitor number: 13,854 trade visitors from 111 countries took part in inter airport Europe 2017.