LONDON – The aero engine industry and community will gather in Dallas for the Aviation Week Network’s Aero-Engines Americas event.
This will be co-located with Engine Leasing, Trading & Finance Americas (ELTF), February 7-9 at the Hyatt Regency Dallas. The events are part of Aviation Week Network’s Aero-Engines series with annual conferences in Europe and Asia-Pacific, as well as the Americas.
Engine Leasing, Trading & Finance has a 20+ year history in Europe of bringing together a focused group of lessors, airlines, MROs, OEMs, suppliers, consultancies and financiers to discuss the complexities of the engine leasing market, and it was introduced to the Americas last year with great success.
Aero-Engines Americas, happening February 8-9, is the largest event exclusively dedicated to the trends and issues related to the engine community.
The combined Hyatt Regency Dallas three-day event will bring together more than 700 representatives from airlines, MROs, OEMs, lessors, suppliers, financiers and consultancies.
The agenda will feature an Airline Keynote Address by Mike Miner, VP of Technical Services for American Airlines, with additional speakers from United Airlines, Southwest, Sun Country Airlines, TAP Portugal, and the leading engine suppliers.
The Premium Sponsors for Aero-Engines Americas are Aeroxchange, ELFC, Lockheed Martin, Ramco, SES Ltd., Standard Aero, and Willis Lease Finance Corporation. The Engine Leasing, Trading & Finance Partner sponsors are Aero Capital Solutions, ELFC, and Magellan Aviation.
“The response from our inaugural Engine Leasing, Trading & Finance Americas last year in Miami was tremendous, and we are excited to bring this event to Dallas,” said Lydia Janow, Sr. Vice President of Events for Aviation Week Network.
“Aero Engines Americas is the best-known event for those involved in the aviation and aerospace engine sector with unmatched networking opportunities, intelligence gathering, and business leads.”
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