Airline Engineering & Maintenance Middle East Conference


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Airline Engineering & Maintenance Middle East Conference

  1. 1. AIRLINE ENGINEERINGAND MAINTENANCEMIDDLE EASTCONFERENCE Book by 4 March24-25 May 2011, Crowne Plaza Hotel, Yas Island, Abu Dhabi, UAE 2011 and SAVEImproving your maintenance operations, profiting from $150technology and investing in human capital to secure newbusiness opportunitiesConference highlights: Speakers include:• Operator-led discussions on the most Abdul Wahab Teffaha Secretary General cost-effective maintenance models and practices Arab Air Carriers Organization• Leading industry experts offering practical solutions Werner F. Rothenbaecher to regional skilled labour shortage Senior Vice President Technical Etihad Airways• Interactive debates on the pricing and services of Mahmood Al Balooshi total maintenance support packages offered to Chief Technical Training Officer airlines Gulf Aviation Academy• Strategies for improving component procurement Abdulla Shadid within the region Senior Manager Business Development Mubadala Aerospace• Extensive networking opportunities with regional Fuat Oktay airline representatives and international suppliers Executive Vice President Turkish TechnicSponsored by: Supported by: In association with: Free placesRegister now for operators
  2. 2. AIRLINE ENGINEERING AND MAINTENANCEMIDDLE EAST CONFERENCEImproving your maintenance operations, profiting from technology and investingin human capital to secure new business opportunities24-25 May 2011, Crowne Plaza Hotel, Yas Island, Abu Dhabi, UAEAs the most established MRO event in the region, MONDAY 23 MAY 2011the Airline Engineering & Maintenance Middle 19:30 Welcome receptionEast Conference is the only conference whichcombines extensive networking opportunities DAY ONE: TUESDAY 24 MAY 2011with practical solutions and strategic advice 09:00 Chairman’s opening remarksrelating specifically to maintenance and Paul Chen, Director of Business Development, OAGengineering operations. 09:10 Keynote address Abdulla Shadid, Senior Manager Business DevelopmentNow in its 17th year, the conference will gather MUBADALA AEROSPACEsenior representatives from regional airline 09:25 Business card exchangeoperators and international OEMs, MROs 09:45 Building links, driving expansion and outperforming targets:and suppliers to examine the effectiveness of the best strategies and business modelsprocesses and technologies and their impact on a • Exploring the strategic partnerships, alliances and joint ventures takingrapidly growing market. place in the industry • Analysing the benefits and comparing the potential risks arising from these arrangementsWHY YOU MUST ATTEND: • Discussing the steps to follow that will ensure sustained profitability Fuat Oktay, Executive Vice President, TURKISH TECHNIC• Enhance your understanding of the future of one of 10:15 An overview of global aviation market trends and their impact the fastest growing aviation markets in the world on the Middle East • Analysing the impact of the economic downturn and recovery of the• Gain knowledge on the best methods and tactics global and regional aviation market for maintaining growing fleets • Forecasting the medium to long term development of the sector • Understanding the challenges ahead and identifying prospects for growth• Discover new technologies developed to Richard Brown, Senior Associate, AEROSTRATEGY protect aircraft and engines operating in harsh environmental conditions 10:45 Morning refreshments and networking• Learn about the region’s MROs capabilities and 11:15 Changing fleets bring challenging maintenance needs: strategies for meeting increasing demand who can respond to the changing demand? • Discussing the maintenance implications for rapidly changing fleets• Develop your professional network and assert your • Assessing the adequacy of line maintenance outsourcing for inconstant presence in the market fleets and operations • Preparing for changing airline needs and meeting customer requirements Altfried Nessel, Chief Commercial Officer LUFTHANSA TECHNIK MAINTENANCE INTERNATIONAL WHY SPONSORSHIP IS THE SMART DECISION FOR YOUR BUSINESS… 11:45 Aircraft boom in the Middle East: an insight into new aircraft maintenance requirements • STAND OUT FROM THE CROWD: Utilise UBM • Understanding the differences between older and new fleet maintenance Aviation’s specialist marketing channels to ensure the requirements industry is talking about you, and not the competition. • Considering the economic impact of new aircraft on your maintenance • INFLUENCE THE INDUSTRY ELITE: Our events budget are the most intimate forums at which to build and • Reducing your costs and increasing your aircraft performance strengthen relationships with airlines and market Werner F. Rothenbaecher, Senior Vice President Technical, ETIHAD AIRWAYS leaders, and your brand will benefit by taking centre 12:30 Lunch and networking stage! • MAXIMISE THE ROI FOR YOUR MARKETING 13:45 Airbus A380: the low introduction costs of this large aircraft SPEND: UBM Aviation guarantee to provide bespoke • Finding alternative low cost solutions to capital investment – spares and STUDY GSE CASE marketing solutions designed with your company, • Discussing efficient means of mechanic training: how to reduce the burden? products and business objectives in mind. • Assessing the ways in which operators organise the maintenance of this aircraft Whether your corporate goals are to influence potential Berthold Stegerer, Head of Maintenance Marketing, AIRBUS clients, strengthen existing relationships or boost your brand profile, we will create valuable sponsorship solutions to suit your individual business requirements. This program was published in January 2011. Visit for the most up-to-date agenda. Contact Rebecca Mantle at rebecca.mantle@ubm. com or +44 (0)20 7560 4135. © 2011 UBM Aviation Ltd. This program may change due to unforeseen circumstances. UBM Aviation Ltd reserves the right to alter the venue and/or speakers.
  3. 3. 14:15 Investing in local people and building a talented workforce • Comparing the key benefits and limitations of this service • Discussing the top programmes and practices for training local talent • Assessing the practicality and applicability of pooling for regional airline modelsSTUDY • Examining the areas in most need of highly qualified people CASE • Comparing the initial investment in human capital with the medium to David Brown, Marketing Director, AJ WALTER AVIATION long term benefits 10:15 Optimising the supply chain management: ensuring a Mahmood Al Balooshi, Chief Technical Training Officer steady and low-cost inventory GULF AVIATION ACADEMY • Exploring new technologies and systems enhancing inventory14:55 Afternoon refreshments and networking management • Finding the best procurement options: avoiding surplus but ensuring15:25 Heavy airframe maintenance and checks: the latest availability solutions and services • Discussing the pricing and stocking of new aircraft materials • Learning about the most effective corrosion prevention and Abdullah Osman, Vice President Material Management protection coatings for ageing aircraft EMIRATES AIRLINE • Examining the heavy maintenance and modification services 10:45 Morning refreshments and networking available for new aircraft • Evaluating the costs behind the checks and finding the best 11:15 Exploring the low-cost carrier success formula cost-cutting strategies • Understanding the business model adopted by low-cost carriers in the Middle East STUDY CASE Paul Horstink, Vice President Airframe Services ABU DHABI AIRCRAFT TECHNOLOGIES • Evaluating their maintenance requirements and strategies implemented to keep costs down15:55 Operating engines in harsh environments: flying through • Assessing their future development and the challenges to face heat and sand Kassem Mossolly, Maintenance Manager, JAZEERA AIRWAYS • Understanding the impact of hot temperatures, high-altitudes and 11:45 Choosing the path to efficiency and minimal costs: sand on engines in sourcing vs. outsourcing maintenance models • Exploring the latest tools and processes for protecting and repairing DISCUSSION • Comparing the in sourcing and outsourcing maintenance models damaged engines PANEL • Understanding which maintenance operations are most adequate to • Learning about the advantages of the next generation engines Zamil J. Sabbahi, Vice President Powerplant Maintenance outsource and who can best deliver SAUDI ARABIAN AIRLINES • Calculating the costs and implications for your business model Michael Downey, Engine and Systems Manager, ETIHAD AIRWAYS Faris Fakhoury, Director of Engineering and Maintenance, PETRA AIRLINES Ashwani Sharma, Quality Manager, AIR INDIA16:25 Total maintenance support packages: understanding the services and finding the best-fit contracts 12:30 Lunch and networkingDISCUSSION • Comparing the packages and contracts available to customers 13:45 Maintenance and technology: focus on the latest PANEL • Breaking down the services included and finding ways to minimise costs innovations in borescopy measurement • Exploring the alternatives and tailoring contracts to individual • Reporting on the latest technologies enabling accurate operator needs measurements Sami Ben-Kraiem, Senior Director Middle East/North Africa, • Benefiting from this technology to inspect critical parts and Marketing & Sales EMEA, MTU MAINTENANCE Sakher Haddadin, Purchasing Director, WATANIYA AIRWAYS components and obtain baseline data Rafiq Shammout, General Manager Technical Assistance & Head of • Calculating the time saving benefits Aircraft Inspection and Acceptance Section, JORDAN AVIATION Sachin Suramwar, Regional Aerospace Specialist, Middle East and Michael Downey, Engine and Systems Manager, ETIHAD AIRWAYS Africa, GE AVIATION17:15 Close of day one 14:15 Overhauling services in the Middle East: availability, limitations and prospects Drinks reception and networking • Reviewing the region’s facilities and capabilities for engine overhaul • Discussing the logistics and cost implications of long distanceDAY TWO: WEDNESDAY 25 MAY 2011 maintenance • Exploring the prospects for developing regional overhauling services Jürgen Kuhn, Vice President Business Development MRO09:20 Chairman’s opening remarks MTU AERO ENGINES Rashad Karaky, Specialist – Economics & Technology Management ARAB AIR CARRIERS ORGANIZATION 14:45 Taking your fleets further: complying with international environmental and safety regulations09:30 Keynote address • Examining the latest environmental rules for airlines flying to and from Abdul Wahab Teffaha, Secretary General Europe and North America ARAB AIR CARRIERS ORGANIZATION • Considering the options for reducing fleets’ carbon footprint • Understanding the upcoming safety policy changes that09:45 Managing component availability and controlling your maintenance providers need to comply with budget: the pooling option 15:15 Chairman’s closing remarks • Understanding the range of services and support currently available in the marketplace 15:30 End of conferenceRegister nowVisit:
  4. 4. AIRLINE ENGINEERING AND MAINTENANCE WAYS TO REGISTERMIDDLE EAST CONFERENCE Online: Fax: +44 (0)20 7955 394924-25 May 2011, Crowne Plaza Hotel, Yas Island, Abu Dhabi, UAE Email: Post: UBM Aviation Conferences 245 Blackfriars Road BOOKING RATES London, SE1 9UY, UK Airline operators* Telephone enquiries: +44 (0)20 7921 8039 Please register delegate(s) for a FREE PLACE For bookings on or before 4 March 2011 GROUP BOOKING DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE Please register delegate(s) for $1449 For information on discounts on bookings of 2 or more For bookings after 4 March 2011 call the conference team on the number above. and on or before before 1 April 2011 Please register delegate(s) for $1549 For bookings after 1 April 2011 Please register delegate(s) for $1599 CUSTOMER CODE*Non sales representatives from airline operators will qualify for a free place provided that they do not offer 3rd party services. Please send your business card to to find out if you qualify. 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