With an estimated total of as many as 8,000 visitors and 500 exhibitors spread over nearly two million square feet in the giant Messe Center in Hamburg, Germany, Aircraft Interiors Expo organizers are expecting continued growth. Before the three-day show closed its doors today, more than 80 percent of the available space for 2014 had already been sold. According to event director Katie Murphy, this year’s event marked the second year that the World Travel Catering & Onboard Service Exposition was held concurrently and the second year the Passenger Exposition Conference was held the day before the interiors expo opened its doors.
2013 Aircraft Interior Expo Closes, Organizers Expect Even Bigger Show for 2014
- April 11, 2013, 3:10 PM