MRO Russia & CIS Moskau

Fair & Conference

Moscow, RUS


MRO Russia & CIS

  • Moscow World Trade Center
  • Booth 230

MRO Russia & CIS has gained global recognition as the only event of its kind and scale in the ex-USSR dedicated entirely to covering the burning issues of restructuring MRO services for the region's air transport. A major industry conference and exhibition for the region, MRO Russia & CIS is now a must-attend for MRO industry leaders and airline decision makers influencing operators' technical and engineering policies. The conference brings together Russian & CIS airline technical and engineering management with local and international MRO providers, component suppliers, manufacturers and media to discuss vital issues and challenges on the MRO market in the region.

Please visit us at booth number 230 on the second floor of the exhibition.

At the booth, products and services tailored to the needs of operators in the Russia & CIS region will be presented.

This year, a dedicated focus will be on Lufthansa Technik's digital products and services which are marketed under the AVIATAR brand. Furthermore, Lufthansa Technik's Mobile Engine Services will be introduced to the Russia & CIS market.

At the conference which takes place in parallel to the expo, Lufthansa Technik will be represented with the following speakers:

Vincenzo Sansone (Product Sales Manager, Engine Services): "Saving cost by maintaining engines on-wing and rectifying damages during the lease return process" Servicing engines becomes time-consuming and expensive if they need to be removed from the wing and sent into a dedicated engine shop. Learn in this session which repairs can already be performed on-wing or on-site in order to avoid high cash out for engine maintenance. Especially during the lease return process, often damages are detected during the borescope inspection. By applying surgical repairs, these damages can be rectified in a cost-saving way.

Denis Kanevskiy (General Manager Russia & CIS): "Brainstorming session: Aircraft MRO market recovery - now and beyond"