Inflight IFEC Pavilion, Workshop and Awards to continue recognising innovation and industry successes

HMG Aerospace, publisher ofInflightmagazine, will again be hosting theInflightIFEC Pavilion at the 2015 Aircraft Interiors Middle East (AIME) event in Dubai, and is delighted to announce the continuation of theInflightWorkshop and Awards.TheInflightIFEC Pavilion returns to AIME providing a platform for leading IFEC and cabin technology suppliers and manufacturers to showcase their latest innovations and product offerings to key decision makers from the dynamic and vibrant Middle East region. The 2015 pavilion has already attracted a number of exhibitors, almost doubling the size of the previous pavilion. Returning and new exhibitors include: Rockwell Collins, Gogo, BAE Systems, OnAir, Thales and Zodiac Inflight Innovations.Based on the tremendous success of the 2014 event, HMG Aerospace will also continue to host theInflightWorkshop and Awards, where industry leaders can present on business strategy with lively debates on pertinent topics associated with the IFEC sector.“We’re delighted with how the first workshop and awards were embraced by the region,” said Becky Howells, co-owner of HMG Aerospace. “The 2015 pavilion is showing exceptional signs of growth with new and returning exhibitors. This is an indication that the Middle East is truly a buoyant sector for the IFEC industry and we look forward to welcoming all attendees and exhibitors to Dubai in February next year.”
Winners of the prestigious 2014InflightAwards were: Rockwell Collins, OnAir, Bluebox Avionics, Zodiac Inflight Innovations, flydubai and Emirates.“This is the first time there has been a specific connectivity award and I am thrilled OnAir has been recognised as the best provider,” commented Ian Dawkins, CEO of OnAir after collecting the 2014 award for Best Connectivity Provider. “It is a real accolade to everyone at OnAir, our partners and of course to our airline customers.”“We’re honoured by this recognition for the large VIP aircraft cabin market segment,” said Greg Irmen, vice president and general manager, Flight Controls and Information Systems for Rockwell Collins, following the announcement that the company had received the Innovation in Corporate Jet Cabins award.Further information on theInflightIFEC Pavilion, Workshop and Awards can be found at the event’s dedicated (from left to right): Simon Stancliffe of Rockwell Collins receiving the Innovation in Corporate Jet Cabins award from Liz Moscrop, editor,Inflight.

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