MUNICH - The mobility of tomorrow is at the focus of AIRTEC 21, currently the only trade fair and conference in Europe that deals with innovative solutions from the aerospace sector. Against the background of the considerable challenges that climate change poses to the industry, AIRTEC 21 wants to show ways to transform conventional aviation into emission-free and sustainable mobility.
Exhibitors from ten countries will present their products and services at the trade fair from October 26th to 28th in the MTC Conference Center in Munich (Germany). The spectrum ranges from new technologies in maintenance and repair to the possible use of hydrogen and alternative fuels through to innovative concepts for urban mobility using small electric aircraft. At the accompanying international conference, the focus is on the exchange of experiences on future trends in the aerospace industry through specialist lectures by well-known industry representatives.
“From aircraft manufacturers to suppliers to airlines and airport operators, all players in the aerospace industry are prompted to contribute to the decarbonization of aviation with innovative solutions. AIRTEC 21 sums up this shared responsibility by reflecting the latest trends and ideas from the various players,” explains Jost Lammers, CEO of Flughafen München GmbH, which supports AIRTEC 21 as a partner.