Passenger Terminal Expo
Highly regarded as the world’s leading international airport conference, the Passenger Terminal Expo is hosting its 25th event in 2019, taking place at the popular ExCeL venue in London during March. This event acts as an opportunity for airports, airlines and staff to debate current issues in the industry and share the latest information and best-practice. It’s also a place for them to build relationships not only with airports nearby but across the globe. Each year the event brings in over 7,000 people from at least 100 countries.
Known by many in the industry as the best conference in the world for airports, the Passenger Terminal Conference is a fantastic opportunity to see the biggest industry leaders share their ideas, innovations and knowledge on key topics. There’s also the chance for panel discussions that cover major areas of interest and concern, as well as the future plans for airports across the world. Exhibiting at an event like this is a an absolute must for those in the airline, airport and aviation industry. The free to attend event is the world’s largest annual airport exhibition, covering approximately 17,000 square metres. There are over 300 exhibitors showcasing their latest innovations and solutions.
If you’re exhibiting at Passenger Terminal Expo in March 2019, you need to stand out and make an impact from the very beginning. Exhibitors are competing against each other to get across their solutions for efficiency, safety and passenger experience so it’s vital you give the best first impression possible.
Here at Expo we’ve been designing and building stands for our Passenger Terminal Expo clients, such as Gunnebo, Gentrak and Rockwell Collins, since it started in 1998, so we know what it takes to stand out and generate leads. We’ve created some exclusive exhibition packages that include the stand, furniture, flooring, screens and electrics. They’re all designed and manufactured in our UK warehouse, plus we’ll also be on site at ExCeL, London with project managers overseeing the build to ensure everything is ready for you when you arrive.