MRO Central Asia #4
  • The largest MRO conference and exhibition in Central Asia & Eurasia

Tashkent, Uzbekistan
March 18–19, 2025

Discover the latest changes on the aircraft MRO, promote your products and services and benefit from outstanding opportunities to build new business relations and to expand your presence on the regional marketplace!

Partners 2024

Industry Professionals Gathering to Explore New Opportunities
The world’s air transport is facing unprecedented challenges and undergoing tectonic changes. The COVID-19 pandemic has seriously affected all air transport. The closure of Russia’s vast airspace has had a significant impact on the balance of local markets. Demand for the services of South Eurasia carriers will grow, which will lead to changes in route and fleet planning and will require a revision of the technical strategy.

MRO Central Asia conference and exhibition give the unique opportunity to find out insights about the latest trends in aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul market development and maintaining airworthiness, about industry leader’s innovations, to discuss vital issues with market leaders.

The MRO market expects significant growth in the coming years. With its size estimated at $ 84 billion in 2022, by 2030 the market is projected to exceed $ 133 billion. One of the most important drivers of growth is work outsourcing, which allows not only to reduce airlines' investments in the development of their own MRO, but also to move a significant part of the work to those regions where, while maintaining the proper level of quality, labor costs remain lower. This opens up great opportunities for the development of MRO services in the regions of Western and Central Asia, as well as Southern Europe, Africa and the Middle East, although it requires additional investment in equipment and qualified personnel.
Industry Professionals Gathering to Explore New Opportunities
The world’s air transport is facing unprecedented challenges and undergoing tectonic changes. The COVID-19 pandemic has seriously affected all air transport. The closure of Russia’s vast airspace has had a significant impact on the balance of local markets. Demand for the services of South Eurasia carriers will grow, which will lead to changes in route and fleet planning and will require a revision of the technical strategy.

MRO Central Asia conference and exhibition give the unique opportunity to find out insights about the latest trends in aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul market development and maintaining airworthiness, about industry leader’s innovations, to discuss vital issues with market leaders.

The MRO market expects significant growth in the coming years. With its size estimated at $ 84 billion in 2022, by 2030 the market is projected to exceed $ 133 billion. One of the most important drivers of growth is work outsourcing, which allows not only to reduce airlines' investments in the development of their own MRO, but also to move a significant part of the work to those regions where, while maintaining the proper level of quality, labor costs remain lower. This opens up great opportunities for the development of MRO services in the regions of Western and Central Asia, as well as Southern Europe, Africa and the Middle East, although it requires additional investment in equipment and qualified personnel.

Among Speakers 2024

  • Jasurbek Choriyev
    Deputy Minister of Transport of the Republic of Uzbekistan
  • Dr. Axel Schauenburg
    Associate Partner, Head of Maintenance & Engineering, Lufthansa Consulting
  • Maksim Koklov
    Regional Sales Director, Corporate Sales Central Europe & CIS, Lufthansa Technik
  • Rene Gsponer
    Acting CEO, COO, Humo Air
  • Robert Dando
    Senior Manager of Maintenance, Air Astana
  • Olga Sidoryuk
    Director of Procurement Department, Centrum Air
  • Timur Perkov
    Aviation Expert
  • Vladislav Berlev
    CEO, 2TOP
  • Kamil Gaynutdinov
    CEO, 1000 Lakes
  • Christopher Rodrigues
    Senior VP, Sales & Marketing South / Southeast Asia, Turkey & CIS, SMBC Aero Engine Lease (SAEL)
  • Vadims Fokins
    Sales Director, Embraer
  • Jason Sutcliffe
    Marketing Director — Middle East, Africa & Central Asia, Rolls‑Royce
  • Mario Ebcim
    Sales Director, Commercial Airplanes, Eurasia, Boeing
  • Viktoryia Mahera
    Regional Account Director, Wencor Group
  • Mehmet Keyvan
    CEO & Chairman, Keyvan Group
  • Lilia Zentsova
    Quality Director, Aviator.KZ
  • Asif Aziz
    Director, International Sales, GFA
  • Pulkit Goenka
    Director of Sales — EMEA, Avionica
  • Katja Lipps
    Head of Sales, Quality Management, Vauth Aviation Components
  • Konstantin Sokolov
    CAMO Manager, Panorama Airways
  • Alisher Nurmatov
    Senior VP, Fly Khiva Group

Reasons to Join the Event

Unique networking. Be introduced to leading international experts, major air transport industry players, airlines, MRO providers, component suppliers and other industry participants.
Discover the trends. Gain a feeling for the future trends in Eurasian market, learn how the industry has mastered the crisis: solutions, synergies and opportunities.
Practical knowledge. Get practical skills about specific aspects of aircraft maintenance and repair.
Cooperate to succeed. Be introduced to innovative ideas which broaden horizons and challenge stereotypes. Respond to constructive cooperation between companies within the region.

Exhibition Plan

Audience 2022–2024

Representatives of senior management of airlines and MRO services suppliers from Armenia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Tajikistan, Turkey, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan and other neighbouring countries, as well as senior figures from global MRO providers and aviation parts suppliers are invited as speakers and participants.
  • Airlines
  • MRO providers
  • Aircraft and engine manufacturers
  • Consulting companies
  • Industry media

Audience by Region

The MRO market expects significant growth in the coming years. With its size estimated at $ 84 billion in 2022, by 2030 the market is projected to exceed $ 133 billion. One of the most important drivers of growth is work outsourcing, which allows not only to reduce airlines' investments in the development of their own MRO, but also to move a significant part of the work to those regions where, while maintaining the proper level of quality, labor costs remain lower.
This opens up great opportunities for the development of MRO services in the regions of Western and Central Asia, as well as Southern Europe, Africa and the Middle East, although it requires additional investment in equipment and qualified personnel.

Networking Opportunities

The event included a variety of formats for business communication, which increased the value of the event for all conference participants:
  • Networking at the booth
  • The appointment system for organizing meetings
  • Meet you clients and colleagues during the networking breaks
  • Evening cocktail reception

Networking Opportunities

The event included a variety of formats for business communication, which increased the value of the event for all conference participants:
  • Networking at the booth
  • The appointment system for organizing meetings
  • Meet you clients and colleagues during the networking breaks
  • Evening cocktail reception
  • …We are first time at MRO Central Asia and it seems like very good event to explore the market and we can see the potential customers and we hope it will be very fruitful for us…
    Mahinshah Shajahan, Director of Marketing & Asset Purchases, Wright Aero Components
  • Overall we see a big change in the central Asian market, it is more MRO volume, it is more MRO demand coming it is first of all coming by the natural growth of the airlines in the region, we also see a growth of MRO business coming to Central Asia due to the new geopolitical situation, so we see much more activity, there is more capacity needed in MRO, more capabilities and we see that this is now developing — this is a change we see. Overall the challenges are the same as I think everybody else face…
    Dr. Axel Schauenburg, Head of Maintenance & Engineering Solution Group, Lufthansa Consulting
Registration
Your registration includes
  • Unlimited networking: request and arrange meetings through meeting service
  • Full conference programme
  • Coffee breaks, lunch and evening reception served at the event
  • Visiting the exhibition
Airline & airport
Free
for executives only
Airline & airport
200 €
Attendees
800 €
Attendees
560 €
–30% for 5+ group
Event Details
Date
April 2–3, 2025

Place
International Hotel Tashkent
Uzbekistan, Tashkent,
Amir Temur, 107А
(Google Maps)
Contacts
Produced by
mark comm, ato comm
+1 202 350-22-92
+386 1 600-31-33

Participation
Amir Manzhukov
a.manzhukov@atocomm.eu

Program
Anastasia Zamotina
a.zamotina@atocomm.eu
Become an exhibitor and partner

Olga Rybak
orybak@atocomm.eu

Victor Safonov
v.safonov@atocomm.eu
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