16 January 2016 saw the lifting of decades of sanctions against Iran's aviation sector. For years, Iran's aviation has been denied access to spare parts and maintenance practices, which have left hundreds of aircraft in dire need of replacements.
The Iranian civil Aviation sector will be worth billions for overseas suppliers. ThePost-Sanctions Iran Commercial Aviation Spare Parts And Maintenance Congress 2016 will finally bring together overseas MROs, OEMs and Iranian Airlines, thus forging the future of Iran's Aviation sector.
The Congress will deliver all the key need-to-know information to develop and strengthen the business case for doing business within Iran's Aviation sector ; from understanding the market's projection and Airline demand for new fleets and spare part requirements for legacy aircraft to sanctions compliance and export channels. This business conference and networking event will give businesses a critical head start as Iran opens up to the world.
The Post-Sanctions Iran Commercial Aviation Spare Parts & Maintenance Congress2016 promises to deliver the most topical issues affecting your future business operations in Iran:
Iran is a once-in-a-generation emerging market
With a healthy, well-educated population of 80 million, a developed infrastructure and an appetite for doing business with the world once again, the Congress will be the first step for Iranian and overseas businesses trading in post-sanctions Iran.