Innovative and diversified range of French companies at the Inter Airport Europe exhibition

Yousra Lahbabi - 30/08/15

United Arab Emirates; August 2015 – The French airport industry will be very active at the 20th edition of the Inter Airport Europe exhibition in Munich, with 25 companies representing various sectors of the industry. The French companies will be grouped together in a 376,5 m² French section organized by Business France, a government agency supporting the international development of the French economy. A leading global exhibition, Inter Airport Europe is a not-to-missed event to meet the international decision-makers and buyers of the airport industry.

The global airport sector has successfully withstood the economic crisis. By 2016, it is estimated that 3.6 billion passengers will be transported per year. Backed by this optimistic outlook, numerous airport terminal projects are emerging throughout the world. Furthermore, the growing number of passengers and the rapid development of new technologies make it essential to modernize existing airports. France holds a strong position on the global market, thanks to its numerous facilities and its significant expertise across all airport services.

The French industry is organized into different sectors covering studies, construction, equipment and systems as well as services divided into three clusters: air traffic control and ground traffic, airline stopovers and air terminals. The French companies participating at the Inter Airport Munich exhibition will be representative of the diversity of the sector and showcase French excellence.

The French airport exhibitors will represent some of the worlds largest groups including ADPI, VINCI, THALES to name but a few, as well as certain SMEs specialized in various market segments (Ground Support Equipment, lighting, ticketing or passenger information systems).

Frances airport equipment and consulting businesses will be showcased at Inter Airport Europe by Proavia, an association that promotes and provides information on French airport and air security technology.

Come visit the French exhibitors in hall B6, stands 610 to 716 and meet the following companies:

ADB AIRFIELD SOLUTIONS (end-to-end visual guidance solutions, AEROPAX (deployable passenger boarding tunnels, ALSTEF (baggage handling systems, ANYLOGIC (management of pedestrian flows in airports, ATERMES (high-tech aviation equipment, CARTEL MANUTENTION (blast fences, baggage trolleys, passenger stairs, etc. -, DEDIENNE AEROSPACE (aircraft maintenance tooling -, DERVAUX (aircraft warning lights, DESCHAMPS (aircraft recovery equipment, ELAUL (autonomous lighting and lighting systems -, FORTAL (docks and stepladders, GATE (ground support equipment -, GLOBALSYS (wireless communication systems -, HIFI FILTER (European filtration specialist, MONROC (industrial manufacturer of axles, suspensions and brakes -, MUSTHANE (refuelling systems, lifting bags, recovery trackway -, NAKSYS (airfield lighting photometry calibration equipment -, PROAVIA (showcase for French expertise in the airport industry -, SAINT-GOBAIN SOVIS (prisms and molded optical components for airport lighting -, SOVAL EXPORT (cast iron man holes for water distribution systems, cleaning and lighting for runways, SOVAM (ground support equipment: boarding bridges, baggage tractors, etc. -, STERELA (electronic systems for air and road transport, TITAN AVIATION (solutions for every step of the refuelling process -, TUBESCA-COMABI (docks and access solutions for aircraft maintenance, XOPS - RESONATE MP4 (multimedia systems and intelligent transport solutions

For more information:


Isabelle Duval, Project Manager

Tel.: +33 (0)1 40 73 33 31




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