ILA 2016: ARTS variety distributed in several halls

ILA Berlin Air Show will open its doors on 1/06/2016 and again demonstrate technical innovations from the aerospace industry on the ground and in the sky. With four booths, ARTS will focus on different target groups at each one.

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ILA Berlin Air Show will open its doors on 1/06/2016 and again demonstrate technical innovations from the aerospace industry on the ground and in the sky. With four booths, ARTS will focus on different target groups at each one.

Experience new technologies in the field of aerospace - this is what the international exhibition "ILA Berlin Air Show" stands for. 1,200 providers from 40 countries in all sectors will present their products and services in a total of five halls. Including ARTS: The aerospace service provider is represented in 3 halls with different focusses.

In the booth at the ILA Career Center, ARTS will provide information about the numerous career paths that aviation enthusiasts can pursue with ARTS. At a second booth in the Career Center, ARTS will put the focus on its youth project aircareer.de, which is aimed at all industry newcomers who aspire to a future career in the aerospace industry. As part of the exhibition in the BDLI joint booth and in the International Suppliers Center at bavAIRia Forum, ARTS will present its three service fields Experts, Processes, and Solutions. With these three core areas, the industry expert supports European aerospace companies in optimising their business processes for production and staff.

The ILA will take place from June 1 to 4 J2016 at the Berlin ExpoCenter Airport, next to the capital's new airport BER.  More than 120,000 trade visitors are expected to attend.

ARTS will have presentations in Hall 2 at the BDLI joint booth (booth 207), in Hall 6 at the bavAIRia joint booth (booth 308), in Hall 1 in the Career Center at booth 202, and with aircareer.de at booth 205.

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