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Would you like to meet us at industry events? This is where we will be in 2020.

Passenger Terminal Expo 2020

31 March – 2 April 2020

The world’s leading international airport conference and exhibition will take place in Paris, France in 2020 for the 26th event!

The show will once again provide the most significant opportunity for airports and airlines to debate current issues and form business relationships on a global scale, with 10,000+ people from at least 130+ countries attending each year. The Passenger Terminal CONFERENCE has firmly established itself as the most highly regarded airport conference in the world. It’s an exceptional opportunity to see industry leaders share their innovations, knowledge and insight through a comprehensive and diverse range of conferences and panel discussions.

Materna IPS will exhibit in 2020 following our long-term strategy and showcasing brand new products for check-in and self bag drop at stand No Z 24180. For the first time we will introduce our new flagship product Flex.Go to the market which is a modular system for easy and quick self bag drop. Flex.Go will meet all airport or airline requirements due to its customizable approach.

Your contact

Jana Eull

Marketing Management
Materna IPS – The Aviation Brand of
Materna Information & Communications SE

Phone: +49 (231) 5599 8691

 Impressions from the Materna Aviation Forum 2019

A great success – Materna Aviation Forum 2019

“Smart airports and airlines: with new technologies to real customer benefit” – this was the theme of the 9th Aviation Forum which took place on 12 and 13 November at the Dusseldorf Rheinterrassen. More than 100 representatives of airports and airlines from around the world together with our partners took up our invitation to discuss the latest trends in the aviation industry and to find out more about current projects and solutions. Top speakers from airlines, airports and associations shared their experience with self-service and other new technologies such as biometrics and RFID. Our guests also had the chance to network with each other in various workshops that dealt with the seamless travel experience.”