inter airport Southeast Asia 2023 opens on March 1 at the Marina Bay Sands Singapore, where 150 exhibitors will showcase the latest airport equipment and technology.

The sold-out event is the seventh edition of the airport exhibition and conference. Exhibitors from 29 countries will showcase transformative airport equipment, technology, design, and services that are crucial in helping build, operate, and maintain smarter and more efficient airports attuned to fast-changing customer demands and expectations in a new era of air travel.

IASEA 2023 Exhibition
The exhibition will include three pavilions featuring airport innovations from Germany, Italy and Singapore, the latter two new to IASEA. The German pavilion alone will bring 23 companies to IASEA – a 27% increase in German participation compared to the previous edition of the event held in 2019. The Singapore pavilion, led by AAIS – the Association of Aerospace Industries (Singapore) – will showcase some made-in-Singapore airport innovation solutions, from training to robotics, fuel management solutions and more. The Italy pavilion will be led by Air Tech Italy.

Exhibitors at IASEA 2023 include ADB Safegate, Avionics Airfield Lighting, Bliss-Fox by Panus, CW Aero Services, Groupe ADP, Honeywell International, ITW GSE, JBT AeroTech, TLD Asia Limited, and Weihai Guangtai Airport Equipment.

IASEA 2023 Conference
As the Asia-Pacific aviation industry is expected to see faster recovery fuelled by China’s reopening, the ‘Spotlight on China’ session fronted by Ma Yin, vice president of Beijing Daxing International Airport, will feature the world’s largest airport project – Beijing Daxing International Airport (PKX) which has an estimated construction budget of US$11.5bn and when complete will serve 100 million passengers a year.

With the theme, “Reconditioning for Asia’s Long-haul Growth”, IASEA Conference will also cover the following topics:

  • An Asia Pacific Outlook Trends and Forecasts of the APAC Industry based on exclusive statistics and analysis by Piyush Chawla, managing director APAC, Cirium, an industry leader in aviation analytics
  • Global perspective by Jean Roche, head of international engineering services, ADP International
  • The Technology Advantage: Identifying and implementing suitable technology to improve airport sustainability by Ng Kuan Luen - director, ventures, Changi Airports International
  • The use of data analytics for better airport planning – a sharing session by Piyush Chawla, managing director APAC and Pang Yee Huat, solutions consultant, Cirium
  • Kansai International Airport (KIX): Revamping to meet the needs of inbound tourism by Ben Dawson, principal, Populous
  • The Big List Updated: Airport projects in Asia Pacific and related opportunities by Brendan Sobie of Sobie Aviation.

Other panels will include: Recovering from the pandemic; Future terminals; Rising Southeast Asia; Transforming the passenger experience, and Spotlight on the environment.

The conference is complimentary for all attendees.