Plastic Aviation Conference

Save the Date
February 26 – 27, 2020


Discuss the future of plastics in aerospace with us

You‘re invited to save the date for the
2nd edition of Plastic Aviation Conference (PAC):

February 26 - 27, 2020

Keynotes of leading specialists from the industry

Manufacturers and experts lecture about innovative ideas for plastics, processes of new materials and production technologies for the aerospace industry.

Our exhibitors in 2018:

Boltaron
Röchling
Sabic
Quadrant
3D Systems
IPT
KASIGLAS

For the 2nd PAC in 2020 additional new exhibitors will join existing ones, with final commitments reaching us day-to-day.

Mitsubishi Advanced Materials
Kydex Thermoplastics

We offer you to experience expertise across all sectors.


Comprehensive workshops

Aside from fixed agenda points, expand your knowledge by choosing from a range of exciting workshops and trainings for engineers and purchasers.

PAC Workshops

„I believe that such forums are very much needed as the use of plastics in interior design is constantly growing.“

Dawna Dahlgren, Senior Manager Supply Chain Strategy, The Boeing Company

Expert tours

In 2018 we offered exclusive tours to the Airbus site and ZAL – the world’s most innovative aviation research center. Also in 2020 exciting tours will be part of the program.

PAC Shuttle

„A wonderful event that impresses with its diversity.“

Anja Becht, Engineer Cabin Design Office, Airbus

Networking

Meet other aviation and plastic experts at the manufacturers’ exhibition stands and exchange ideas. Benefit from unique networking opportunities and end your day in a relaxed atmosphere at a gala dinner with show and live music.

A large number of considerable companies and decision-makers of the aerospace industry were among last year’s participants:

Airbus
Boeing
Diehl Aviation
Zodiac Aerospace
FACC
Rockwell Collins
ZIM Flugsitz
Lufthansa Technik
AES
F. List
Wulfmeyer Aircraft Interior
Fraunhofer

About us

Krüger Aviation

Krüger Aviation is based in Barsbüttel, at the gates of Hamburg, and has been amongst the world’s biggest suppliers in the field of plastics technologies for the aviation industry for several years. One of the company’s specialisations is in the field of mirrors for aircraft lavatories – one example of the many ways in which plastics can be used in aerospace.

Hamburg Aviation

Hamburg is the third largest civil aviation site – and an international hub for innovative materials. Hamburg Aviation is the network of the metropolitan region that brings together its 40,000 specialists and 300 companies and institutions.