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YOUR FASTEST WAY TO AIRTEC

CONFERENCE PROGRAM

INTERNATIONAL FAIR ON AEROSPACE, FUTURE AIR MOBILITY & NEW SPACE Exhibition // B2B // Conference

TRAVEL DIRECTIONS

by car

The Airtec site is easy to reach by car. For the exact location in Google Maps, simply click on the link below. There are plenty of parking spaces directly in front of the entrance. When you arrive, a friendly signpost will direct you to a free parking space.

Parking is free of charge.

by plane

Munich Airport (MUC) is easy to reach from all over the world. As Germany’s second largest airport, the connections could hardly be better.

The best way to get from the airport to the Airtec site is to take the S-Bahn. To do so, follow the green (S) signs in the airport to the central area. There you can take either the S1 or the S8 to Munich Central Station (“Hauptbahnhof”). From Munich Central Station, take the U2 (see map below) to the “Frankfurter Ring” stop. The journey takes about 40 minutes and costs EUR 8.80.

From the underground station “Frankfurter Ring” it is about a 10 min walk. (See below)

You can also take a taxi from the airport to the Airtec site. Such a taxi ride costs approximately EUR 80 to EUR 90.

by train

If you arrive by train, travel to Munich central station (“Hauptbahnhof”). From there take the U2 to “Frankfurter Ring”. See map below. The journey on the U2 takes approx. 15 minutes and costs EUR 3.50 (if the ticket is not already included in the price of your train ticket).

From the underground station “Frankfurter Ring” it is about a 10 min walk. (See below)

by public transport

Take the U2 from Munich central station (“Hauptbahnhof”) to “Frankfurter Ring”. See map below. The journey on the U2 takes approx. 15 minutes and costs EUR 3.50 (if the ticket is not already included in the price of your train ticket).

From the underground station “Frankfurter Ring” it is about a 10 min walk. (See below)

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HOW TO REACH AIRTEC

No matter whether you travel by car, by plane or by public transport: Airtec is always perfectly accessible for you.

Address

MTC MUNICH
Ingolstädter Straße 45
80807 Munich, Germany

Hours

Public transport from the airport and from central station to the Airtec site (click for larger version):

DAY 1 | October 26, 2021
HALL 2 | CONFERENCE AREA

09:30

Diana Schnabel, Exhibition Manager Airtec 22
»Welcome from the Management Board Airtec 22«

09:40

Dr. Anna Christmann, Federal Government Coordinator of German Aerospace Policy
»Welcome from the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Climate Action BMWK«

09:45

Markus Blume, MdL, Bavarian State Minister for Science and Art
»Welcome Address«

10:00

European Commission, Directorate-General for Research and Innovation (invited) Dr. Michael Kyriakopoulos,
Aeronautics ResearchPolicy – Senior Expert

10:15

Airbus
Isabell Gradert, HO Central Research & Technology
»Digitization and Sustainable Aviation (working title)«

10:25

MT Aerospace AG
Markus Staudt, Vice President International Business Development & Sales

10:35

Lilium GmbH
Dr. Saskia Horsch, Head of Europe Launch

Session

Value & Supply Chain | Procurement

10:45

Airbus Group
Maria-Jose Granero-Paris, Head of Defence & Space Engineering Services Procurement

11:00

Embraer Netherlands B.V.
Luciana Ribeiro Monteiro, R&T Future Mobility

11:15

Lilium (invited)
Audrey Tauran, Vice President Procurement

11:30

Volocopter GmbH (inv.)
Christian Wenger, Head of Procurement

11:45

ArianeGroup (invited)
Thomas Tschirner, Head of Procurement & Head of Civil Majors & Program Supply Management

12:00

OHB System AG (invited)
Heinz Rosenheinrich, Leiter Einkauf, Facilitymanagement und Logistik

12:15

LUNCH BREAK
SESSION (organized by en2x)
Which paths are we taking towards climate neutrality with new fuel
Moderator: TBD

13:00

Benedikt Wirmer
en2x – Wirtschaftsverband Fuels und Energie e.V. Director Energy- and Climate Policy in Mobility andHeat

Wolf-Dietrich Kindt
BDL – Bundesverband der Deutschen Luftverkehrswirtschaft e. V. Leiter Strategie und Kommunikation

14:00

Expert talks on practical use cases (part #1)
Gebäudebetrieb, Vorfeld/Abwicklung, Versorgung mit Kraftstoffen ->Aspekt Herstellung
>>Flughafenbetreiber und Treibstofflieferant berichten über den Weg zur Klimaneutralität
>>>Heide Raffinerie ->Flughafen Hamburg (klimaneutral TAZ 26.03.) (Projekt Westküste 100)

14:30

Expert talks on practical use cases (part #2)
Flugzeug – klimaneutrale Antriebe (Tandemvortrag) -> Aspekt Anwendung Aktuelle Projekte und Forschungsthemen,technische Anforderungen und Normen

>>>MTU Aero Engines
>>>Airbus/Airec (z.B. Herr Knecht) oder
>>>en2x Mitglieder (Kraftstoffsicht – Vorteile der SAF ́s)

12:15

COFFEE BREAK

15:20

Paneldiskussion:
Thema: “Wie schaffen wir einen schnellen Markthochlauf von SAF ́s?”

>>>Politikvertreter EU
>>>Politikvertreter Deutschland
>>>en2x Vertreter – Prof. Christian Küchen
>>>Vertreter vom Bundesverband der deutschen Luftfverkehrswirtschaft (z.B. Matthias von Randow)
>>>Vertreter aus der Wissenschaft (z.B. DLR – Herr Aigner)

Session

Value & Supply Chain | Additive Manufacturing

16:00

Materialise
Sonja Rasch, Sales Director Manufacturing D/CH

16:20

Velo3D
Dirk Rathsack, Managing Director, EMEA
»Enabling distributed supply chains through additive manufacturing«

16:40

Composite Technology Center / CTC GmbH
Marc Mayer, Project Leader Manufacturing Technologies & Focal Additive Manufacturing
»Additive Manufacturing with endless fibers: Potentials and Challenges«

17:00

Roboze Inc
Fabrizio Brandi, Marketing Director
»Utilize Additive Manufacturing technology for the production of Aerospace parts (working title)«

Session

Future Air Mobility

17:20

Sol.One
Filip Verhaeghe, Founder CEO
»Avionics Security and Safety in the UAM market«

17:40

Lilium GmbH
Dr. Saskia Horsch, Head of Europe Launch

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