Aerospace Tech Week (ATW) is an event that has been expanding the technology sectors that it covers since its Avionics origins in 2001. It synergistically covers Connectivity, MRO iT, Flight Ops iT, Testing, MRO, Space, and Sustainability. Watch the keynote address from the recent ATW Europe event to see how this all fits together.

Aerospace Tech Week (ATW) consists of multiple events, all under one roof, with dedicated conference tracks for its core technologies, as well as a large central exhibition.

The original Aerospace Tech Week event (now rebranded as Aerospace Tech Week Europe) runs annually in Europe, many of those years in Munich, Germany, where it returns March 29-30, 2023. The 2020 event was originally scheduled to take place in Toulouse, France, which ultimately had to be postponed until November 2021, due to the pandemic. The 2021 event was one of the first aerospace events to reopen, and whilst still impacted by travel restrictions, turned out to be a very welcome restart for the aviation industry.

Aerospace Tech Week is proud to announce the launch of the first Americas event which will be held on November 8-9, 2022 in Atlanta, Georgia. This event will offer an in-depth opportunity for North, Central, and South America technology professionals to meet, network, and uncover the latest advancements in aerospace technology.