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Come and Visit Arconas at the Passenger Terminal EXPO in London


Passenger Terminal Expo is the world leading international airport conference and exhibition. Arconas has the pleasure of once again exhibiting at this year show which is taking place in London, UK.

The show runs from March 26th-28th 2019, so make sure to come and visit booth 4065 and see our seamlessly integrated wireless charging solutions. Wireless charging is now available for our Place tablet arm, Bernu Aero tables, and the surface of the inPower hub.. It is a quick and easy way to charge your devices with no cables. It is also easy to upgrade existing furniture to our wireless charging system thanks to our modular components. Stop by our both to learn more!

QI Wireless Charging Arm

For the first time at PT Expo, we are also showing furniture from our new partnership with Studio TK, which opens a world of options for airport lounge seating. Studio TK is a premium contract furniture company, launched in 2016 that creates furniture for lounge and social applications. They are committed to harnessing the power of social spaces which makes them the prefect fit to complement Arconas’ s existing product lines. We will also be using this opportunity to showcase the latest in airport terminal seating, waste and recycling and modular solutions.

Studio TK

Don’t forgot to join us for live jazz music and refreshments our signature champagne reception. This year will be hosting 2 events in our booth 4065 to give everyone the opportunity to come and indulge. The first will be held Tuesday March 26th from 2pm -5pm and the second Wednesday March 27th from 3pm -6pm.

This is the 25th Passenger Terminal Expo, it is the world’s largest annual airport exhibition. It provides the opportunity for over 7350 attendees from over 100 countries to come together to form relationships on a global scale. There are over 300 exhibitors showcasing the lasts innovations in the field and Arconas is proud to be one of them.


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