AVIATION AFRICA 2023: Pioneering the Future of African Aviation in Abuja

Aviation Africa 2023, slated for 13-14 September in Abuja, Nigeria, is drawing significant attention. With participation from the Civil Aviation Authorities’ Director Generals of countries including Nigeria, Ghana, South Africa, Rwanda, and more, the event promises to be a pivotal platform for discussions shaping the future of aviation in the continent.

Key Attendees: A Confluence of Thought Leaders

Over 200 registered airline attendees will converge at the event. Some of the notable airline operators participating include EgyptAir, Rwandair, Ethiopian Airlines, Dragonfly, Kenya Airways, South African Airways, and ValueJet.

Aviation Africa 2023: Moving African Aviation Forward

The 2-day event aims to host 1,500 attendees from diverse aviation sectors. The highlight of the conference will be the panel discussion featuring CEOs from leading African airlines, such as Air Zimbabwe, Rwandair, Ethiopian Airlines, and TAAG Angolan Airlines. They will delve into the challenges inherent in a pan-continental situation, presenting insights and potential solutions.

Moreover, Cargo operators are set to discuss strategies for waving the African flag high in the global market. A significant focus will also be given to sustainability, with an entire afternoon dedicated to discussions and presentations to ensure the African aviation industry aligns with global sustainability benchmarks.

The Exhibition: Showcasing the Best of Global Aviation

Gold Sponsors for the event, Airbus, Boeing, and Ivory Jet Services, will be joined by 100 other sponsors and exhibitors from across the globe. They will display an array of products and services targeting solutions in MRO, Business Aviation, Training, Manufacturing, Avionics, AAM, and Drone technology, amongst others.

Aviation Africa 2023 provides an unparalleled opportunity for stakeholders in the African aviation sector to come together, share ideas, and forge a path forward. This event is an instrumental step in realizing Africa’s aviation dreams and positioning the continent at the forefront of global aviation. For more details, interested individuals can visit www.aviationafrica.aero.


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