Director Generals from the Civil Aviation Authorities of Nigeria, Ghana, South Africa, Rwanda, Egypt, Togo, Sierra Leone, Kenya, Mozambique, South Sudan, Gambia and Somali have confirmed their participation at this year’s Aviation Africa event taking place on 13-14 September in Abuja, Nigeria.
Alongside this there will be senior aviation delegations amongst over 200 registered airline attendees from the region’s major airline operators including: EgyptAir, RwandAir, Ethiopian Airlines, Dragonfly, Kenya Airways, South African Airways and ValueJet.
Aviation Africa 2023 will host up to 1500 attendees from across the aviation industry and 110 global exhibitors and sponsors, meeting in Abuja to attend a 2 day conference and exhibition to discuss how Africa’s aviation can move to the next level and realise Africa’s dreams.
The conference features a panel discussion from Africa’s airline CEOs from Air Zimbabwe, RwandAir, Ethiopian Airlines and TAAG Angolan Airlines, focused on the challenges each face in a pan-continental situation.
Cargo operators will discuss how they are building their businesses flying the flag for Africa, and Sustainability will have a full afternoon of panel discussions and presentations to ensure that Africa and the aviation industry are meeting the world’s sustainability expectations.
The associated exhibition features Gold Sponsors Airbus, Boeing & Ivory Jet Services, alongside a further 100 sponsors and exhibitors from across the world showcasing their varied products and services as solutions for MRO, Business Aviation, Training, Manufacturing, Avionics, AAM and Drone technology plus much more.