The International Air Transport Association will hold its Regional Aviation Forum on 17 September 2019.
The IATA Regional Aviation Forum which will hold at Radisson Blu Hotel, Upper Hill in Nairobi, Kenya, is convened under the theme “Aviation Connecting and Enriching Africa”.
IATA Regional Aviation Forum will bring together more than 150 distinguished aviation decision makers and influencers, representing airlines, airports, government agencies, air navigation service providers, international and regional organizations, aviation suppliers and aircraft manufacturers and other related stakeholders from Africa, the Middle East and globally.
In addition to discussing many of the key topics that affect the air transport industry, the summit will tackle key issues including: Critical issues that keep airline CEOs in the region awake at night; Realizing the value of aviation and its impact on economies; Digital Transformation; New trends in flight safety & operations; Developing regulations to support sustainable growth and deliver quality infrastructure and others.
Muhammad Ali Albakri, IATA’s Regional Vice President for Africa & Middle East and Sebastian Mikosz, Kenya Airways CEO, together with other senior IATA executives and aviation industry experts will be present to network and share experiences with participants.