AFRAA 53rd AGA Holds Virtually In Luanda Hosted By TAAG Angola Airlines

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The African Airlines Association (AFRAA) has announced that the 53rd AFRAA AGA will take place from 16-17 November 2021 in virtual format at the kind invitation of TAAG Angola Airlines – the President of the Association. Themed: “Flightpath to Africa’s resilient travel ecosystem”, air transport leaders and decision makers will discuss the roadmap for a successful restart and recovery of the air transport industry.

In addition to the conference segment, there will be exhibition of products, solutions and latest technologies in aviation by reputable service providers from across the world through the virtual platform.

Cross-section of delegates at AFRAA AGA 51 in Mauritius in 2019, delegates will miss the physical interaction at this year’s 53 AFRAA AGA restricted by COVID-19 impact

Mr. Abderahmane Berthe, AFRAA Secretary General, states: “AFRAA continues to support the industry in the restart and journey to recovery. We remain united with all our members, partners and industry stakeholders during these unprecedented times. We look forward to your participation at an exciting virtual edition of the 53rd AFRAA AGA in November 2021.”

“The African Airlines Association (AFRAA) welcomes all its airline members, partners and industry stakeholders to the 53rd Annual General Assembly (AGA) of the Association. The Assembly is being convened virtually due to the exceptional circumstances arising from the impacts of Covid-19 pandemic. This AGA will provide tremendous opportunities to network and explore business opportunities,” he added.

 

The Chief Executive Officer of TAAG Angola Airlines, Rui Careira, said: “On behalf of TAAG Angola Airlines, the host of the AFRAA 53rd AGA to extend our customary Angolan warm welcome to all of you, our distinguished guests.

This AGA, is a perfect occasion to follow-up on several subjects to improve the aviation environment on our continent. Though virtual, I’m sure we are closer in spirit to openly discuss solutions and ideas for a rapid recovery and explore common benefits for the African airlines.”

 

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