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The Aviation Festival Africa
2/24/2017 11:18:51 AM

The Aviation Festival Africa is inviting airlines, airports, aviation authorities, governments, and associations to apply to speak at the 2017 conference.
 
Come join the likes of:


and many others as they explore the opportunities and challenges of this ever expanding industry!
 
 
 
This is your opportunity to share your knowledge on the industry! 
 
I look forward to hearing from you.
AfBAA and NBAC to co-host West African Business Aviation Symposium
2/15/2017 12:31:25 AM



The African Business Aviation Association (AfBAA) has teamed up with EAN Aviation, organisers of the annual Nigerian Business Aviation Conference, NBAC, to merge the two respected meetings into one powerful event.

In a value-add for delegates the two meetings will come together to spearhead discussions about the value of creative business thinking, and how it can stimulate new ideas to help navigate the increasingly challenging world of business aviation in the region. The organisers have designed the programme with the aim of providing a set of pragmatic tools that will support the region’s stakeholders’ future planning and development.

Networking will also from a significant part of the meeting and organisers have introduced a “Meet the Operators” session that will enable suppliers and operators to effectively network in a dedicated environment. “We see operators as a lynchpin for the industry and want to facilitate meetings that will be genuinely useful for both parties,” says Rady Fahmy, CEO of AfBAA.

The programme will include discussions about human resources and training; the benefits of purchasing pre-owned as opposed to new aircraft; and look at how to plan for ongoing success. Presentations will explore the perception of West African business aviation and a case study will look at how the closure of Abuja airport, Nigeria’s legislative capital may have affected the sector.

“We’ve create a dynamic programme with some fascinating new themes for delegates to debate. We are sure we can provide several tangible take-aways that will contribute to business longevity,” added Segun Demuren, CEO of co-host EAN Aviation.

In another first the event will be Chaired by African aviation industry veteran Nick Fadugba who, for more than thirty years, has been supporting aviation development on the continent through his company African Aviation Services. Sponsors are already confirming their interest with leading names Bombardier, Gulfstream and RUAG all confirming their participation.

The AfBAA Regional Symposium West Africa/NBAC 2017 event will take place at The Eko Hotel Convention Centre, Lagos on 23 and 24 March. For more information please visit www.afbaa.org or www.nbac.com.ng

 

About AfBAA

The African Business Aviation Association was launched in May 2012 to represent the interests of Africa’s aircraft owners, operators, and suppliers to the Business Aviation community in a single voice. AfBAA has over 115 members.

 

AfBAA’s primary objective is to promote the understanding and benefits that Business Aviation provides for the Continent’s economic development and prosperity through advocacy.

 

As an active, well funded, professionally run organisation AfBAA is committed to increasing membership, raising awareness of the Association internally and externally in Africa and supporting all entities involved in Business Aviation in Africa.

Aviation Festival
2/10/2017 12:18:01 PM
Dear Colleague,

There are few that disagree that Africa presents massive potential in terms of economic development, growth opportunities and air travel. The continent spans close to 30 million kilometers and comprises of 54 countries, more than any other continent.

It is clear that aviation is and will continue to be the best and most efficient way to connect Africas countries to the rest of the world.

Airlines and airports are set to cash in, so invest, build & innovate now.

The Aviation Festival is here to show the industry how to pioneer in this dynamic market. 

It explores strategy, innovation and technology driving the profitability and growth in the industry. 
The Aviation Festival Africa offers an established, high-level platform for solution providers to enhance their competitiveness and access new business opportunities across the region.

Do you provide the following solutions:
  • Maintenance, Repair & Overhaul (MRO) 
     
  • Airplane Manufacturers and Components 
     
  • Ground support, Equipment and Services 
     
  • Revenue management and E-commerce
     
  • Reservation and distribution solutions 
     
  • Ancillary revenue solutions 
     
  • Payment solution providers 
     
  • Aircraft leasing 
     
  • Legal and Financial Services
In 2017, the Aviation Festival will host over 1,500 attendees, 200 conference speakers, 700 conference delegates and 40 exhibition booths, with over 250 airlines and airports being represented from across Africa.


 
Get ahead of your competitors, dont miss your opportunity and contact me today. 
 

 
Roschan van der Haar
 
Business Development Manager
Terrapinn Ltd
Tel: +2711 516 4045


 
Aviation Festival 2017
2/2/2017 12:47:04 PM

Aviation Festival Africa is a 2 day event being held from 13th June to 14th June 2017 at the Sandton Convention Centre in Johannesburg, South Africa. Aviation Festival Africa encompasses all aspects of the airline and airport passenger experience.

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