Aviation Africa 2019 is looking forward to welcoming visitors to the conference in Kigali, Rwanda, from February 27-28.
The event is a 2 day summit and exhibition. Speakers within our open-air 'silent' conference hall will include Air Chiefs, leaders from African airlines, civil aviation authorities, business aviation & support industries.
The co-located exhibition will feature over 100 global aviation companies.
Regional Airlines will play a vital part in Africa's air transport development and three CEOs, Miles van der Molen from South Africa's CemAir, Rene Decurey from Air Cote d'Ivoire, Marc Gaffajoli from Gabon's Afrijet and Andreas Kaiafas from Equitorial Guinea's Cronos Airlines will talk about how to grow from a start-up to an established stable regional carrier.
The Major airlines like Ethiopian, Kenyan and Egypt are also expected to participate.
The Summit will be attended by heads of state, government ministers and director generals of civil aviation from participating African countries and with keynotes from IATA as well, then the issues of protectionism, high taxation and airport costs are likely to be addressed.