5th AviaDev Africa virtual event to explore ways to restart Continent’s Aviation

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The 5th edition of AviaDev Africa will host key aviation stakeholders on the continent and beyond to discuss ways by which the continent’s aviation can properly start especially countries and airlines who are doubtful of the uncertainties of the current Covid-19 pandemic as it continues to cause massive disruption to the global aviation ecosystem.

The new digital event format will be delivered across three consecutive mornings, bringing together the African aviation community for much-needed knowledge sharing and collaboration. Ravinala Airports will remain the host for the digital event and will use the platform to showcase what Madagascar has to offer when the live event is expected to take place in 2022.

The event will hold under the theme, ‘Innovate. Unite. Thrive.’ and is from June 9 to 11, 2021.
The leading air service development conference for Africa will seek to illustrate to both the aviation and tourism community that they need to work together to attract the airlines back to their destination and that waiting for things to return to “normal” is a huge mistake as those destinations that take a proactive approach to airline relationships will recover faster than others.

Organisers believe that “now more than ever, it is important to face the headwinds and engage in proactive discussions that will enhance air connectivity to, from, and within the continent. With many aviation stakeholders facing uncertainty, this will be a chance for the African aviation community to come together to forge new collaborations and partnerships to ensure that Africa remains connected regionally and internationally.”

For full details on the programme line up, speakers, guests and registration, click here.

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