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The month of February 2019 is ending with one of the most strategically important aviation events in the 2019 calendar. Taking place on 27-28 February, The famous Aviation Africa summit themed “Flying forward together” brings top level speakers from IATA,AFRAA, AFCAC and AASA will be addressing some of the most sensitive issues facing aviation across the continent. The audience includes civil aviation regulators, military air chiefs, airline CEOs and government ministers among others to discuss and debate the key issues that are driving change across the African continent.

Senior Heads and Directors from key associations and organisations including CANSO, ICAO, IATA, Rwanda CAA as well as airlines – Air Madagascar, RwandAir, Air Mauritius and Ethiopian Airlines will join the panel discussions.

Rwandair is the Official Airline of the Summit.Photo:Cyril NDEGEYA

Are governments well prepares for the Single African Air Transport Market(SAATM)? How Should Africa be developing a hub structure? What are the pressing concerns about existing Search and Rescue practices? without forgetting a panel discussion looking at unmanned opportunities with Airbus, Dronamics, Rolls Royce and the FAA…All these are burning topics to be discussed about without forgetting a panel discussion looking at unmanned opportunities with Airbus, Dronamics, Rolls Royce and the FAA. during the important conference taking place at the Kigali Convention Center in Rwanda.Alongside the conference ,An interesting exhibition will take place hosting more than 100 global aviation companies.

The Georgian Private Jet constructor Gulfstream Aerospace Corp will also be displaying 2 aircraft at the static park at the Kigali International Airport, the clean-sheet, record-breaking G500 along with the class-leading,
super-midsize G280 for VIP guests to tour on board.

The Continent’s aviation growth will be discussed at the summit.Photo:Cyril NDEGEYA

Aviation Africa is supported by the Government of Rwanda, Rwanda Civil Aviation Authority, Rwanda Development Board, Rwanda Airport Company and the Rwanda Defence Force and the official airline is RwandAir.

Cover Photo:Aviation Africa

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