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4th Aviation Stakeholders Convention

Visit SITA booth 11

  • 28 April 2015
    30 April 2015
  • Middle-East, India & Africa
  • Johannesburg, South Africa Middle-East, India & Africa
4th Aviation Stakeholders Convention

The African Airlines Association (AFRAA) is preparing to stage the 4th Aviation Stakeholders Convention (ASC) from 28-30 April 2015 at the Emperor’s Palace in Johannesburg, South Africa.

The 2015 edition of the Convention will be held under the theme: “Building and Sustaining Strong Partnerships” and is expected to gather over 300 participants from airlines, airports, ground handlers, civil aviation authorities as well as suppliers, service providers and exhibitors at one location.

The ASC provides a platform for showcasing new developments and innovations in aviation, discussing industry business trends, networking and forging new partnerships. In addition to presentations and panel discussions on trendy subjects in aviation the programme has been structured to incorporate master classes and one-to-one scheduled appointments. The ASC is also a platform for outstanding profile building, networking and direct sales opportunities for suppliers of equipment, components, solutions and services.

Meet our subject matter experts at SITA booth 11 on 29 and 30 April.

On 30 April, SITA will be covering the latest technology trends and their application to drive aviation growth in Africa, part of the conference program.

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