Uniting Africa’s aviation community towards growth

Africa is the world’s fastest growing aviation market with 15 nations that will record a world-leading 7.2% year-on-year passenger growth until 2036.

But, the continent faces seismic challenges over connectivity, safety and security if it is to succeed.

Join us at GHI’s 5th African Stakeholders’ Conference as we unite the men and women of African aviation who are passionate about delivering on the region’s growth potential

Alongside, swapping ideas and market insight in the conference auditorium - this event provides an essential networking forum between ground service providers, airlines, airports and GSE suppliers.

Why attend:

1) Enjoy best practice advice from aviation business leaders: take part in a 2-day keynote conference programme, which practical advice on: identifying aviation growth hotspots in Africa; ISAGO and delivering high safety culture on the African apron; creating a GSE procurement plan; leadership skills and getting more out of your people.

2) Price drop and more convenient format: we’ve listened to your feedback and brought our delegate fee down to $999. Plus, we’ve introduced a more efficient 2-day format with an evening welcome reception on 16th September to suit busy aviation professionals, while maximising networking time and conference value.

3) Meet with airline buyers: take advantage of GHI’s personalised One-to-One meetings planner and broaden your contact base among attending airlines, ground service providers, airports and IT/GSE suppliers.

4) Discover business boosting equipment and services: tour our on-site supplier expo and discover GSE/IT solutions.

5) Help us champion African aviation excellence: The 5th GHI African Stakeholders’ Conference is proud to be held in partnership with African Aviation Week, championing best practice, world-class safety standards and growth across the continent. Click here to find out more.

Join us in Nairobi on 17-18 September 2019

Though it is my first time to participate in such kind of conference, I found it very interesting and have got a good experience from all the conference sessions. The programs were very organised and time management was also good.

Mekbib Kebede, Expert Ground Service Standards and Ground Handling Contracts, Ethiopian Airlines

This platform is very important to measure the progress that the Aviation Industry is making in Africa.

Cisse Abdoulaye, Group COO - Ground Handling & Cargo Management, National Aviation Services (NAS)

Its a great opportunity to meet lots of suppliers in a short time frame.

Eric Caes, Director Airline Handling & Performance MEA, DHL

Conference was very interactive and rewarding especially in learning and getting the best practice from stakeholders.

Pascal Nzaramba, Director General, Rwanda Airports Company


Safari Park Hotel & Casino, Nairobi - 17-18 September 2019