The African aviation market is tipped to be one of the fastest growing regions in the world over the next 20 years. But, how does Africa overcome its poor safety record and infrastructure problems to deliver on its potential?
GHI's 4th African Stakeholders' Conference in Kigali provides a unique platform for the continent’s aviation players –including handlers, airlines, airports and regulators – to work together on delivering a blueprint for sustainable growth, plus capitalise on extensive networking opportunities with our One-to-One Meetings service.
This year's conference in Kigali will be held as part of a dedicated African Aviation Week, championing best practice, market liberalisation and world-class safety standards across the continent.
The celebratory week is being held under the patronage of the Government of Rwanda and in partnership with the AviAssist Foundation – an organisation dedicated to promoting professionalism in African aviation safety; AviaDev- a forum focusing on growing connectivity to, from and within Africa; and RwandAir, the flag carrier airline of Rwanda, which operates 22 routes across the world.
Join us in Kigali and help define the future of African aviation.
The conference remains a unique opportunity to meet industry stakeholders in a well-organized schedule and efficient timing
Motte, TCR International
The One-to-One Meetings were very useful and have cut my travel time and cost for this half of the year significantly
Zachary Kariuki, Kenya Airways
Very good conference facility, excellent services and very supportive staff
Jared Oswago, Siginon Aviation
The conferencing team was exceptional and very helpful
Dicie Okaya, AFRAA
The conference was very well organised and had a positive impact
Mpho Phillip Sekhamane, South African Airways