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AviAssist takes aviation safety to Rwanda

Posted 14 May 2015 · Add Comment

The AviAssist Foundation – regional affiliate of the Flight Safety Foundation – is to hold the 4th edition of the Safety in African Aviation Conference at the LeMigo Hotel in Kigali, Rwanda on 19-20 November 2015.


Delegates will have unrestricted access to Africa's prime aviation safety event whilst being given the opportunity to network, in the allocated time, with experts from all areas of aviation safety.

Key topics include: Runway safety; Just culture; Safety Management Systems; Flight data management; Dangerous goods; Industry standards including IOSA, BARS & ISSA and
Airport Wildlife Management.
 

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