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ACI Africa debates safety and security

Posted 22 April 2015 · Add Comment

The 53rd Airports Council International (ACI) Africa Regional Conference & Exhibition, is now underway in Cassablanca, Morocco.


The Conference’s Theme is "Collaboration for Safe, Secure and Sustainable Aviation in Africa" and one of the key participants is South African-based Air Traffic & Navigation Services (ATNS)
Aviation safety and security, collaboration for successful, profitable and sustainable aviation, improvement of air travel, the liberalization of air transport in Africa and collaboration to respond to global crises such as the Ebola pandemic, are some of the critical issues being discussed.
ATNS is show-casing its latest aviation integrated electronic safety management system (IE-SMS), namely Xtrax - at the event. This customized and seamless electronic platform is meant to manage safety within the aviation industry, especially in the Air Navigation Service Providers’ (ANSPs) environment.
The conference ends today.
 

PICTURED: (L to R) ACI Africa Secretary-General, Mr Ali Tounsi;  ATNS Senior Manager: Marketing and Communication, Thandi Mosupye; ACI Africa President, Mr Pascal Kowu Komla, and Des Aèroports Morocco, Director General Mr Zouhair Muhammed El Auofir.

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