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Aviation Africa to take place in Kigali in April

Posted 24 June 2020 · Add Comment

Times Aerospace Events, in partnership with Aerocomm, has announced it has secured new dates of 21 & 22 April 2021 at the Kigali Convention Centre, Rwanda for Aviation Africa next year.

 

The Aviation Africa team and sponsors look forward to welcoming visitors to Kigali in April.  Image: Time Aerospace Events

 

Mark Brown director of the Times Group said: “In light of ongoing disruption caused by the outbreak of Coronavirus (COVID-19) we hope these new dates will ensure we can maximise the attendance at this fast-growing event. Allowing ourselves an extra two months from the onset of the virus, we hope will mean borders are all open for as many clients/companies to join us in Rwanda as possible.

 

“The aviation sector has arguably been hit the hardest by the pandemic along with the hospitality industry and we would like to ensure our customers and their customers can use events like Aviation Africa to discuss the ways forward, pool ideas and resources and build the industry back up together.

 

“At this current time we would like to take the opportunity of wishing all our exhibitors, speakers, delegates and visitors our support for the situation we are all facing and we hope to see you all in Rwanda in 2021.”

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