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AVIATION AFRICA: Willis Towers Watson and AviAssist partner for aviation safety in Africa

Posted 4 March 2020 · Add Comment

Willis Towers Watson a global advisory, broking and solutions company, today announced at Aviation Africa a partnership with AviAssist in Africa, an independent non-profit organisation dedicated to promoting aviation safety in Africa.


Simon Knechtli, executive director, Aerospace, Willis Towers Watson, said: “We are delighted to deepen and formalise our relationship with the AviAssist Foundation which is dedicated to promoting aviation safety in Africa by increasing access to expertise and training across this great continent. Willis Towers Watson has strong partnerships with airlines and aviation companies of all sizes across Africa and it is exciting to further commit to supporting this organisation through insights and training for the Foundation’s membership and event delegates.”


Tom Kok, Director of AviAssist said: “We are thrilled to include the risk management & insurance expertise, dedication and funding of Willis Towers Watson to our work in Africa. This partnership enables us to empower ever more safety champions throughout Africa. We will be focussing an important part of this support in our hub in Rwanda from where we centre our aviation safety promotion at our first AviAssist Safety Promotion Centre.

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