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Aviation Stakeholders Convention takes place

Posted 15 May 2019 · Add Comment

The Aviation Stakeholders Convention (ASC) has taken place in Mauritius.

 

Now in its fourth year, the event, an initiative of AFRAA, brought together operators and service providers with the view to foster dialogue, build sustainable networks in supply chain management, create a competitive environment for business and improve the aviation business support base in the continent.

Key speakers at the event included the CEO of Air Mauritius, Somas Appavou, the secretary general of AFRAA, Abderahmane Berthe, director, government, legal and industry affairs – AFRAA, Aaron Munetsi, CEO of RwandAir, Yvonne Manzi, CEO of Astral Air, Sanjeev Gadhia, secretary general at AC Africa, Ali Tounsi, and regional director, advocacy and strategic relations for Africa at IATA, Adefunke Adeyemi.

The opening ceremony

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