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Kigali gears up for African Aviation Week

Posted 5 July 2018 · Add Comment

African Aviation Week will be held in Kigali from 10-14 September.

 

The event has been launched by GHI, the AviAssist Foundation and AviaDev. The celebratory week will be held under the patronage of the Government of the Republic of Rwanda and in partnership with RwandAir.

The initiative aims to unite Africa’s aviation decision makers to agree a tangible plan for delivering on the continent’s much vaunted growth potential.

Max Gosney, GHI Conference Chairman, said: “African Aviation Week will unite stakeholders from across the continent who are passionate about their industry. We’re looking to celebrate African aviation success stories and agree a tangible plan for delivering on the continent’s much vaunted growth potential.”

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