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Times Aerospace TV supports SIAA2020 - Day 3

Posted 2 November 2020 · Add Comment

Watch the news round-up on TATV with Alan Peaford and Marcelle Nethersole in support of Day 3 of the Safety in African Aviation conference 2020.

Alan Peaford and Marcelle Nethersole head-up our new TIMES Aerospace News studio


The second week of the SIAA2020 Conference hosted by AviAssist Foundation is gladly upon us. For two afternoons this week, 21-22 October, from 13:00 - 15:45 Central African Time. 

Have a sneak preview to our News programme on today's conference.

The opening keynote speaker for today is Birgit Otto, CEO of Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, and its closing keynote speaker is Silas Udahemuka, the Director General of the Rwanda Civil Aviation Authority. 
Participants will be issued a certificate of participation, within a month of returning the end of conference survey.
Because of 'Corona', this year's edition of the annual conference is entirely virtual, and access is FREE - this is the Foundation's gift for the industry's post-COVID-19 recovery.
The conference is broadcast from a studio in The Netherlands, incorporating leaders of the aviation industry & experts on safety management. Speakers from across the industry and the world will provide their insights into sustaining the safety leap that Africa has made in the past 5 years.

Key speakers & table guests include:
• Birgit Otto, Chief Operating Officer of Amsterdam Airport Schiphol
• Hellen Ndichu, Safety Director of RwandAir
• Boni Dibate, Director Africa of Civil Air Navigation Services Organisation (CANSO)
• Jules Kneepkens of TEASAS Aviation Training Academy (TATA)
• Ayomide A. Jide Omole of Leiden University
• Jasper Daams of Schiphol Airport
• Emma Bwire, QHSE & Training Manager of Swissport Kenya
• André Coetzee, CEO of Henley Air
• Silas Udahemuka, Director General of the Rwanda Civil Aviation Authority
• Simon Hocquard of Civil Air Navigation Services Organisation (CANSO)
• Simon Knechtli, Managing Director Aerospace of Willis Towers and Watson
• Harriet Angetile, Manager of Safety, Health, Environment & Quality, at Zambia Airports Corporation
Key topics In SIAA2020 Include:
1. Safety Management & the use of data for safety.
2. Human factors & crew resource management in aviation operations & ATC.
3. Aviation on the ground incl. flight dispatch, ground operations safety, airport wildlife management & runway safety.
Download the in-depth programme showing details of the 4-day conference.
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