WINDHOEK, June 16 (Xinhua) — Namibia Airports Company (NAC) will host the AviaDev Africa forum, a platform dedicated to enhancing connectivity to, from, and within the African continent, the company announced in a statement Friday.
The event will take place in June 2024 in the country’s capital of Windhoek, bringing together influential stakeholders, including airlines, airports, tourism boards, government officials, and industry experts to foster collaboration, forge strategic partnerships, and explore opportunities that will deliver new air routes across Africa.
“We are thrilled to host AviaDev Africa in 2024 and welcome industry leaders to experience the wonders of our country for both business and tourism,” said NAC Chief Executive Bisey Uirab, adding that Namibia is eager to share the magic of its destinations and forge partnerships.
According to Uirab, Namibia is a rapidly growing tourism destination, with a diverse range of attractions to offer visitors.
“AviaDev Africa not only aims to foster aviation growth but also serves as a platform to highlight the immense potential of the host country,” said Jon Howell, AviaDev’s chief executive, commending NAC’s drive for the unified approach of all stakeholders to support air connectivity to, from, and within the country.
“By convening aviation professionals, policymakers, and industry leaders in Windhoek, we will deliver a memorable event experience and explore untapped opportunities that will drive the growth of air connectivity across the continent,” he said.
Meanwhile, the conference will feature a range of speakers, panel discussions, and workshops, as well as an exhibition of aviation products and services.
Source: English News