ACI AFRICA CONFERENCE SET FOR LOME IN OCTOBER
(Posted 17th July 2013)
The Airport Council International – Africa will be holding their annual conference this coming October in the Togolese capital city of Lome from the 19th to the 23rd of October, bringing together 57 members, operating 200 plus airports across 47 African countries. The 22nd African Region Conference and Exhibition is expected to bring several hundred airport and aviation executives together under the theme ‘Airport Development in Africa – Time to Act’, supported by the Societe Aeroportuaire de Lome-Tokoin. The conference will be dealing with a range of topics covering such issues as the development of airport resources and traffic, airport charges, maximizing the non-aeronautical potential, airport concessions, airport marketing, challenges of managing small airports, airport master planning, safeguard of airports future, strategies for development, Public Private Partnership and investment financing and more. Furthermore, the conference will provide an opportunity to exchange experiences between airport members and industry stakeholders. At the end of the conference will ACI hold several training workshops for members.
A dedicated exhibition and specially organized social events (hosted by SALT) will act as a platform for networking with business partners and meeting old and new friends. SALT has chosen a prestigious venue for the event, the ‘Ecobank TOGO Conference Centre’, which is situated in the city of Lomé .
Visit www.aci-africa.aero for more information on the organization’s objectives and activities, details of the conference and how to register for the event.