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The AviAssist Foundation is pleased to continue our partnership with the Ground Handling International – African Stakeholders Conference 2018. The organisers of the Ground Handling International conference would like to extend a special discount for AviAssist professionals and share more information about their conference with you:

As a supporting partner of GHI’s 4thAfrican Stakeholders’ Conference/African Aviation Week, I wanted to offer you an exclusive AviAssist partnership discount to attend this year’s conference.
Click here to download a booking form and enjoy 10% discount on your delegate pass at our 4th African Stakeholders’ Conference, which takes place at the Kigali Convention Centre, Rwanda, from 11-13 September. State the booking code AviAssist2018 when making your booking to qualify for the discount.
This year’s GHI Conference will form part of a dedicated African Aviation Week, championing best practice and cooperation across the continent.

The programme is out now and confirmed delegates already include key decision makers at Kenya Airways; Swissport; Airports Council International; DHL; Menzies Aviation; Ghana Airports Company; Ghana Civil Aviation Authority; National Aviation Services; and many more.

We’ve retained the high quality conference seminars, extensive networking opportunities and One-to-One Meetings Planner that you experienced on your last visit.

Plus, special highlights of this year’s conference include:
1) Discover a blueprint for business growth in Africa: join us at GHI’s Big Debate as we discuss how stakeholders can develop a business plan that adapts to challenges with interconnectivity, safety and security issues across Africa – a market which will enjoy 6% year-on-year passenger growth over the next 20 years.

2) Access a quality One-to-One Meeting service: send target meeting requests to the people you want to meet. The GHI team will then build your personal schedule, with all meetings taking place in discreet, purpose-built meeting rooms, with an emphasis on providing you a high quality, hassle free way to make new acquaintances.

3) Tips on embedding world-class safety culture: Airlines in sub-Saharan Africa posted a significantly improved safety performance according to 2017 IATA figures. Hear from Tom Kok, director of safety charity, the AviAssist Foundation, on the lessons learned around developing a more engaged and proactive safety culture throughout the aviation community.

4) Hear from African success stories: case-study presentations from ground handlers operating within Africa on how they have developed workforce expertise, adopted ISAGO and new technology, to enhance their service delivery and achieve profit growth. Speakers from National Aviation Services; the Ghana Airport Company; and Link Aero Trading Agency

5) Discover GSE solutions that meet your operational challenges: enjoy a supplier expo featuring the latest on ground support equipment and attend a conference seminar that will help you devise a GSE strategy fit for the African ramp.

And there is more.. other events in Kigali in September as part of the African Aviation week are:
International Air Law & Policy, 10-12 September
Airport planning & airspace protection course, 11 September
Aviation mental health course, 11-12 September
Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems (RPAS/’Drones’) – 12 September
State Safety Program workshop, 12 September
Safety in African Aviation conference, 13-14 September
Flight Data Management course, 17-18 September
Dangerous Goods course, 17-20 September

Thanks for continuing to support GHI and helping us promote African aviation excellence to the world.
We look forward to seeing you in Kigali.

www.groundhandling.com

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