#AviaDevAfrica2022 – Join the Who is Who in Aviation in Cape Town

(Posted 10th May 2022)

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Look who is attending AviaDev Africa 2022

Is your company represented?
AviaDev has attracted the biggest players in the African aviation community.
With attendees from more than 30 different countries, an agenda featuring 25+ international speakers and over 15 hours of networking, this is the premier event for the African aviation community. Below is a sample list for those companies that have already secured their place at this year’s AviaDev Africa – is your company represented?
AASAACS – Aviation Coordination Services
AirlinkAir Space Africa
Aeroportos de MozambiqueAéroports de Paris
Africa World Airlines
African Airlines Association
African Airlines SAS
African Infrastructure Investment Managers (AIIM)
AirbusAirlink
Air Belgium
Air Botswana
Air France
Air Zimbabwe
AirlinePros International
Airports Company Of Zimbabwe
Airspace Africa
Alfa Airlines
ASKY Airlines
Astral Aviation
Aviators Africa
AvioDirect
Avion Express
Badr Airlines
Batho Pele Travel Services
BlueSky Airways
Boeing
Cape Town Air Access
Cellpoint Digital
Cemair
City of Cape Town 
Comair Limited
Cotonou Airport
Current Aviation
EGIS
Embraer
Emirates
Ethiopian Airlines
Eurowings Discover
fastjet
Federal Airlines
Fly Namibia
FlySafair
Futureneer Advisors
Girls Fly Programme for Africa
Global Load Control
Groupe ADPGS Aviation
GuideHouse
Hahn Air
Hi-Fly Marketing
IBS Software
Ink Aviation 
Kenya Airways
KLM
LAM – Mozambique Airlines
Lanseria International Airport (Pty) Ltd
LIFT
MHI RJMIDAS Aviation
Ministry of Transport – Seychelles
NACO (Netherlands Airport Consultants)
National Tourism Office of Guinea
Niger Airlines
Political Futures Consultancy
Proflight Zambia
Ravinala Airports
Revenue Technology Services
Roberts Tribe Consulting
Rolls Royce Plc
Royal Eswatini National Airways Corporation
Safair
SeanMendis.com
Simple Flying
SOGEAC Aeroport de Conakry
South African Airways
South African Civil Aviation Authority
TCR
The Lufthansa Group
TrueNoord
Uganda Airlines
United Airlines
University of Johannesburg
Virgin Atlantic
Voyages Afriq
Vueling Airlines
Wesgro
West AF
Yedu Lani Travel
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A new opportunity for Africa? 
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Dainius Staniulis
Vice President Commercial
Avion Express
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This podcast with Dainius Staniulis, Vice President Commercial, Avion Express explores wet-leasing or ACMI which stands for Aircraft, Crew, Maintenance and Insurance. Dainius discusses how African airlines can use this solution to deploy capacity where and when required and not just as an emergency response.  How it can work seasonally with the opportunity to deploy capacity in Sub-Saharan Africa during the European “low season”.   We also identify which airlines are the best fit for the solution. 

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