Don’t Miss the Next ‘Safety in African Aviation Conference’
6 weeks to go until 5th Safety in African Aviation Conference
It is now only 6 weeks to go until the 5th Safety in African Aviation Conference, which will be held in partnership with the Netherlands Ministry of Infrastructure and a number of sponsors. Book your place today to ensure you don’t miss the leading event in Africa’s aviation safety calendar!
The Conference will bring together aviation professionals from across Africa and beyond for two days of networking, interactive discussions and presentations across the airline, airport, air traffic control, engineering and flight safety sectors.
Running concurrently with the conference are 4 unique courses on Flight Data Management, Dangerous Goods, Human Factors in Aviation and Aviation Ground Operations Management, giving you the chance to forward the safety capital of your organisation and your career.
And if you book a ticket for the conference, you have free access to the pre-conference course on incident investigation that will teach you crucial skills to conduct an incident investigation. But don’t delay cause that complimentary course only has 25 places available!
On the social side there is the majestic Victoria Waterfalls – one of the seven naturals wonders of the world or an opportunity to visit one of the many outstanding national parks of Zambia for a safari.
A full programme for the conference can be found on the event website events or book online today at www.2gether4safety.org
We look forward to seeing you in Livingstone!
A limited number of sponsorship and stand options are still available, please contact events for more information
ATCNews : Prof. Dr. Wolfgang H. Thome is the publisher of ATCNews, Eastern Africa’s leading aviation, tourism and conservation news blog of its kind. Wolfgang has over 45 years of experience in the tourism, aviation and conservation fields in Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda, covering all aspects of safari operations, hotel operations and air operations. Since 1992 he resides in Uganda, previously living for 17 years in Kenya.