#Kigali #SiAA2018 Conference – registration now open

The 6th Safety in African Aviation (SiAA) Conference will be held in Kigali, Rwanda on 13 & 14 September.

Book your place today and save up to 20%. The early bird special of US$ 350 ends the 30th of July.

This year’s conference will provide an independent forum for safety stakeholders to build partnerships, share knowledge and debate the most critical safety issue facing our industry today. Every year, the conference serves as an energizer for safety cultures around the continent.

It’s Africa’s premier forum for the discussion and exchange of safety information for airlines & operators, airports, maintenance-repair-overhaul companies (MROs), civil aviation authorities, ATC, educational institutions and others.

This year’s conference includes sessions on:

  • Accident Investigation
  • Aircraft Dispatching
  • Aircraft maintenance cost: safety – profitability
  • Certification of Air Navigation Service Providers
  • Dangerous Goods
  • Flight Data Management
  • Ground operations safety
  • ISAGO – IATA’s Ground Handling Standard
  • International Air law
  • Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems
  • State Safety Program implementation
  • And more…..

We’ll be welcoming speakers from:

  • Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences – Aviation Academy
  • Aviation Projects Australia
  • Emirates Airlines
  • Flight Data Services
  • Frontier (Kenya)
  • Ground Handling International
  • Netherlands Ministry of Infrastructure
  • NoTechs
  • Rwanda Civil Aviation Authority
  • RwandAir
  • 22 Degrees South Aviation (South Africa)
  • Viggo Ground Handling

… and many other organisations & companies. A detailed agenda will be released on the1st of August.


For an event flyer, click here

For an impression of an ealier edition of the conference (then still titled 2Gether4Safety seminar), click here for a short video of the event

Come a few days early for one of our unique courses or stay in Rwanda after the conference for a course. They include:

  • Aviation and aerospace psychology: Pilot mental health and wellbeing:11-12 September
  • Flight Data Management course: 17-18 September, unique and crucial for Africa
  • Seminar on State Safety Program implementation: 12 September (free when booked together with a conference pass)
  • International Air Law & Policy course: 10-12 September
  • Dangerous Goods cat.6 course: 17-21 September. This course may never have been closer to you.
  • Airport engineering bridging course: 17-20 September. Getting engineers ready or refreshed for a career in airports.

Visit www.2gether4safety.org for more information about the conference and the courses as well as registration forms for the course.
Or contact the events team at events
We look forward to meeting you in September in Kigali – the African capital of safety promotion!
The Safety in African Aviation Conference team


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