AviaDev Africa is a unique opportunity to connect aviation and hospitality. Launching in Rwanda, this will bring together airlines, airports, hotels and hospitality investors.
The inaugural forum on aviation route planning and development will run in parallel with the Africa Hotel Investment Forum (AHIF), providing government and industry with a valuable opportunity to take a strategic approach to the expansion of travel across the continent. Leading airline, airport and hotel executives, alongside government representatives, will be able to explore the crucial link between aviation and hotel investment, and discuss potential new airline routes in exclusive one-on-one meetings.
The conference is timely. Seven of the 10 fastest-growing passenger markets over the next 20 years will be in Africa, according to a 2015 IATA report, and Rwanda, the host country, is among them. The event will include workshops on the rise of the ‘airport city’ in Africa, as well as the environmental factors needed for success. Delegates will have the opportunity to organise route development meetings with a range of airports and airlines to help realise Africa’s full potential.
AviaDev Africa will open at the Radisson Blu Hotel and Convention Centre in Kigali on 4 October, joining the main AHIF conference on 5 and 6 October.
For further information, visit http://www.Africa-Conference.com
Compiled By: Melissa Jane Cook. Source By: Tarsh Consulting.