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AfBAA to announce new conference concept

Posted 10 May 2016 · Add Comment

The African Business Aviation Association (AfBAA) is to announce its new conference concept during the European Business Aviation Convention and Expo, EBACE.

The executive team will highlight how it has transformed the existing Regional Symposium into the African Business Aviation Conference (AfBAC).
 
It will also be used as a platform to launch Africa’s first forum dedicated to Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems.
 
The applications and opportunities are immense, and it’s an area that affects business aviation operations in a number of ways. This is why we’ve chosen to launch the annual RPAS Forum as part of the AfBAC event,” said Rady Fahmy, CEO, AfBAA.
 
The meeting will take place in November, and will cover the latest business aviation developments across Africa with panel sessions, keynote speeches and presentations, as well as new ‘fireside chats’ with aviation leaders.

    

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