The Second African Aviation conference is set to hold in Kigali, Rwanda. The second of the Africa Aviation series according to the organizers is set to come to African soil after the first edition was held in Dubai last year, May 2015.
The event is billed to hold on 22 & 23 February 2017 at the Serena Hotel in Kigali, Rwanda and the event will be a two-day conference and exhibition focusing on all aspects of the aviation industry including MRO, Business Aviation, defense and commercial aviation.
Rwanda has an open visa policy for all African and international visitors and it operates a visa-on-arrival service, welcoming participants globally and Africans from across the entire continent. It has a strategic geographic location, a large investment in tourism and hospitality and high levels of security.
This country is seen as one that can host this pedigree of international conference.
According to the conference organizer and Chairman, Alan Peaford, “We are really pleased to host our next Aviation Africa in Kigali, we have visited Kigali on a number of occasions and are not only impressed by the investment the government is making in their aviation industry but also in the country as a whole. The city is safe, progressive and growing quickly and we know that Aviation Africa will develop along with it.”