Airport construction opportunities to be displayed at Modern Airports Africa Conference

Kenya.airways.b777 200er.5y kyz.arpConstruction opportunities for Africa airports to be displayed at Modern Airports Africa 2017. (Image source: Arpingstone/Commons) Modern Airports Africa Conference, which takes place from 18 - 20 January 2017 in Nairobi, Kenya, brings together major stakeholders involved in developing Africa's airports in an event endorsed by the Kenya Civil Aviation Authority

In a move to become the hub of the continent, national governments are invested millions into building, expanding, and rehabilitating their aviation infrastructure. 

Many countries, including Nigeria, Ghana, Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, South Africa, Rwanda, Ethiopia are more have set out plans to modernise their airports due to traffic increasing in the past years, a boost of economic growth and increasing tourism. 

At the Villa Rosa Kempinskil in Nairobi, Kenya from 18 - 20 January, the Modern Airports Africa Conference will host a number of high level speakers and guest including Minister of Tourism for Kenya, Hon. Najib Balala, the Kenyan Minister of Transport, Infrastructure, Housing and Urban Development, Irungu Nyakera, Emanuel Chaves, CEO of Aeroportos de Moçambique, Captain Gilber Kibe, director general of the Kenya Civil Aviation Authority, Hamza S Johari, director general of the Tanzania Civil Aviation Authority, Eng. Saleh Dunoma, managing director of the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria and many more. 

The event is aimed at a number of people across government, including Ministers, deputy ministers, a number of business people such as director generals, chief executive officers, managing directors and those from the aviation sector such as terminal managers, airport managers, security directors and airport services directors. 

More on the event can be found on its website here.

Alain Charles Publishing, University House, 11-13 Lower Grosvenor Place, London, SW1W 0EX, UK
T: +44 20 7834 7676, F: +44 20 7973 0076, W:

twn Are you sure that you want to switch to desktop version?