Abuja, September 11, 2023
Regulators, investors and African airlines will converge from 13th to 14th September, on Abuja, Nigeria, for a Conference on the challenges of African Aviation.
The Republic of Angola will be represented by three entities, invited to speak at this high-level event in the world of African civil aviation.
The President of the Executive Committee (PCE) of Linhas Aéreas de Angola – TAAG, Eduardo Fairen, will speak at the first panel of airline leaders on the challenges of aviation for the continent.
Captain Manuel Gonçalves, Operations Manager of Angola CAA, will speak on regulation in the evolution of the African aeronautical industry, while Alcinda Pereira, President of AfBAA and Executive Director of Bestfly Angola will speak at the investment panel on Executive Aviation on how to buy, sell or charter?
Other important topics to be addressed at this conference have to do with boosting technology in airport efficiency, responding to future demand, as well as the added value of cybersecurity and data protection.
The issue of access to finance for the civil aviation industry, its infrastructure, raising funds, doing business and managing assets, complete the eight panels of debates on the Way to Realize the African Dream of the future of aviation.
On Thursday, September 14, the President of the Executive Committee of TAAG, Eduardo Fairen, will be received in audience by the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Angola in Nigeria, HE. José Bamóquina ZAU.
TAAG operates on the Luanda-Lagos route three times a week with a Boeing 737-700 aircraft with capacity for 120 passengers.
Institutional Communication and Press Services of the Embassy of Angola in the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Benin and Niger, in Abuja, on September 11, 2023.