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AviaTour 2019 conference media launch hosted by the Western Regional Coordinating Council

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The AviaTour 2019 conference media launch which will be hosted by the Western Regional Coordinating Council (WRCC) is scheduled to take place on the 19th of August 2019.

AviaTour Conference is an event that seeks to “bridge the gap between Aviation and Tourism for sustainable development”. This is the second edition of the event which is done annually.

The first edition last year saw stakeholders from the two sectors coming together under one roof to deliberate on the issues pertaining to the sectors and how best “the sectors can collaborate in raising the flag of Ghana high in terms of Aviation and Tourism”.

This year’s event slated for the 2nd to 4th October 2019 will be a three day event with programs like a tour, masterclass and the conference with speakers from Ghana, Kenya, Germany, Nigeria, South Africa etc and stakeholders from the aviation and tourism industry like the airlines, airports, handling companies, hoteliers, travel and tour agencies coming together to help us understand how we can “invest in the aviation and tourism sectors for sustainable socioeconomic development”

All media houses and platforms are invited to tomorrows media launch, where the host region’s Regional Minister, Kwabena Okyere Darko-Mensah (Western Region) will launch the event (AviaTour2019 conference).

Other partners for the AviaTour 2019 conference are Ministry of Aviation, Ministry of Tourism, Ghana Civil Aviation Authority, Ghana Airports company Ltd, Ghana Tourism Authority, Women in Tourism, Tougha, Ghatof etc.

You can register your participation via www.aviatourconfab.com or contact us on 0209116611


Source: gh-aviation

Written by: Adwoa Sasu

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