Aviators Africa Conference and Awards is an annual event organised for the Aviation, Travel and Tourism sector in Africa.
Now in its 4th year, the Aviators Africa Conference and Awards will see the gathering of top stakeholders in African Aviation to discuss issues to promote and advance the development and sustainability of African Aviation and its allied industries.
The full day conference will attract over 200 delegates and will feature panels sessions and presentation of papers from Airline Operators, Aircraft Manufacturers, Civil Aviation Authorities, Tourism bodies and other stakeholders with great networking opportunities spanning two days.
The theme of this year’s conference is *Sustainability of African Aviation*
According to the convener, Toni Ukachukwu there are different aviation events that cover air connectivity, commercial and defence and MRO etc. Aviators Africa has established itself as a premier Aviation Conference organiser that focuses on the Environment, Sustainability and Governance (ESG) in Africa. This is in tune with UN SDGs as it concerns Aviation
At the conference, there will be an Aviation Leadership CEOs forum where top management in private and public service in Aviation will have an opportunity to participate in a masterclass in Leadeship and sustainability from our faculty of exceptional professionals. “It is our effort to increase the bar in leadership and sustainability in African aviation as we believe that everything rises and falls on leadership” said Toni Ukachukwu.
The Aviators Africa Award also known as the Tower Awards was initiated to celebrate excellence and sustainability in African Aviation.
Tower Awards has received tremendous accolade as an indigenous African gala Award ceremony that recognizes brands and changemakers who have contributed immensely to the development of African Aviation.
Aviators Africa conference and awards will hold from 20th to 22nd October, 2022 at Protea Wanderers hotel by Marriot in Johannesburg, South Africa.
Registration is now open at
Post comments (0)