African airline leaders will meet to discuss the African aviation industry during the 29th African Aviation Summit: Air Finance Africa Conference & Exhibition which will take place from Monday, 2nd to Wednesday, 4th November, 2020 in the Palazzo Montecasino Hotel, Johannesburg, South Africa.
The challenge of funding airlines in Africa – both existing carriers and startups – is a subject high on the agenda during the Annual African Aviation Summit: Air Finance Africa. International and African financial experts and senior officials representing leading airlines from around Africa candidly address the pressing issues at hand and, importantly, recommended practical solutions to help resolve the situation.
Great value is provided during the Air Finance Africa Conference event by in-depth interviews and open discussions involving numerous African airlines, including impressive accounts and clear insights into the issues facing their airlines, including: Vuyani Jarana, former Group Chief Executive Officer of South African Airways, Captain Ado Sanusi, Chief Executive Officer, AeroContractors of Nigeria, Wrenelle Stander, Joint CEO, Comair, South Africa, Mesfin Tasew, Chief Operating Officer, Ethiopian Airlines, Joao Jorge, Chief Executive Officer, LAM-Mozambique Airlines, and many more..
These will be followed up in this year’s 29th African Aviation Summit: Air Finance Africa Conference & Exhibition taking place from Monday, 2nd to Wednesday, 4th November, 2020 at the Palazzo Montecasino Hotel, Johannesburg, South Africa.