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Dubai gears up for World Aviation Safety Summit

Posted 2 July 2018 · Add Comment

The World Aviation Safety Summit is returning to Dubai on 11th - 12th December 2018.

 

Hosted by the Dubai Civil Aviation Authority, and with strategic partners Emirates and dnata, it is the largest gathering of aviation industry safety leaders and influencers in the Middle East.

Organisers said: “If safety is a critical function for you, the Summit is the definitive meeting place for peers and sector experts in the Middle East. The great opportunities for growth in aviation also mean significantly increased threats to safety as budget and time are increasingly constrained. It is critical that the safety and operational leaders are fully up to speed with the latest technologies, strategies and culture management trends.

“This year will be focused on practical implementation of lessons learned with workshop formats that make delegates real participants and ensure you capitalise on the expertise of colleagues and speakers.

“For service providers and safety sector experts the Summit gives personal access to key officials from across the aviation industry, including airport operations, air cargo, ATM, ground handling and aviation management. In 2018 there will be a bigger exhibition component with on floor seminars enabling partners to demonstrate products and solutions directly to your core target market.”

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