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Aviation legal and insurance issues in the spotlight with HFW Dubai

Posted 13 January 2020 · Add Comment

Leading aviation law firm HFW will be hosting its 8th annual Middle East Aviation Conference and dinner on the 5th and 6th February 2020 in Dubai.

The free to attend event has become the largest aviation legal and insurance focused conference in the region and is attended by leading aviation and professional bodies.
A variety of key note speeches, presentations and panel discussions will be delivered on current liability, regulatory, financial and commercial issues affecting airlines, airports, regulators, GA / business jet operators, banks, lessors and insurers, in the Middle East and wider region.
The event is sponsored by Willis Towers Watson and supported by Arabian Aerospace.
For further details, please contact HFW's Events Manager Stephanie Kingston at stephanie.kingston@hfw.com
 

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