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DC Aviation Group to participate at Malta Aviation Conference and Expo

Posted 22 October 2019 · Add Comment

DC Aviation group has announced it will participate in the first-ever Malta Aviation Conference and Expo (MACE).

 

The event which DC Aviation Group are founding members of, will be held between October 30 and November 01, 2019, in the Grand Hotel Excelsior Malta in Floriana.

MACE will bring together several parties interested in the aviation industry to discuss further collaboration and cooperation, the event is expected to attract over 130 aviation representative which will further bolster Malta’s thriving aviation industry and will be among the largest conferences ever taking place in Malta.

Stanley Bugeja, managing director of DC Aviation Malta, said, “MACE is an event created by the industry for the industry and we are extremely proud to be founding members. The conference will provide the perfect platform for aviation professionals and companies to network, promote their services and discuss innovations, opportunities and challenges facing the industry. We look forward to welcoming all delegates to the event.”

 

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