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Women In Aviation 2020 returns in June

Posted 10 March 2020 · Add Comment

Women In Aviation 2020 returns this June and expects to host over 500 attendees – including international aviation and government leaders, key female officials and HR managers at leading global aviation entities and top students at regional colleges.


Leading regional airlines attending include Air Algerie, Air China, Air France KLM, Coyne Airways, Emirates Group, Eritrean Airways, Ethiopian Airlines, Etihad Airways, flydubai, Jubba Airways, Kenya Airways, Kuwait Airways, Nepal Airlines, Philippine Airlines, Saudia, Turkish Airlines and Yemen Airways.

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