Staff, 2022-12-19 07:20:53,
Joe Bates looks back at some of the highlights of the recent ACI Africa/World Annual General Assembly, Conference and Exhibition in Marrakech.
With many unable to attend an ACI World Annual General Assembly (WAGA) in person since the start of the global pandemic, anticipation was high ahead of this year’s event in Marrakech, and a series of lively panel discussions, informative presentations and a spectacular Gala Dinner ensured that it didn’t disappoint the more than 600 delegates and 50 exhibitors lucky enough to be in Morocco.
The theme of this year’s ACI Africa/World Annual General Assembly, Conference and Exhibition was ‘Sky’s the limit: Discovering opportunities within change’, and the event – hosted by Moroccan Airports Authority (ONDA) – began with opening addresses by Morocco’s Minister of Transport and Logistics, Mohammed Abdeljalil; ONDA director general, Habiba Laklalech; ACI Africa president, Emanuel Chaves; ACI Africa secretary general Ali Tounsi; CEO of Oman Airports Management Company and ACI World chair, Sheikh Aimen Al Hosni; and ACI World director general, Luis Felipe de Oliveira.
“As ACI Africa embarks on its fourth decade, it remains determined to support the strategy and roadmap of all African airports towards enhanced safety, security, best industry practices, decarbonisation, digital transformation and sustainability. The future is in our hands,” noted ACI Africa’s Tounsi.
In his state of the industy address, ACI…
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