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Posted On: 22 July 2009 09:59 am
Updated On: 12 November 2020 02:09 pm

Doha Aviation Summit to discuss challenges

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Qatar Civil Aviation Authority (QCAA) under the patronage of Abdul Aziz Al Noaimi, Chairman, QCAA, will host a three day Doha Aviation Summit from October 25 to 27. The summit will discuss current challenges and determine the future strategy of the industry. “Our industry faces challenging times. Tough decisions must be made and strong leadership is essential,” said Al Noaimi. “We are proud to be working in partnership with naseba to host this important and timely gathering of aviation thought leaders from around the globe discussing the most pressing issues in the industry. Under the theme, aviation vision for limitless skies, we are hosting this three day extensive discussion that includes high profiled keynotes, CEO panel’s, regulatory reforms and exclusive networking sessions. We look forward to welcoming the key aviation leaders to this summit in Doha.” Naseba group, a leading business information company specialised in producing upper level executive B2B congresses and forums, will organise the summit and bring together internationally recognised associations, civil aviation authorities, ministries of aviation, airports, airlines and leading service providers to Doha. The three day agenda includes various discussions focusing on liberalisation, the economic crisis, aviation regulation, environmental issues and technological trends. “Doha Aviation Summit will identify, address and tackle the hurdles facing the industry,” said Robin Titus, Project Director for Doha Aviation Summit. “With C-Level executives from airports, airlines, CAA’s, Ministries and the region’s top aviation players, this event will provide a roadmap for manoeuvring through the complexities of the industry. We are impressed with the potential Qatar has to offer the Aviation Industry and the support the summit has received.