Addis Ababa – Ethiopia will host the first edition of Airport Infrastructures and Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul Aviation ( AIMA-Africa ) meeting from September 22- 24, 2015 in Addis Ababa.
The meeting will take place at the United Nation Economic Commission for Africa, it was indicated.
Organized by BCI Aerospace, a premier producer of high profile international business convention including Aeromart Toulouse, Aerospace & Defense Supplier Summit Seattle, AIMA-Africa is co-supported by Ethiopian Airlines, Ethiopian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Pan African Chamber of Commerce and Industry and the African Airlines Association, among others.
AIMA Africa 2015 is expected to be attended by some 400 participants representing 250 companies from 30 countries, it was indicated.
According to a press release sent to ENA by the Ethiopian Airports, the conference would help Ethiopia share the experiences of other countries in airport infrastructure building and maintenance.
Besides, the meeting would play a big role in creating business and bilateral cooperation with service providers of airport and infrastructure provider organizations, it was pointed out.
It is also expected to play a crucial role in promoting the growth of airport infrastructure and bring growth in the sector.
This business convention, the only event dedicated to airport infrastructures and MRO aviation in Africa, offers a high-value opportunity by combining pre-arranged one-to-one meetings, it was pointed out.
AIMA Africa presents a unique platform for learning, prospecting, showcasing products and services and establishing new business partnership or strengthen new ones in three main areas, namely airport infrastructures, MRO and aviation training.