How best to manage the major growth that’s expected for the African Aviation industry and the resources required to sustain it; the topics that will be up for discussion at the Africa Jet Fuel & Aviation Conference 2015.
Taking place in Johannesburg, South Africa this Thursday and Friday, the event will bring together aviation professionals and energy industry decision makers to discuss their experiences, concerns and recommendations for making the price and access to fuel better on the continent.
The aim of this year’s gathering is to explore strategies for future infrastructural development, fuel costs and fuel alternatives.
UAS Acting Regional Operations Manager, Africa, Patrick Cain, is preparing to make an address on how to plan for refueling of foreign aircraft flying over the African continent.
The Africa Jet Fuel & Aviation Conference runs from February 26-27.