African Aviation Services (AFRICAN AVIATION) provides strong leadership, a clear vision and unstinting commitment to the African aviation industry. AFRICAN AVIATION was founded in 1990 with the raison d’être of promoting aviation development in Africa. Given Africa’s vast size and limited means of surface transportation by road, rail or river, AFRICAN AVIATION believed from the outset that a safe, efficient and affordable air transport industry in Africa would be a vital catalyst for the economic and social transformation of the continent.
AFRICAN AVIATION provides a wide range of aviation consultancy and advisory services to international and African organisations, and to African Governments, spanning commercial, business, general and military aviation. Clients are able to achieve their goals more quickly and cost-effectively by leveraging the knowledge, experience and expertise of AFRICAN AVIATION in the African aviation industry, and its extensive business relationships and partnerships across the continent and globally.
AFRICAN AVIATION also organises the successful series of African Aviation Conferences & Exhibitions, including MRO Africa, African Aviation Training, the African Aviation Summit, Air Finance Africa, African Business Aviation, African Aviation Law and African Aviation Defence & Aircraft Maintenance (MRO). These widely respected African Aviation Conferences & Exhibitions, have provided a unique platform for valuable networking and information sharing between leading African and international aviation, finance, aircraft maintenance, training, legal, military aviation and business and general aviation organisations, regulatory and Government officials, which have helped to foster closer co-operation and business partnerships. African Aviation also organises Training Seminars on key subjects.
In addition, in 1990, AFRICAN AVIATION helped pioneer aviation publishing in Africa with the launch of AFRICAN AVIATION, Africa’s Aviation Industry Journal, which has established an international reputation for its in-depth reporting and cogent analysis of the growing African aviation industry. “Our goal is to help build a more efficient and vibrant African aviation industry by promoting air safety and security, aviation training, air transport connectivity and win-win relationships,” says Mr Nick Fadugba, founder and Chief Executive Officer of African Aviation Services Limited and Aviation Business Limited, and former Secretary General of the African Airlines Association (AFRAA).
HOST AIRLINE: EGYPTAIR
EgyptAir has been a valued supporter of AFRICAN AVIATION since the very first Conference held in Cairo, Egypt, 26 years ago and we continue our close links with EgyptAir and our commitment to support this great and historic airline.
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We are delighted that the 27th Annual African Aviation MRO Africa will take place in Cairo, Egypt, the home of the very first African Aviation Conference which was hosted by EgyptAir.
EgyptAir is the 100% government-owned national airline of Egypt. It commenced operations on 7th May, 1932, and is the first airline in the Middle East and Africa and the seventh airline in the world to join the International Air Transport Association (IATA). In July, 2002, EgyptAir was restructured as a Holding Company with several subsidiaries:
As usual, all the subsidiaries of EgyptAir Holding Company will be participating in MRO Africa 2018.
HOST MRO: EGYPTAIR M&E
Includes Tour of Technical Facilities
EgyptAir Maintenance & Engineering is a leading provider of maintenance solutions in the Middle East and Africa thanks to several years of experience of maintaining many types of aircraft, engines and aircraft components.
The company offers 24 hours 7 days a week maintenance services for line maintenance and AOG Support. The company performs all types and levels of maintenance including checks, replacement, repair and modification , as well as offering technical services and planning. The range of activities available to customers is very comprehensive and ranges from line maintenance to any hangar checks and overhaul.
The company is approved by many authorities including EASA, FAA and ISO9001:2008 for different activities of the company.
Please take a look at a short montage of MRO Africa (2015-2017):
Mr Hafid El Boukfaoui, Cameroon Airlines
Mr Kinfe Kahssaye, Ethiopian Airlines
Mr Panzo Simao, TAAG-Angola Airlines
Mr Bill Metera, Delta TechOps
Mr Papa Atoumane Fall, African Civil Aviation Commission (AFCAC)
Mr Ben Dahwa, Air Namibia