Ras Al Khaimah to host 9th Arab Aviation Summit in 2022

posted on 13th December 2021 by Eddie Saunders
Ras Al Khaimah to host 9th Arab Aviation Summit in 2022

The 9th Arab Aviation Summit (AAS), the region’s leading aviation industry event, will be held in Ras Al Khaimah from February 28 to March 2, 2022 at Al Hamra International Exhibition & Conference Centre.

The ninth edition of the Summit will bring together global experts to discuss the theme “roadmap of recovery” as the industry prepare for a post pandemic economy.

Endorsed by Arab Governments and previously held in many Arab counties, AAS 2022 will be hosted by Ras Al Khaimah Tourism Development Authority (RAKTDA) for the second year in a row and supported by global industry partners such as Airbus, CFM, Air Arabia and Alpha Aviation Academy amongst others.

During the Summit, industry experts will discuss the role aviation and tourism will play towards economic recovery post the pandemic, talk about best practices taken from the pandemic and how the industry has shown resilience to elevate the tourism and aviation sector.

A white paper, based on deliberations of participants, will be created post the Summit which attendees and the wider industry will be able to reference.

“As the sector gains growth, many changes are taking place with the emerge of new destinations, new technologies and sustainability is a key factor to count for,” said Frederico Fernandes, Conference Director, Arab Aviation Summit.

“Through an open dialogue that combines private and public sectors, Arab Aviation Summit 2022 is the platform for destinations, industry operators and stakeholders to meet face to face in route for full recovery. We look forward to welcoming everyone in Ras Al Khaimah”.

Hailed as the ‘voice of the industry’, the Summit marks the partnership of the three key players in the travel and tourism industry: Public sector, Private sector, and Media.

Organised annually, the event highlights the trends, insights and opportunities driving the continuous growth and development of the Arab aviation and tourism industry.