Harnessing the power of smart security solutions and
innovative infrastructure to boost aviation across
A huge driver for accomplishing the strategic visions of governments across North Africa like Egypt’s vision 2030 and Morocco’s 2020 vision is dependent on world-class infrastructures and accessibility across all transport channels, thus there is a growing need for modernizing and upgrading airports across the region. While Egypt is making significant steps towards revamping airports across the country, Morocco has continued to undertake runway expansions and constructions across airports in the country.
The Modern Airports North Africa from 11-12 December 2017 in Cairo, Egypt, will bring together the key stakeholders, directors, heads and secretary generals from the aviation, transportation, and tourism industries to tackle the biggest challenges faced in airport security, infrastructure and modernization across North Africa.
Chairman & Managing Director
Egyptian Aviation Services (EAS), Egypt
E-commerce Technical Support Systems Manager & Communication Chief Engineer
Egypt Air Company
Chairman Advisor, Technical Affairs
Aviation Information Technology (AVIT), Egyptian Holding Company for Airports and Air Navigation, (EHCAAN)
Executive Director (Egypt & Djibouti)
African Development Bank Group
Regional Manager, Airport, Passenger, Cargo and Security
Head of Engineering Sector
Cairo Airport Company
General Manager of Runways & Aprons
Egyptian Airport Company
Director, PPP Central Unit
Ministry of Finance
Permanent Representative of Libya to the International Civil Aviation Organization
The Modern Airports North Africa is a dedicated platform to provide key solutions and frameworks into:
Innovative financing models for airport construction in the region to combat budget constraints for airport projects.
Innovative runway design, expansion and management to manage capacity problems.
Adopting world-class airport security and safety measures to increase trust amongst aviation stakeholders and passengers.
Developing innovative technology and facility to improve passenger experience.
Integrating transport infrastructures effectively to enhance transport networks.
The conference will host a number of key players in the aviation sector across north Africa, including thought leaders from Turkey.
Who should attend?
- Deputy Ministers
- Director General
- Chief Executive Officers
- Chief Operation Officers
- Managing Directors
- General Managers
- Airport Managers
- Terminal Managers
- Commercial Managers
- Planning Managers
- Strategic Managers
- Security Directors
- Airports Services Directors
- Aviation Consultants
From the following Industries:
- International Airports
- Civil Aviation Authorities
- Airport Authorities
- Government Ministries – Transport, Tourism, Trade & Industry
- Air Field Lighting Companies
- Fuel Hydrant Companies
- Air Side Planning Companies
- Air Traffic Management Suppliers
- Control Systems Suppliers
- Baggage and Cargo Handling
- Systems and Equipment Suppliers
- Airport Security Companies
- Ground Support Equipment Suppliers
- EPC Consultants