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The Namibia Aviation and Connectivity Forum, an intiative led by the Namibia Airports Company (NAC), is holding it's inaugural forum in Windhoek from 16 to 18 November this year. 

Aaron Munetsi, AASA CEO, is a confirmed speaker. 

The purpose of the Forum, a first of its kind for Namibia, is to create a platform where key industry players and stakeholders will share, tackle, rethink and put into motion, ideas on the trajectory that the aviation industry and its related ecosystem will take over the next few years. 

The Forum will bring to the fore, the discussion around how aviation can play a central role in the attainment of national aspirations such as Harambee Prosperity Plan (HPP2), National Development Plans (NDPs) and the national transport policy. 

The 2022 Forum will focus on how Namibia can re-emerge from the recent pandemic with a resilient and sustainable aviation industry and pave way for the development of a series of policy and structural reforms. 

Who should attend? 

The Forum will attract delegates from within Namibia, the region and beyond. Although it is the first of its kind in Namibia, it will be meeting point for the wider SADC community. Attendees will comprise of leaders, administrators, business people, and technical experts in all sectors of the aviation and ancillary industries, who will arrive or contribute from all over the sub-continent. Click here to register for the Forum.


Arabella Hotel, Golf & Spa
Kleinmond, Hermanus,
Cape Town, South Africa


13 to 16 October 2022

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 L   [PANEL DISCUSSION] Challenges faced by the business events industry due to airlift in Africa 

March 2, 2022. South African Tourism, Meetings Africa, BONDay Educational Session 4

The AASA's CEO, Aaron Munetsi is participating in a panel discussion regarding the challenges faced by the business events industry. The discussion will include:

  • What role does politics, e
  • conomics and international relations play in determining aviation's needs?
  • Challenges such as:
    • Reduced frequency and diminished routes.
    • Mindset of the business traveller.
    • Virtual events vs. in-person events.
    • Lack of infrastructure and financial constraints experienced by airlines in Africa.
    • Overall impact aviation has on the MICE industry.