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Chris Zweigenthal to receive the Ato Girma Wake Lifetime Achievement Award at AviaDev
February 23, 2019. AviaDev Africa news. Chris Zweigenthal, Airlines Association of Southern Africa (AASA) CEO, is to receive the Ato Girma Wake Lifetime Achievement Award at the AviaDev Africa Conference to be held from 24 to 26 April 2019 in Cape Town.
The Ato Girma Wake Lifetime Achievement Award for an outstanding contribution to route development in Africa is a coveted award named in honour of the Godfather of African aviation, Ato Girma Wake. It is with great pleasure that we announce that the recipient of the 2019 award will be Chris Zweigenthal, CEO of AASA.
The climax to the conference will be a one-on-one interview between Ato Girma and Chris, which will explore the origins of Chris’ passion, his journey and will allow him to share what he has learned with the community.
Register to attend the AviaDev Africa "We Soar as One" conference here.