This Conference brought together the most prominent leaders and influential stakeholders of the business aviation industry, including those in a regulatory capacity. It’s a far-reaching influencing and networking event for one of the most significant industries of the Middle East and North Africa in the 21st century.
As the business aviation momentum builds in Africa, players are seeking a focused way to access the market. The Middle East and North Africa Business Aviation Association (MEBAA) recognized this need and, in 2015, launched the first ever MEBAA Show Morocco, designed for the global business aviation industry to access this critical and emerging market.
The conference discussed on the trends, infrastructure development, regulation and market gaps whilst the exhibition has displayed the latest in business aircraft manufacturing and services. It was one of a series of events in the region focused on driving all sectors of the MENA aviation sector.
Africa: The Future of Business Aviation
Africa is one of the fastest growing aviation markets in the world. IATA predicts by 2035, there will be about 400 million passengers in the African aviation marketplace, most of them moving within the continent. Africa’s business aviation market is growing fueled by growing commerce and gaps in the commercial aviation sector. Africa is the great opportunity in the aviation market. Although the continent represents 15% of the world’s population, the World Bank suggests it only represents 2% of air traffic. Clearly there is room for growth.
MEBAA Conference Morocco is a must-attend event for any company or professional involved in business aviation.
Morocco: At the Centre of African Business Aviation
North Africa’s business aviation market continues to grow as more companies invest in this vibrant sector. Morocco flies at the head of this burgeoning market, propelling the industry forward with a commitment that stems right from the top of the country’s leadership.
Due to its strategic location between Europe, the Middle East, and the rest of Africa, Morocco is seeing an increasing amount of movements which also include flights servicing the South American market.