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Aviation Outlook Africa 2011 – Premier event devoted to the African aviation and airport industry

Africa has one of the fastest growing airline industries, according to the International Air Transport Association (IATA). African aviation has been a comparatively big grower, reveals the latest analysis of demand for passenger and air freight transport based on data collected during December 2010 by the IATA. Under regional headline numbers, the analysis shows that demand for passenger transport in Africa rebounded nearly 12.9 percent in 2010. Besides, demand for air freight in Africa grew by a magic 23.8 percent. Considering the fact that aviation industry in Africa is growing, the Aviation Outlook Africa 2011 is being held from May 17-20, 2011, at Sandton Convention Center in Johannesburg, South Africa. It is one of the most important events devoted to the African aviation and airport industry, which will bring together senior executives from airlines, airports, government, investors and financiers to increase the business relations in today’s rapid growing market. The event is a unique offering in the African market and is primarily about innovation, strategy, revenue generation and partnerships for Africa’s airlines and airports. If you are also into the aviation business then this is the must-attend event for you. There is not much time left for the event. You should contact your travel agent soon to book air tickets for your business class flights to Johannesburg to make your travel comfortable. Reaching Johannesburg to take part in this significant event is easy as it is well-connected by major international airlines that operate frequent direct and indirect flights from major cities throughout USA, Europe, Asia, etc. You can opt to buy business class tickets to Johannesburg when planning to travel from USA. Airlines such as South African Airways and Delta Air Lines operate direct flights to Johannesburg. The South African Airways flies from New York (JFK) and Washington Dulles, while the Delta Air Lines flies from Atlanta. Professionals from aviation industry attending the event will immensely benefit as the 3rd Annual Aviation Outlook Africa 2011 will be addressing all the major issues in the area of aviation and airports.

The Aviation Outlook Africa 2011 will be focusing on several sectors related to the industry, such as Aviation Development in Africa, Finance & Funding, Route Development, Business Models & Operational Efficiency, Technology, Distribution Strategies, Auxiliary Revenue & Partnerships, and Safety & Security. This is indeed a must-visit event which you should not afford missing in any way. Contact your travel agent to get the best flight deals so that your travel by cheap business class flights to Johannesburg becomes possible. At Aviation Outlook Africa 2011, you’ll learn how to evaluate new technologies; understand new business methods and processes; and how to create revenue streams and new businesses. Don’t miss out on this great event, which is sure to benefit you!

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