Saudi Arabia to Host Third Future Aviation Forum in May 2024

14.04.2024 Aviation & Space
Saudi Arabia to Host Third Future Aviation Forum in May 2024

Saudi Arabia to Host Third Future Aviation Forum in May 2024

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Under the esteemed patronage of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al-Saud, the Saudi General Authority of Civil Aviation (GACA) will host the third edition of Future Aviation Forum 2024 (FAF 2024), in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia from 20-22 May 2024.

FAF 2024 aims to be the global aviation leadership event of the year, connecting the most Influential government and private sector representatives by focusing on Elevating Global Connectivity. It strives to enhance aviation collaboration via global partnerships, fostering innovation, sustainable air travel, and cultural exchange.

FAF 2024 will attract more than 5,000 international experts from the aviation industry, leaders of international airlines, and officials from aviation authorities in participating countries.

The Forum will discuss global aviation issues, air transportation, the development of environmental sustainability in the civil aviation sector, enabling advanced air transport, and enhancing global connectivity, the Saudi Press Agency (SPA) reported.

The Forum will focus on boosting the efforts to achieve the national strategic objectives of aviation, which aim to transform the Kingdom into a leading logistics center in the Middle East and provide an attractive investment environment in this vital sector.

It will also bring together the elite of heads of states, CEOs of international airlines, manufacturers, airport executives, and industry leaders to shape the future of international air transport.

The event’s exhibition is a dedicated platform where aviation companies, airports, governments, and tech suppliers convene to learn, connect, showcase, and strengthen relationships with key industry stakeholders.

The second edition of the Forum witnessed the participation of 60 countries, the signing of 52 agreements and memoranda of understanding, the holding of 116 bilateral meetings, and the launch of several important policies and strategies for the civil aviation sector. In addition, many partnerships between the public and private sectors were signed. (FAF; SPA; Photo © FAF)




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