STATEMENT: GACA: global aviation leaders at the Future Aviation Forum 2024 in Riyadh

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STATEMENT: GACA: global aviation leaders at the Future Aviation Forum 2024 in Riyadh

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- GACA: Global aviation leaders to address aviation challenges and opportunities at Future Aviation Forum 2024 in Riyadh, May 20-22

RIYADH, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, April 9, 2024 /PRNewswire/ -- The Future Aviation Forum (FAF) returns to Riyadh from May 20 to 22, 2024, bringing together 5,000 aviation experts and leaders from more than 100 countries , including ministers, regulators, manufacturers, airlines and airports. The Forum will seek solutions to the sector's main challenges, inviting attendees to vote in person on what they consider to be aviation's biggest challenge, the results of which will be announced on the final day.

The Forum, which saw more than 50 deals and $2.7 billion in deals signed during the 2022 edition, will feature globally significant trade announcements, including equipment orders, connectivity announcements and supplier partnerships, and awards ceremonies. that will recognize achievements and innovation in aviation.

Organized by the General Authority of Civil Aviation (GACA) of Saudi Arabia under the patronage of King Salman, Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, the Forum will focus on the theme: Increasing global connectivity.

His Excellency the President of GACA, Abdulaziz-Al Duailej, said:

"The 2024 Future Aviation Forum will once again unite global aviation leaders to solve aviation's biggest challenges, including manufacturing supply chain issues, capacity constraints and human capital development across Saudi Arabia is committed to providing global leadership on these issues.

The Forum will also showcase the unprecedented opportunities for investment, growth and innovation being created across the Kingdom in support of Vision 2030, for investors, suppliers and operators."

FAF24 kicks off a monumental week for aviation regulators and other leaders, where the Kingdom will also host the annual general meeting of the Airports Council International and other sectoral events with leaders of the International Civil Aviation Organization and the Transport Association International Airline attending the Forum.

Attendees at the event already include major global manufacturers, airlines such as Riyadh Air, Saudia, Flynas and Flyadeal, and Saudi Vision 2030 projects including NEOM, Red Sea Global, airports such as King Salman International Airport, among others.

The Forum will also advance the Kingdom's transformation through the Saudi Aviation Strategy (SAS) into the Middle East's leading aviation hub. The strategy is unlocking more than $100 billion of investment to drive immense growth in the sector, with passenger numbers set to grow by 26% in 2023 to 112 million and flights increasing by 16%, from 700,000 to almost 815,000.

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About the Future Aviation Forum:

The 2024 Future Aviation Forum organized by GACA will bring together more than 5,000 aviation experts and leaders from more than 100 countries, including international airline executives, leading global manufacturers, airport executives, industry leaders and regulators to shape the future of international air travel and cargo management. The Forum will be a global meeting point to find solutions to aviation's most pressing issues, including supply chain management, human capital planning, capacity growth, customer experience, sustainability and security.

The Future Aviation Forum takes place in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, May 20-22, 2024. Website - https://futureaviationforum.comTwitter/X - @FAF_SaudiLinkedIn - .. YouTube -

Acerca de Saudi Aviation Strategy and General Authority for Civil Aviation (GACA):

The Saudi Aviation Strategy is transforming the entire Saudi aviation ecosystem to become the number one aviation sector in the Middle East by 2030, thanks to Vision 2030 and in line with the Kingdom's National Transport and Logistics Strategy.

The Strategy is unlocking $100 billion in private and government investment in the Kingdom's airports, airlines and aviation support services. The Strategy will expand Saudi Arabia's connectivity, triple annual passenger traffic, establish two long-haul global hubs and increase air cargo capacity.

The Saudi Aviation Strategy is led by the Kingdom's aviation regulator, the General Authority of Civil Aviation (GACA). GACA's regulatory mission is to develop the air transport industry in accordance with the latest international standards, strengthen the Kingdom's position as a globally influential player in civil aviation, and enforce relevant rules, regulations and procedures to ensure safety. of air transport and sustainability.

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