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Annual General Meeting 2013

2-4 June in Cape Town, South Africa

The AGM is IATA's pre-eminent event and a unique and exclusive industry forum, which brings together the world’s aviation leading figures. Every sector from the air transport industry is represented: airlines, governments, regulators, regional airlines associations, airports, ANSPs, manufacturers, IT providers, major media outlets and many other stakeholders and partners.

Held in June each year, the AGM establishes the priorities and work programs that drive ever higher levels of safety, security, environmental awareness and, particularly, financial viability..

Tony Tyler

Message from Tony Tyler

The 69th IATA Annual General Meeting and World Air Transport Summit was held in Cape Town, from 2 to 4 June 2013, kindly hosted by South African Airways.

800 delegates from our member airlines and industry partners and some 200 media made Cape Town the global capital of commercial aviation for a few days.

The last AGM held in Africa was in Nairobi in 1991, and it was good to have another ‘African’ AGM after such a long time. Africa has historically presented a number of significant challenges for air transport, and these were debated in depth during the panel discussions.

But now more than ever, the opportunities for air transport to drive social and economic development in Africa, and indeed for airlines to make money in that part of the world, will be more sharply brought into focus. Our discussions striked a balance between both the challenges and opportunities.

With its rich and diverse cultural history, South Africa will without doubt remain an unforgettable place for our 69th AGM.

It was a pleasure to meet  all of our member airlines and industry partners in Cape Town.

Tony Tyler
Director General & CEO

69th AGM Proceedings

Panels:

       
Airbus Airports Company South Africa ARC BOC Aviation
       
Boeing Bombardier CAE Changi
       
CFM DIIO GE LEK
       
MRJ MTU Narita Panasonic
       
Pratt & Whitney Seabury SITA South African Airways
       
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