Regional Market Southern Africa & Indian Ocean
Southern Africa and Indian Ocean is an exciting and dynamic area, which is currently experiencing strong economic growth and increased tourism. This leads to a demand for intermodal transport infrastructure solutions to serve the markets and satisfy international investor requirements. Passengers and goods need safe and reliable transport. Establishing a comprehensive civil aviation administration framework is crucial to ensure safe and secure operations and open sky policies. We are experienced in the intricacies of the strategic development and capacity building of airports and airlines in expanding markets.
Iraq and Jordan also lie within my area of responsibility. Both countries require a competitive aviation infrastructure and need to enhance their CAA framework. Modern and reliable airlines are key to keeping pace with the challenging Middle East and European carriers. A strong aviation industry will be able to support the local economy in the future for the benefit of the communities and their people.
Please feel free to contact me at any time to discuss the challenges you are facing in the transport sector.
The African Airlines Association Annual General Assembly is the biggest aviation Summit in Africa and will be attended airline delegates, civil aviation authorities, airport companies, air navigation services providers as well as aircraft and engine manufacturers, component suppliers, and many other service providers. The event will discuss issues on the development of air transport in Africa in general and development opportunities for African airlines in particular. Air transport in Africa is an economic bridge – linking people, goods and capital to markets and industries and integrating the vast continent.
In addition to statutory Assembly matters to be discussed, there will be exhibitions of products, solutions and latest technologies in aviation by reputable service providers from across the world. Further, the Assembly also provides quality time and opportunity for networking and business meetings among African airlines, industry partners and service providers.
Meet Bruno Boucher, Associate Partner and Head of Africa West, Central and North at the conference.
In 2017 the Annual Assembly Conference and Exhibition of ACI Africa will be held in Port Louis, Mauritius. Hosted by Airports of Mauritius, specialists and leaders of the Airport community will come together under the theme “Bold leadership in a time of change”.
The main topics are analysis of status quo and upcoming prospects of the aviation sector in Africa. Airports are an important component of the dynamic industry that is aviation. Continuous changes and adaptions in regard to technological developments, demographic shifts or geopolitical trends are needed. Further session topics will be security culture, transforming the customer journey through technology and innovation, connectivity and sustainable tourism, airport service marketing and network development. Moreover, ACI will award a prize for Airport Service Quality at a Gala Dinner on the second day of the event.
Meet Catrin Drawer, Associate Partner responsible for South Africa and the Indian Ocean, at the conference.
The 47th Airlines Association of Southern Africa Annual General Assembly this year takes place at the Wild Coast Sun, Port Edward, Eastern Cape.The AASA is an organization formed to represent the mutual interests of its members. Membership is open to all airlines based in countries south of the equator, including the Indian Ocean Islands. There are currently 18 member airlines from this region. In addition, associate membership is open to airline partner organizations. There are currently 30 associate members, including Airports Company South Africa airports, provincial and private Airports, the Air Traffic Service provider ATNS, the SA Weather Service, several Oil Companies, major Aircraft Manufacturers, Engine Manufacturers, a Ground Handling Company, IT Service Providers, Tourism Organizations and other Industry Associations and Partners.
Catrin Drawer, Associate Partner responsible for Southern Africa and the Indian Ocean, welcomes you to the Lufthansa Consulting exhibition stand number 5 at the conference.
It is estimated that 20% of the world’s population will be living in Africa within the next 20 years. The Africa story has meant that consumer demands, expectations, lifestyles and business needs are changing drastically. Africa therefore presents massive potential in terms of economic development, growth opportunities and air travel.
Aviation is and will continue to be the best and most efficient way to connect Africa’s countries – and indeed to the rest of the world. Airlines and airports can profit from the changes, but they need to invest, build & innovate.
The Aviation Festival is here to show the industry how to pioneer in this dynamic market. By bringing global experts and world leading case studies to Africa – airlines, airports and their partners learn how to win new business through the convergence of technology, customer experience and new revenue streams. And now there are more events under the aviation festival banner that will cater to full-service airlines and to airports.
Meet Catrin Drawer, Associate Partner responsible for our business activities in Southern Africa, at this event.
The 20th Arab-German Business Forum takes places at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Berlin. This year’s partner country of the Forum is the Sultanate of Oman.
It is organized in cooperation with the Union of Arab Chambers of Commerce, the League of Arab States and the Association of German Chambers of Commerce and Industry (DIHK). As Arab countries and Germany traditionally share close business ties, the conference has become the most essential networking platform to create new and enhance existing business relationships.
Latest trends within the Arab-German business relations will be discussed among various other topics, such as Industrialization, Impact of Oil Prices, Urban Planning and Environment, etc.
Catrin Drawer, Associate Partner and Head of Market Southern Africa & Indian Ocean, will attend the conference.
The modernization of the CAA improved aviation safety and security systems according to ICAO and EU standards. By introducing more efficient processes and structures the authority profited from long- term business planning.
Assessment of operational areas leads to recommendations to increase efficiency and productivity. Improvements for the organizational structure, and processes and procedures were defined by the consultant team.
Business process reengineering and implementation support results in 24.8 m EUR net EBITDA client benefit and improved customer satisfaction.