Arab Aviation Summit to mark 10th edition in Ras Al Khaimah

Arab Aviation Summit to mark 10th edition in Ras Al Khaimah

The three-day summit will be held from 6 to 8 March, 2023

Next year’s edition of the Arab Aviation Summit (AAS) will be held in Ras Al Khaimah’s Al Hamra International Exhibition & Conference Centre from 6 to 8 March.

The announcement was made by Adel Al Ali, chairperson of the Arab Aviation Summit, and Raki Phillips, CEO of Ras Al Khaimah Tourism Development Authority (RAKTDA), at the authority’s pavilion at the Arabian Travel Market 2022 in Dubai.

Hosted in collaboration with RAKTDA, the summit is one of the region’s leading aviation and tourism industry events and will be supported by global industry partners. The 2023 edition follows the success of in-person summits held in 2021 and 2022, which were also among the first physical aviation events held following the pandemic.


Adel Al Ali said: “With the pandemic redefining the priorities of the aviation and tourism sector, the Summit serves an important purpose by bringing together all stakeholders to drive joint action that will create long-term value for all.

“With the industry now gaining momentum, the 2023 edition is set to become a rallying point for more participants from across the world to discuss upcoming trends in the industry, which plays a key role in catalysing economic growth.”

Raki Phillips said: “With the pace of recovery for both tourism and aviation on the rise, the 2023 Arab Aviation Summit is set to be a platform that will shape the future of our industry. We look forward to bringing together stakeholders from around the world to have impactful and meaningful discussions that will build a stronger, more sustainable and resilient tourism economy for the future and for future generations.”

The summit will be supported by global industry partners including Airbus, CFM, Collins Aerospace, Turkish Teknik and T3 Aviation Academy and will feature workshops and insights from high-profile industry leaders.

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