The event will run from 9 to 11 May and will be hosted by the General Authority of Civil Aviation
The Future Aviation Forum in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia next month is to host 120 speakers from around the world to discuss the future of aviation at more than 40 sessions and round table discussions.
The forum, which will take place from 9 to 11 May, will focus on the topics of innovation, growth and sustainability and aims to cement Saudi Arabia’s position as a global aviation hub.
The kingdom has plans to invest $100 billion in its aviation sector by 2030 as well as constructing a new airport in the capital city of Riyadh and launching a new national flag carrier. Saudi currently has eight airports in the pipeline across several regions, including four airports in partnership with the private sector.
Organisers said the event will bring industry experts together with the aim of finding solutions that contribute to the development and innovation of the civil aviation sector in the coming years as well as the importance of activating global cooperation in civil aviation.
The forum will be launched in the presence of representatives and leaders of the civil aviation sector from around the world..
For more information, visit www.gaca.gov.sa