(eTN) - There are a few months to go before the Routes Africa 2012 forum takes place in the Seychelles, and Africa stands on big demands for aircraft, new trained pilots, and other cadres of aviation experts.
The Routes Africa 2012 forum, to be held in the Seychelles in July, will bring airlines, civil aviation authorities, and tourism boards together to see how the challenges facing the world of aviation and tourism can best be tackled.
Africa's position in the global aviation industry will highlight the forum, with stakeholders looking at best alternatives to make this continent feature at the world aviation industry with competitive images.
âThe world economics is changing fast, the aviation climate has changed, and it is so important for everyone to meet and discuss the situation. Cooperation and the spirit of working together is today more important than ever before,â Seychelles Minister responsible for Tourism and Culture, Alain St.Ange said.
The Seychelles Tourism Board will be the host for the 7th Routes Africa event, which will take place from July 8 to10