|TANZANIA CIVIL AVIATION STAKEHOLDERS SET FOR THE 2ND NATIONAL CIVIL AVIATION STAKEHOLDERS FORUM.|
The second national civil aviation stakeholders forum kick off today at Julius Nyerere International Convention Centre (JNICC), where by more than 200 delegates are expected to attend for deliberation on prosperous future of the aviation industry.
The Minister for Works, Transport and Communication, Eng. Isack Kamwelwe will grace the two days forum hosted by Tanzania Civil Aviation Authority (TCAA), two years after the first one, which was successfully held in August, 2017. The forum attracted 250 delegates mainly from air operators, aviation training institutions, horticulture, ground handlers and government policy makers.
The forum with the theme, “Taking Civil Aviation Industry in Tanzania to the Apex”, aims at bringing together aviation main players to analyse industry success stories, challenges and thus, come up with measures to enable civil aviation optimum contribution to the national economic agenda of making Tanzania an industrialized and middle income country by 2025.
During the meeting, three papers shall be discussed:
1. Aviation Industry Towards the National Vision of Becoming Middle and Industrialized National By 2025; contribution of Civil Aviation Training Centre and Nation Institute of Transport. Role of TCAA and Operators.
2. The Role of General Aviation in the Development of Air Transport and
3. Carbon Offsetting and Reduction Scheme for International Aviation.
Delegates will also have an opportunity to review measures applied to address challenges identified in the first national civil aviation forum.
TCAA is determined to be conducting national stakeholder’s forum so as to bring them together and identify challenges they face and propose the best possible measures for improvement.
The Tanzania Civil Aviation Authority is a regulatory body with mandates to regulate economic, safety and security aspect of the civil aviation industry as well as providing air navigations services in the United Republic of Tanzania. Air navigation services are provided around the country at 14 airports namely Dar es Salaam, Kilimanjaro, Tanga, Arusha, Mwanza, Tabora, Kigoma, Dodoma, Iringa, Songwe, Songea, Mtwara, Zanzibar and Pemba.
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