52nd AGA

The African Airlines Association (AFRAA) concluded its 52nd Annual General Assembly today with a rallying call for airlines to take specific measures to build resilience and emerge stronger after the crisis. The Assembly further called for a multi-sectorial and pragmatic approach by governments and stakeholders to support the recovery of air transport industry and interrelated sectors such as tourism.

In addition to statutory Assembly matters that were discussed, the conference segment was characterized by presentations and panel discussions by African and global aviation leaders.

The presentations and speeches made during the event can be accessed below:

Please click on the links below to access the speeches:

  1. AFRAA Secretary General Opening Remarks
  2. AFCAC Secretary General Keynote Speech
  3. IATA Director General and CEO Keynote Speech
  4. Africa Union Commissioner for Infrastructure and Energy Keynote Speech


  1. Getting Back to Business: Planning Networks and Fleet Beyond 2020 by ACC Aviation
  2. CEO Roundtable – Introduction
  3. Air Transport Recovery Trends and Building Blocks for Africa by Mr. Sebastian Mikosz, IATA
  4. Are African Airports geared up for the restart and recovery of the Air Transport industry? Interview on Mr. Ali Tounsi and Moderated by Capt. Gilbert Kibe

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AGA Promo Video

AGA 52 – Day one Highlights
Annual Report of the Secretary General of AFRAA
Executive Interview – Getting back to Business in the era of COVID 19
Panel Discussion – Restoration of passenger confidence through technology and innovation
Closing Ceremony
AGA 52 – Day two Highlights
Presentation: Getting Back to Business – Planning Networks and Fleet beyond 2020
Executive Interview – Navigating the crisis, an airline experience
Executive Interview – Air Cargo: A Key Contributor to Sustainability of the Air Transport Industry
Press Conference
Opening Ceremony
CEO Roundtable

Executive Interview – Alignment of Tourism and Air Transport Sectors for Africa
Panel Discussion – A New Dawn: Can we Rewrite the Narrative of Air Transport in Africa?