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World Airnews expands its coverage

AFRICA’S LONGEST published and widest circulating aviation journal, World Airnews, has further expanded its coverage by being invited by the Mumbai, India-based The STAT Trade Times (commonly called STAT Times), a multi-modal international transport media, to act as a Media Partner in assisting with the promotion of the Aerospace and Defence MRO South Asia Summit to be held in New Delhi, India, on January 18 and 19 next year.

This follows on the heels of a number of other organisations which have appointed World Airnews as one of their media partners during the course of this year, three of the latest being the RAF’s Royal International Air Tattoo (RIAT) in the UK, the African Airline Association (AFRAA) and the African Airshow exhibition and conference to be held in Accra, Ghana, on the 24th and 25th of this month, under the patronage of the country’s President, Nana Addo Dankwa Akuko-Addo.

“The Aerospace and Defence MRO South Asia Summit has already generated a great deal of interest among the international publications servicing the industry,” said a press release issued by The STAT Times recently naming World Airnews, Orient Aviation, Aviation Voice, MRO Business Today and Aeromorning among those which have been appointed as Media Partners for the summit.

The statement, explaining the importance of the MRO industry, added: “Aviation MRO (maintenance, repair and overhaul) is one of the most prospective fields, in fact, as prospective as the conventional manufacturing field. Boeing, in its latest forecast, notes that the commercial aviation sector, which includes MRO, also is set to grow to $8,5-billion globally over the next 20 years.......................... For the FULL ARTICLE please subscribe to our digital edition.

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