The organisers of Antananarivo and Nosy Be airports, Ravinala Airports and the Malagasy Ministry of Transportation and Meteorology, are supporting the event. Many Malagasy sceneries were included in AviaDev’s digital event during the 2021 edition. Visitors to the Antananarivo International Airport Terminal in 2022 will be able to see the stunning new terminal and get a taste of Malagasy hospitality.
The first aviation conference to take place on the island will be AviaDev Africa. Because of its focus on connecting businesses, AviaDev can help rewrite the history of African aviation and make it a more positive storey for the future of this continent’s airlines.
Tinoka Roberto, the Transport and Meteorology Minister, stated: “We want to emphasise our commitment to re-launching air transportation, one of our country’s main pillars of growth, with this announcement of the re-opening of the Malagasy borders. Air freight, as well as serving as a gateway to open Madagascar to the rest of the globe, has proved the relevance of this industry during these trying times. The Ministry of Transportation and Meteorology is pleased to support AviaDev Africa 2022, as we did for the virtual version in 2021. Madagascar will shine brightly as a result of this event, we believe. We will be able to have a significant effect on the growth of African aviation as a result of this. For the sake of reviving air travel in these days of epidemic, this is a must-do.”