CopterJet International has concluded plans to organise the maiden edition of its ‘Aviation Stakeholders Forum’ with the theme, “Positioning the Nigerian Aviation Sector for Sustainable Growth and Economic Transformation.’ in Lagos .
According to a statement signed by CopterJet International organising the event is a demonstration of its commitment to proffer innovative solutions and drive a new phase of growth in the aviation value chain in Nigeria and Africa.
CopterJet explained that an aviation industry specialist firm will host the cream of aviation stakeholders on Thursday, September 30th, 2021 at Legend Airport Hotel in Lagos.
The forum according to CopterJet will bring together several key aviation stakeholders and luminaries to discuss opportunities and challenges facing the industry as well as strategies to emerge stronger as a nation.
According to CopterJet, the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the global aviation ecosystem and its fallout in the tourism and hospitality businesses has created an opportunity for stakeholders to seek innovative solutions that would change the narratives in the business space.
The event will also serve as a platform for CopterJet to showcase its capacity to charge the course of the aviation industry through its cutting-edge solutions as well as its end-to-end specialist services.
CopterJet also said that the forum will also feature a panelist session, which will comprise the heads of Nigerian aviation agencies to facilitate discourses across several topics related to acceleration of sectoral transformation as well as how to attain new standards of safety and efficiency and mobilisation of investment capital for industry retooling and recovery.
CopterJet is a fully integrated aviation specialist service firm with a broad operational focus on aviation consulting services, project management, aircraft & equipment leasing solutions, aviation business intelligence, asset management, and infrastructure development in the African market space.
The company is on a mission to position Nigeria to take up its proper place in the African economic and global aviation space.
It has taken it upon itself to lead the mission through public-private sector partnership for attracting the enormous investment capital in infrastructure development this will involve.