UGANDA (eTN) – The international Routes organization has just announced the dates for the 8th African Routes Development Conference to be held in Kampala, Uganda, next year. Co-hosted by the Uganda Civil Aviation Authority and the Entebbe International Airport, it is set for July 7-9 next year in the Ugandan capital of Kampala, some 45 kilometers from the international airport in Entebbe.
This follows the most successful ever Routes Africa meeting held in July this year in the Seychelles, where a record number of participants from African and international airlines, airports, tourism authorities, aviation suppliers, and stakeholders participated and discussed cooperation, new air links, and developed new opportunities together.
The meeting in Kampala is once again expected to bring a number of experts to the forum to deliver keynote addresses, discussions papers, and facilitate dialogue for aviation in Africa, now seen as the last great frontier to develop new connections between countries on the continent and across the Indian Ocean islands.
Write to firstname.lastname@example.org for more details. Alongside the meeting Uganda Tourism will organize pre- and post-conference tours to see the magnificent landscapes, Lake Victoria, the Source of the River Nile, the national parks, and, of course, track the fabled mountain gorillas in the two parks of Bwindi or Mgahinga. Welcome to The Pearl of Africa – more details about which can be found via www.visituganda.com or www.ugandawildlife.org .
Routes is an associate member of the International Coalition of Tourism Partners (ICTP).