Moldova conference to address key aviation issues


The inaugural Aviation-Event 2024 RMO in Chisinau, Moldova, will bring together worldwide civil aviation professionals and experts to address the most pressing issues facing the industry and chart a course for the future of air travel. 
Chisinau International Airport, along with Aviation-Event, will organise the Aviation-Event 2023 RMO, an international aviation conference on May 30.
Key themes to be explored at the event include digital transformation, global connectivity, airport-led economies, crisis communication strategies, infrastructure investments, and much more. 
Speakers will include prominent figures from aviation, government, academia, and other key stakeholders, offering diverse perspectives and valuable insights. 
In addition to insightful discussions, Aviation-Event 2024 RMO will also feature opportunities for networking, collaboration, and business development, providing attendees with a unique platform to connect with industry peers, exchange ideas, and forge new partnerships. 
Marcel Riwalsky, CEO, Aviation-Event, said: “This conference will serve as a catalyst for innovation and collaboration, as we come together to address the most pressing issues facing the industry and chart a course for the future of air travel. Together, we can shape the future of air travel and ensure a safe, sustainable, and prosperous aviation industry for generations to come."
Sergiu Spoială, Acting Director, Chisinau International Airport, said: “This first edition of Aviation – Event brings to our country and airport a valuable cooperation across industry that is crucial for ensuring we create and maintain a strong and sustainable aviation sector that can continue to provide an important service for millions of passengers across Europe. This event will provide a unique opportunity for attendees to engage in thoughtful conversations, share insights, and establish partnerships, and get to know Republic of Moldova through ist people whose hospitality is famous all around the world.” - TradeArabia News Service