South African Aviation Authority brings the world to South Africa as the first African country to host the International Flight Inspection Symposium
The South African Civil Aviation Authority (SACAA) is excited to host the international aviation authority at the 2022 International Flight Inspection Symposium (IFIS) at the Inkosi Albert Luthuli International Convention Centre in Durban, between 20 and 24 June.
This comes as a refreshing opportunity to reinforce South African aviation as a leading aviation sector in the global community, off the back of previous financial challenges some local airlines were confronted with and sporadic public concerns around aircraft safety. SACAA welcomes this opportunity as a country of choice to host one of the worlds most credible and anticipated flight safety conferences and recognises it as a recognition of South African aviation’s world class standards of flight safety and its continual efforts to maintain and develop its flight safety procedures to meet global benchmarks.
The International Flight Inspection Symposium comes at an apt time when the future of aviation is growing in public discourse where flight safety, innovation and entrepreneurial opportunities for local SMME’s will be put under the spotlight. SACCA, in collaboration with the International Committee for Airspace Standards and Calibration (ICASC) has curated a 5-day experience where the world’s finest aviation industry thought leaders will make up of an insightful line-up of keytnote speakers, presenters and panelist’s. The programme will see to a facilitation of discussions and insightful presentations around relevant flight inspection information, the Symposium presents an opportunity for stakeholders across aviation interests to convene for an exchange of highly specialised technical information, dealing with aviation systems operations and their impact on flight safety.
Key topics to be discussed this year include, but are not limited to:
- Flight inspection crew safety and emergency procedures training
- Analysis and Optimization Algorithm of Air Positioning Radio Frequency Interference
- The future of technology: How can augmented reality be implemented in flight inspection?
- Collision Avoidance During Flight Inspection
IFIS 2022 will see members of the aviation community descend in Durban, spanning from Brazil, Norway, Germany, United States of America, Italy, Sweden amongst others with key international speakers, boasting institutional memory that will connect the history of flight inspection practices, to current trends and its promising future, with technology and innovation as an inspiring theme for unmatched flight inspection standards.
Alive to the economic implications and opportunities that aviation presents to entrepreneurs specialising in aviation and flight inspection technologies, the 2022 IFIS invites local businesses to participate in its specially curated exhibition over the five-day meeting, exposing their products, services and innovations to the global aviation economy. The event is also open to keen aviation enthusiasts who have an appetite to keep up to date with developments and specialised insight on flight inspection and safety, through a global lens.
The IFIS 2022 event promises to benefit leading organisations to spread their footprint across the African continent through networking opportunities with key aviation stakeholders from across the continent, whilst strengthening local aviation relations and operations.
Locally, attendees can expect presentations from the Minister of Transport, Mr Fikile Mbalula and the Director of Civil Aviation (CEO) of the South African Civil Aviation Authority, Ms Poppy Khoza where they will reflect on the gains of local aviation, its historic and present challenges and the opportunities they present for the future of aviation.
Learn more by visiting https://ifissa.co.za