Represented by the Public Authority for Civil Aviation (PACA), Oman participated in the Global Aviation Summit 2019 in Mumbai, India.
The two-day occasion came to a close on Wednesday.
The sultanate’s delegation was led by Dr Mohammed bin Nasser al Za’abi, CEO of PACA. The summit discussed a number of concerns connected to the future of civil aviation, which includes the study of organisational and financing models for air transport, the notion of ‘aviation for all’ and the future of drones in line with security and safety requirements.
The conference also highlighted the want to create aviation infrastructure, the methods governments deal with financing possibilities globally, and how greatest to improve safety of air transport via modern day technologies. The conference brought with each other major aviation leaders to concentrate on policymaking.
Information Source: Muscat Daily