The Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure announced that all aspects of the aviation industry will be discussed at the ICAO Global Implementation Support Symposium, which will be held between 28 June and 1 July, hosted by the General Directorate of Civil Aviation.
In the written statement made by the Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure, it was announced that the leading representatives of the global aviation industry will come together in Istanbul between 28 June and 1 July.
In the statement, which stated that the ICAO Global Application Support Symposium, which will be hosted by the General Directorate of Civil Aviation, will be opened with the participation of Minister of Transport and Infrastructure, Adil Karaismailoğlu, it was emphasized that more than 9 high-level participants will make speeches in 60 different sessions at the symposium.
In the statement, which stated that all aspects of the past, present and future of the global aviation industry will be discussed at the symposium, to which approximately one thousand participants from 140 countries applied, “International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) Secretary General Juan Carlos Salazar, nearly 10 Ministers, Ambassadors, ICAO Regional Directors, EASA, Eurocontrol, IATA, ACI General Managers and Presidents of International Aviation Organizations, General Managers of more than 40 countries, many top sector managers and representatives of academic institutions are expected to attend.
The statement also included the following statements;
“With the symposium, top and middle managers of ICAO, aviation authorities and industry stakeholders will come together to exchange information and views on the latest trends and innovations as well as best practices to support a safe, secure, sustainable and efficient future for global air transport. is intended to be found. In addition, the event will provide a unique opportunity to gain in-depth knowledge of ICAO's Technical Cooperation Program and how its diversified portfolio of products and services can meet needs. In addition, the transformation and development in the Turkish aviation sector will be explained to international organizations at the symposium.”