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Stakeholders to brainstorm at airport business summit, expo 
Initial conflicting figures notwithstanding, the harmonised data of the aviation industry has shown a positive outlook for air travel business, with marginal growth across the board in 2017.The new statistics, recently released by the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA), showed stability, improved safety, robust regulatory oversight, increase passenger volume, more applications and renewals of the Air Operators Certificate (AOC) among others.

Meanwhile, no fewer than 200 participants will brainstorm at the forth Airport Business Summit and Expo for Africa (ABSE), scheduled to hold in Abuja, between July 4 and 6, 2018.
The international forum will deliberate on the theme: ‘Repositioning the Airport Business to Sustain Air Transport growth’.