Entebbe, Uganda – The countdown has begun for the first-ever East African Airshow, slated to take place in Entebbe from December 5th to 7th, 2024.
The East African Airshow is expected to bring together aviation enthusiasts, industry experts, government representatives, and tourism enthusiasts not only from East Africa but from around the world. This event aims to explore new horizons in aviation and inspire future leaders in the aviation and tourism sectors.
The airshow will serve as a platform for aviation and tourism professionals to engage in meaningful discussions, discover innovative solutions, and build valuable connections to advance both industries.
One official stated, “The event will celebrate the seamless integration of aviation and tourism by showcasing the natural beauty, cultural heritage, and wildlife wonders of East Africa.”
Organized by Aviator Africa in collaboration with the MK Movement, the Uganda Civil Aviation Authority, and Airspace Africa, the East African Airshow boasts a dynamic program. Attendees can look forward to thrilling aerial displays featuring state-of-the-art aircraft, mesmerizing aerobatics, and breathtaking formations. Additionally, the airshow will host a comprehensive business conference, interactive exhibitions, a career expo, and an elegant aviation and tourism awards gala dinner.
Officials anticipate that this highly anticipated event will provide a spectacular display of aviation expertise, cutting-edge technologies, and the seamless blending of aviation and tourism, all set against the backdrop of Uganda’s stunning landscapes.
The impact of the East African Airshow extends well beyond its event dates. With a strong focus on engaging youth and fostering career development, the airshow is dedicated to nurturing the next generation of leaders in aviation and tourism. By showcasing the limitless potential of these sectors, the event aims to inspire aspirations and dreams that will shape East Africa’s future growth.
As part of its corporate social responsibility initiative, the event will include a public raffle, offering the chance to win flights and aviation scholarships, courtesy of the MK Movement.