Bringing together safety professionals and senior leadership from airlines, airports and aviation authorities, the World Aviation Safety Summit is the definitive meeting place in the Middle East for all those for whom safety is a critical function. The great opportunities for growth in aviation also mean significantly increased threats as budget and time are increasingly constrained. The World Aviation Safety Summit is built to support safety professionals and give you the tools you need to ensure ever safer travel.
World Aviation Safety Summit 2018 Highlights
The 6th World Aviation Safety Summit was held on on 11 – 12 December 2018 and hosted safety experts from across the aviation industry including governments, civil aviation authorities, airlines and airports, ANSPs, safety technology and solution providers and international aviation organisations.
Clear, safe and consistent operating environments are needed to improve airfield safety
World Aviation Safety Summit tackles runway incursion issues on day two 12 April, Dubai, UAE: In order to keep airfields safe, flight crews needs a clear, safe and consistent operating environment that avoids confusion, according to a leading aviation expert speaking on day two of the World Aviation Safety Summit, held in Dubai. Andrew Green, […]
Aviation safety should not be influenced by commercial agendas, says World Aviation Safety Summit Chairman
11 April, Dubai, UAE: Delegates and attendees of the fifth annual World Aviation Safety Summit (WASS) discussed today that aviation safety should not be threatened by commercial or political interference, such as the recent US and UK electronics bans that have caused controversy throughout the sector. Speaking during the opening ceremony, WASS Chairman and prominent […]
Capt. Mohammed Motab Alshehri
The event was very informative and I could see how it has evolved over the years, and look forward to next year’s event.
Aidah Adel Ahmed
I cannot wait for WASS 2019.
Not only has Dubai become a trade centre for the world but has also become the centre for enhancing aviation safety.
Abdulla Mohammed Al Blooshi
WASS 2018 managed to be the converging point of many safety views and concepts, where discussion and conviction was the way to achieve a common goal [of] the promotion of the aviation safety.