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AACO releases 50th AGM details

Posted 17 January 2017 · Add Comment

The Arab Air Carriers' Organization (AACO) has announced the dates for its 50th Annual General Meeting which will now be held in Sharjah - UAE, on 20 - 22 November 2017, and hosted by Adel Ali group CEO of Air Arabia and the chairman of the AGM.


The Summit will begin with an an opening ceremony on the evening of the 20th; working sessions take place on the 21st and the post AGM networking event is on the 22nd.

Details on logistics and official accommodation will will be announced in due course, AACO said in a statement.

 

Air Arabia CEO Adel Ali will be host and chairman of the 50th AACO annual meeting in Sharjah in November

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