Qatar has participated in the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) Global Aviation Forum.
The forum, which is held under the theme "Innovation in Aviation", is organised by ICAO for senior government officials responsible for aviation, transport, science and technology, finance and economic planning, trade, development, and international co-operation.
HE the Chairman of Qatar's Civil Aviation Authority, Abdullah bin Nasser Turki al-Subaie, chaired Qatar's delegation to the forum.
The series of interactive sessions that will be held during the forum will develop a set of policies, business models, regulatory procedures, administrative and governance systems that will drive innovation to achieve sustainable aviation development.
Also, the forum will contribute to the development of the latest available technologies at an affordable cost to achieve the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals set out in the 2030 Agenda and support the ICAO initiative to leave no country behind.
The forum will coincide with the innovation fair, which will showcase a range of new technologies and ideas being implemented in the aviation industry.
The fair will enhance the culture of innovation and its potential for sustainability in the sector.
Also, it will provide knowledge to key decision-makers on how to implement innovation within their countries.
One aspect of modern innovation is the relatively low cost of development, making it affordable for all emerging countries.
LEAVE A COMMENT Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked*
Qatar, Nicaragua sign agreement in education, scientific research
Qatar-Paraguay legal ties reviewed
First edition of Generation Amazing Festival kicks off
Ministry honours winners of Global Award for Dialogue Among Civilizations
Zarif calls for united efforts to resolve global issues peacefully
Sheikha Moza meets Rwandan president
Prime minister attends Doha Forum 2019
Ooredoo telecommunications partner of Doha Forum 2019
Resources can be utilised to fix most of global problems: El Salvador president