Air Service World Congress to showcase Maldivian culture globally

Managing Director of the Maldives Airports Company Limited (MACL) Ibrahim Shareef Mohamed has highlighted the significance of the Air Service World Congress as a platform to highlight Maldivian culture globally.

MACL has partnered with various organisations for the 7th Air Service World Congress, scheduled from July 9-11 at Kurumba Maldives. The partnerships span seven categories and the event has received endorsements from the Ministry of Tourism and the Ministry of Transport and Civil Aviation. The Maldives Association of Tourism Industry (MATI) and the Maldives Association of Travel Agents and Tour Operators (MATATO) also support the congress.

Speaking at the signing ceremony with event partners, Managing Director Ibrahim Shareef stressed the importance of leveraging the event to seize business opportunities and strengthen relationships. He encouraged all stakeholders to use the event to establish strong connections and prepare for future success.

Meanwhile, Board Chairperson of the Maldives Marketing and Public Relations Corporation (MMPRC) Ayesha Nurain Janah highlighted the potential of the event to promote sustainable tourism in the Maldives. She expressed hope that the congress would increase airline traffic to the Maldives and boost tourism. She also noted the unique chance to present the Maldivian culture and natural beauty to an international audience, facilitating the expansion of the country's aviation network and tourism sector.

The Air Service World Congress, organised annually by Global Travel Investment, is a platform for connecting airlines and airports worldwide. MACL expects over 300 delegates, including airport and route development executives, airline executives, networking planners, aviation suppliers, and other stakeholders from the aviation and tourism industries, to attend the event.