AllianceJet CEO Hervé Laitat speaking at MACE 2021

Over the years, Malta has established itself as a pioneer in the general aviation landscape. They have developed a clear vision for aviation and business aviation and allocated resources for a successful strategy. Today, Malta is a proven jurisdiction inside the European Union, with an Aviation Transport Department that raises challenges with continuous innovation.  

They are reaping the rewards with 350 private planes having elected pavilion in Malta, of which AllianceJet is setting up itself a key player within the Maltese Business Aviation (9H-AOC) sphere.

With this in mind, it is not surprising to see that the third edition of the Malta Aviation Conference and Expo will take place from October 26 to 28 at the Westin Dragonara in St Julians, in partnership with Transport Malta.

After two difficult years linked to the pandemic, this event will bring aviation back to the heart of the matter in a changing world.

From unmanned vehicles to artificial intelligence, biometrics, robotics, and more, innovation is everywhere around our industry. MACE 2021 is, therefore, about supporting the innovation discourse and its potential impacts on new, improved air mobility.

AllianceJet, which placed the environment at the heart of its strategy to support sustainable aviation at its level, is invited through our CEO, Hervé Laitat.

Among the topics to be discussed, there is electric aviation. Projects for electric aviation are indeed multiplying, some of which are very encouraging.

Rightly so, we can wonder about developments and our ability to adapt. These will be the subjects addressed by our CEO on the sidelines of this first edition of MACE.

We look forward to seeing you next week at the Westin Dragonara in Malta.

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