CAPA to hold aviation outlook summit in Malta

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Centre for Aviation (CAPA) is organising the World Aviation Outlook Summit in Malta on 5-6 December in the Westin Dragonara Resort in St. Julian’s, exploring what the coming decade holds for the aviation industry in the island nation, according to a press statement sent to Business Malta.

The major topics of the forum include flight shaming, as well as environmental issues, to see how the upcoming decade would unfold for airlines as global warming accelerates alarmingly, the organisers say.

“As we look forward to the next decade, the CAPA Outlook Summit offers the ideal forum to review these and many other key issues, along with many industry leaders,” the press statement says.

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The forum is hosted by the Ministry for Tourism for Malta and co-hosted by Air Malta and Malta International Airport.

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