The Asian GHI Conference is back for the first time in nearly four years in a bid to help aviation business leaders supercharge the region’s recovery after the Covid crisis.
The 14th Asian Conference will take place at Le Meridien Hotel & Conference Centre, Dubai, 21-23 February 2023.
GHI is delighted to welcome dnata as our Headline Sponsor for the 14th Asian Conference and to host the Conference in the highly accessible Dubai location for the first time. More than 350 aviation stakeholders representing airlines, ground handlers, airports and suppliers are set to join the Asian Conference.
"Organising the GHI for the Asian market is important. Much is being said about a 'new normal'. It's timely for the community to share and deliberate ideas about how we're going to operate in this new normal. It certainly won't be business as usual. In adversity, there are opportunities. How we manage these opportunities will determine how successful we ride the wave of growth in the future. And, through consensus-building, we can create a vibrant and inter-dependant eco-system, focused on re-shaping and growing the business we love".
Yacoob Piperdi, CEO, Gateway Services, SATS
“We are delighted to be the headline sponsors for the 14th Asian GHI Conference which will take place on our home ground of Dubai. The opportunity to shine a light on ground handling in the region is exciting, especially as the industry moves towards a model of digitization. We look forward to meeting our partners and showcasing our latest initiatives with a focus on innovation, safety and sustainability.”
Steve Allen, CEO, dnata
“We’re hugely excited about bringing our Asian community together again after such a long and frustrating period of pandemic disruption. It will be four years since the last Asian GHI by the time we open doors and we will be looking to make up for lost time by maximising networking opportunities and discussions on where the market goes next. Holding this much anticipated reunion in Dubai is an exciting development for the Conference, which allows us to retain existing supporter and open up attendance to new attendees in the Middle East And North Africa.”
Max Gosney, Conference Chairman, GHI