NBAC 2014 extends to day and a half meeting as registration opens.

Thursday 20th February 2014

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EAN, the Lagos-based fully integrated business aviation services company which is organising this year's NBAC has confirmed today that this year's conference will be extended to cover a day and a half allowing time for full discussion about significant topics affecting the Nigerian Business Aviation community.

Registration for this year's Nigerian Business Aviation Conference (NBAC 2014), to be held March 27th and 28th in Lagos, is now also open enabling participants to sign up for one of the two hundred delegate places. Supporting the extended event EAN is pleased to announce that the Moderator for this year's event will be Alan Peaford, who in his role as editor of African Aerospace and Arabian Aerospace, will bring a comprehensive knowledge of the Nigerian aviation market that is certain to initiate vibrant debate and discussion around the key themes and topics.

The final discussion programme will include a variety of topics including updates on some of last year's themes covering Aircraft Finance, Regulating Business Aviation in Nigeria, and the Growth of Business Aviation in Nigeria. In addition new topics including an Owner's panel and a session on Jet and Helicopter support for the Oil and Gas industry will also feature.

It is anticipated the conference will once again attract a mix of international and local delegates from OEMs, operators, financiers, lawyers, regulatory bodies who will attend alongside industry leaders and HNWIs during the day and a half meeting. Along with the formalities networking will be encouraged throughout the event during the coffee breaks, lunches and at the Porsche Centre in Lagos which will provide the backdrop for the evening gala dinner.

"We are once again looking forward to an exciting, stimulating audience debating the key topics affecting day to day business aviation issues in Nigeria," commented Segun Demuren, CEO of EAN and conference host. "Over the last year the Nigerian economy has gone from strength to strength and is now internationally recognised as a burgeoning world economy. Business Aviation is essential to support this continued economic growth and this year's NBAC will further contribute to building a sustainable future for the Nigerian sector," added Demuren.

The event is also being supported by a number of sponsors including Toucan Aviation, GT Bank, Triton Aviation, UAS, Gulfstream, Bombardier, JSSI, Satcom Direct and Execujet. Achuzie Ezenagu, CEO of Toucan Aviation one of the Gold Sponsors of the event commented, "The Nigerian economy is growing at a blisteringly fast pace. To survive executives will need speed, productivity, efficiency and flexibility and business aviation supports these requirements. Events like the NBAC meeting demonstrate just how important this sector of aviation is for the sustainable growth of our economy which is one of the reasons Toucan Aviation is pleased to be a Gold Sponsor"

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