How did Malta perform compared to other countries in the Mediterranean region over the last couple of years? How do the Key Figures and trends look for the future?
For aircraft leasing companies having to repossess an airliner is usually an option of the last resort when all other avenues have been exhausted. The process can be time-consuming and costly.
With the invasion of Ukraine, the aviation insurance market is in turmoil. If the crisis spreads to neighbouring countries, there is the real risk that losses for the aviation industry surpass those endured as a result of the September 11th terrorist attacks
Electric and hybrid aircraft can disrupt the current status quo within the regional aviation sector. Will these new generation aircraft open up new routes and possibly link cities which were deemed not worthy up to just a few years ago?
Malta Enterprise has been at the forefront in promoting investment in the Maltese aviation sector. It plays a pivotal role in providing wide-ranging assistance purposely designed to maximise the competitive edge of its client companies as can be attested by industry giants
The airline industry has always managed to bounce back from mass disruptions including SARS, 9/11 and the Global Recession. Will it be able to return to healthy profits after the pandemic?
Veteran aviation journalist Richard Maslen will be moderating the discussion. How will electric aircraft improve the island’s connectivity? With so many future technologies being evaluated there is still concern on the way forward.
As MAviO continues to forge links on an international level and to bring to the fore news from the Maltese aviation scene, its recently launched think tank is playing a crucial role in elevating the level of discussion about aviation matters on the island.
The Enemed MAviO Awards recognize individuals or organizations that would have accomplished outstanding feats and worked beyond their call of duty to promote the Maltese aviation scene at large.