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MACE 2022

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Status: Archived
1 year ago
Duration: 1 day Place: Malta, St. Julian, Hilton Malta, Vjal Portomaso St Julian's PTM, 01, Malta. Organiser: MACE
MACE 2022

In a little over a century, our industry has progressed from learning to fly to over 400 departures per hour! For decades aviation has experienced exponential growth being at the forefront of innovation to become one of the most safe and reliable modes of transport.

Then 2020 happened, a global pandemic has shaken our industry beyond its foundations and recovery must tackle both pre-existing conditions such as congestion, carbon footprint, economic sustainability but also new challenges brought about by a more acute consciousness of pre-existing challenges and challenges brought about by new technology and evolving markets. MACE 2020 has defied the odds and brought together the industry taking a wide overview at the sustainability of the industry beyond going greener. In 2021, MACE brought the industry together to explore and discuss the how and what innovations can reboot the industry to pre pandemic growth.

As engines and aircraft become more efficient through a combination of hybrid and electric technology, and the use of alternative fuels to name but a few will surely impact the industry of the future. Innovations abound in our industry from unmanned vehicles to artificial intelligence, biometrics, robotics, block chain and crypto and more. MACE 2021 was all about supporting the innovation discourse and its potential impacts on new improved air mobility.

Spread over 3 days, MACE 2021 hosted a myriad of industry experts in the lovely island of Malta. Those attending had the opportunity to participate in live panel debates, meets industry suppliers and discuss themes with regulatory officials, industry professionals and subject matter experts.

News from MACE 2022

Sustainable vision for a resilient national airline – interview with David Curmi, Executive Chaiman, Air Malta

Day one of MACE 2022 revealed what country’s national airline, Air Malta, is undergoing. Executive Chaiman of the carrier, Mr. David Curmi, started his Keynote with an absolutely clear...

MACE 2022 - interview with Capt.Charles Pace, Director General CAD, Transport Malta

If you think that two days of a conference is enough to catch all the people you want to interview, I confirm, it is not always the case. MACE 2022 offered a very full and interesting agenda, during...

MACE 2022 - Aviatize chooses Malta as operational headquarters

During recent 4th edition of the Malta Aviation Conference and Expo Aviatize, Belgian owned Aviation software company, announced its intention to establish its operational headquarters in Malta to sup...

MACE 2022 - shared passion for aviation - Clare Agius

Presenting and moderating a conference is a responsibility, in a way it is the presenter who sets the tone and rhythm of the event. Malta Aviation Conference and Expo is fortunate to be in t...

MACE 2022 - post event interview with founding partners - Stanley Bugeja, Jonathan Dalli and Joshua Zammit

MACE 2022 was already the 4th edition of the Malta Aviation Conference & Expo. Gaining altitude was far from being a simple theme of the event, it was a given considering the number of delegates,...