Maputo — Mozambique has taken important steps to implement a policy of liberalizing the national airspace, but further efforts are needed to implement these policies and promote greater competition and private sector participation.
In this context, the CTA, with funding from USAID -SPEED, is conducting a study to assess the economic impact of greater liberalization of civil aviation in Mozambique. This study will serve as a basic document for the defense and promotion of an efficient and competitive market for air transport in the country and the region. Thus a breakfast meeting with the theme "Impact of liberalization of air transport in tourism and general economy in Mozambique" will be held on March 20, 2014.
Speaker: Rafael Enriquez - expert planning of infrastructure and civil aviation matters.
Rafael Enriquez is a specialist in the planning of infrastructure and civil aviation matters, with over 30 years of professional experience, including 20 years in the infrastructure sector (economic analysis of airports, master plans, market assessment, analysis demand, airport privatization, public-private partnership (PPP), logistical, political, economic regulation, mergers and acquisitions, private equity and venture capital).
He has participated in over 30 projects in civil aviation worldwide: due diligence of the Yerevan International Airport in Armenia, master plan and financial analysis of Minas Gerais international airport in Brazil, policy design and regulation of civil aviation sector in Abu Dhabi, projection of traffic and PPP strategy for 12 airports in India, proposal of a new system of aeronautical charges for civil aviation sector in Mozambique, among others.
Thus, the CTA invites entrepreneurs, business leaders, policy makers, economists, journalists and students of economics, management, entrepreneurship and civil aviation to participate in this interesting debate.