The Malta Aviation Conference and Expo (MACE) has wrapped up 5th edition. The event took place on October 11th and 12th at the Hilton Malta and lived up to its reputation as Malta’s largest aviation conference and expo.

Maintaining Altitude’ was the main theme with a primary focus on addressing the latest developments and challenges facing the aviation industry as it rebounds to pre-pandemic heights. The event provided a dynamic platform for collaboration and cooperation among aviation leaders, enabling them to come together and chart a course for future success and growth.

Two enlightening workshops by Trustflight and Satcom Direct opened the conference. Over the next couple of days, MACE 2023 featured a line-up of industry experts who shared their insights, experiences, and visions for the future. Speakers included Nicolas Rallo, Regional Director of the ICAO ‘European and North Atlantic’ (EUR/NAT) Office; Marylin Bastin, Head of Aviation Sustainability of Eurocontrol; Glyn Hughes, Director General of The International Air Cargo Association (TIACA); Victor Bleoca, VP Cargo Revenue Optimization and Capacity of Emirates Sky Cargo and Laila Bin Hareb Almheiri, CEO and Founder of ‘Alive’.

Stanley Bugeja, Jonathan Dalli, and Joshua Zammit, MACE Founders, expressed their commitment to staying at the forefront of the aviation industry and the importance of evolving with the industry’s changing landscape. “The aviation community has once again come together to inspire and innovate, and we look forward to what the future holds for our industry. This is how we want MACE to continue evolving from a knowledge-centricity and thought-leadership perspective.

MACE will be returning for a 6th edition on the 2nd and 3rd of October 2024 in Malta.