MNG Airlines became the silver sponsor of the most comprehensive event organized by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO). Global Implementation Support Symposium, which brings together the global aviation industry and took place with the participation of 140 countries, stated in Istanbul, hosted by Turkey.

All stakeholders of the aviation industry came together at the Global Application Support Symposium (GISS), which was organized as a combination of 3 different events held in previous years. The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), which was established by the United Nations to support governments in international air transportation, held its first major organization in Istanbul after the Covid-19 pandemic. Having organized 3 different events under the name of the World Aviation Forum (IWAF), the Global Aviation Cooperation Symposium (GACS) and the Global Aviation Education Symposium in the past years, ICAO brought together all its business partners in the aviation industry at once by combining the events this year. ICAO GISS 2022 brought together aviation authorities, national and international aviation organizations, air navigation service providers, academic institutions and civil aviation authorities of member countries in Istanbul.

Ali Sedat Özkazanç, General Manager of MNG Airlines, the silver sponsor of ICAO GISS; ‘We value ICAO organizations powerfully because they bring us together with aviation authorities of ICAO and industry stakeholders. The fact that the first face-to-face event after a long time was in Istanbul encouraged us to be a sponsor and exchanged trends and best practices about aviation, education and digitalization. In order to underline our solution-oriented approach, we prepared our stand with the slogan which we refer to the metaverse universe. We are assertive about our competencies all over the world which we see as our metaverse. With 25 years of industry experience, we increase our carrying capacity and service quality from year after year.’

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