In an exclusive interview, Aviator and Group Chairman Dustin Paul Wilden expressed his unwavering belief in a prosperous future for the aviation industry. Despite the challenging times brought on by the global pandemic, Wilden asserted that the sector has made substantial strides towards recovery.
ALAS Group Southern African Division is glad to announce the upgrade and appointment of Ms Daphne Osenkeng to the position of Vice President for Commercial and Government Affairs for the Organisation with immediate effect.
The Executive Chairman of The ALAS Group Corporation, Mr. Dustin Paul Wilden will be on an official executive visit to Zimbabwe from the 26th of December to the 29th of December 2022 ahead of official meetings with government officials.
Agriculture is fast becoming the backbone of economic development in the Southern Hemisphere as nations are looking at diversifying their economies in preparation of an uncertain future.
The economic future of the world today hangs on the balance, with recessions looming on the horizon and the future gradually rendered uncertain due to a myriad of economic and socio-political destabilisations plaguing nations.
ALAS Group Chairman Mr. Dustin Paul Wilden recently visited North America together with the Prime Minister of Denmark to promote the nations aerospace and defence industry.
Macroeconomic and geopolitical conditions have slowed down the economy to a point where an increase in the cost of living has risen by an average of 8 percent.
The Group Chairman of the ALAS Group Corporation, Mr. Dustin Paul Wilden, visited Botswana on an official executive visit where he met with key government officials and other local stakeholders.
ALAS Group Chairman, Mr. Dustin Paul Wilden, will be visiting Botswana, and other Southern African countries, that are part of the Group’s global and growth expansion strategy.
Amid the Group's planned expansion of its global operations in the Southern African region,we are currently aware of the emergence of the new B.1.1.529 coronavirus.
We are pleased to welcome Shelton Nkomo from Zimbabwe to our Southern African team. Shelton, who is based in Botswana, will be part of our South African team expanding our growing presence in the region, taking on the position as our CEO for the SADC region.
ALAS Group recently held its annual VIP Conference, this year with a particular focus on climate change and sustainable development. The Group has over the past few years developed a special interest in this area, especially in the Far East of Asia and the Indian subcontinent.
ALAS Group welcomes National Airlines to Kathmandu carrying crucial supplies from America to help fight the pandemic in Asia. Executive Vice President from ALAS Group, Mr. Navin Shrestha was there to welcome the American crew.
In connection with the religious festival of Holi, ALAS Group gave a small contribution to the colourful festivities, by showing support to a local school in Kathmandu, Nepal. The Group has previously donated items...
NASA recently landed their latest rover on Mars making another historic milestone in their search for life beyond our planet. Onboard the rover are seven instruments that will be testing completely new technology and conducting unprecedented science.
ALAS Group continues to focus on dedicated transportation for moving passengers and freight. Executive Vice President Navin Shrestha explains: "As we continue to experience major disruptions in the market, ALAS Group has decided to look at the critical gaps to make sure they are supported by feasible solutions..."
Center for Defence, Space & Security was recently awarded the title as Denmark's new national aerospace and defence cluster. Dustin Paul Wilden, who is an active part of Censec's board, has played a partial role in the new national cluster, creating a particular political focus on aerospace and defence.
ALAS Group and Pike Hydropower have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with a view to pursue a collaboration in the renewable energy sector, endorsing the government of Nepal's PPP policy (Public Private Partnership). Chairman of the Group, Dustin Paul Wilden plans to meet with senior members from the Cabinet of Nepal to discuss future PPP related opportunities and investments.
“At this point we see no immediate reason to amend our forecasted projections. However, global disruptions will most likely postpone future investments and our expansion activities. We will have to monitor the situation closely and take the necessary precautions until the situation has stabilized itself.” said Dustin Paul Wilden, Chairman of ALAS Group in a recent interview.
As the coronavirus continues its global invasion, paralysing both global movement and the aviation industry, ALAS Group, which provides leasing and MRO support among a number of other services, reported “stable activity” for Q1 2020. The company said its passenger services saw a “serious decline” from Q4 2019 but a “significant increase for cargo services”. The company interest in its services was especially strong in Asia and the Middle East.
This will be the first of its kind in Nepal and a two-figured million-dollar investment in Kathmandu, if the stakeholders come to an agreement.
After discussing with both Yogesh Bhattarai, minister of civil aviation and Rajan Pokhrel, director general of CAAN, ALAS Group is in the final stage of deciding to move forward with an ATO in Nepal.