Eric Ntagengerwa is currently Senior Policy Officer-Air Transport under infrastructure and Energy Department of the African Union Commission. His role includes mainly the coordination of various Air Transport projects and programmes at continental level including the operationalization of the Single African Air Transport Market (SAATM) which is one of the 12 flagship projects of African Union Agenda 2063.
Eric Ntagengerwa is a Transportation Engineer with more than 16 years demonstrated experience in various fields of Transport infrastructure planning, management and policy development across the various modes of Transport (Road, Railway and Air Transport) with strong focus to regional integration. Having contributed, under various capacities, to the development of the Transport infrastructure sector in his home country (Rwanda), his ultimate goal is to contribute to a safe, efficient and environmental friendly African transport infrastructure network that will facilitate affordable movement of persons, goods and services across the continent and beyond. Prior to his appointment at African Union Commission, Mr Eric Ntagengerwa served as the Principal Civil Aviation Officer at East African Community (EAC) where he coordinated the development and implementation of a seamless upper airspace project and a regional framework for Partner States cooperation in handling Aircraft Accident and Incident Investigations, among many other regional projects. He previously served as Head of transport planning at Rwanda Transport Development Agency. Mr Eric Ntagengerwa is a Civil Engineer by profession. He holds a Masters Degree in transportation Management and an IATA certificate in Managing Policy and Regulation in Civil Aviation.