Requests For Proposals

Route Exchange’s Request for Proposals (RFP) feature is an efficient tool for airlines seeking route development opportunities.

Airlines are able to outline the key information they require from an airport, in order to establish a new route with them. By using the RFP feature, carriers are able to receive standardised and comparable data from airports within their target region/s.

By outlining the specific requirements airports should meet, carriers are able to receive detailed and relevant information, allowing a more informed decision-making process to take place.

Did you know? Route Exchange airport members gain access to RFPs up to two weeks in advance of non-members. Find out more


Three reasons to use the RFP feature

Routes reach

With a global reach of over 1,500 airports, RFP feature allows airlines to uncover opportunities that may have otherwise not presented themselves.

Efficient process

Saving time and other resources RFPs provide detailed and managed information allowing for more informed decisions to be made.

Transparent & open

RFPs are open to all airports in the region/s that the airline is targeting and ensuring a transparent and fair process.

Would you like to tender?

  • Are you currently assessing your network?
  • Do you have aircraft on order?
  • Would you like to easily evaluate potential destinations in a standardised format?

Contact the Routesonline team

If you are looking to expand your network and would like to easily review airport proposals in a standardised format, contact our team and discover how our RFP feature can help you.

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