Requests For Proposals (RFPs)

Route Exchange - the only online platform facilitating air service development.

Using Route Exchange’s Request for Proposals (RFP) feature, airlines can get the information they need when developing new routes in an efficient and managed way. The RFP feature allows airlines to send RFPs to airports of interest to them, who are then able to respond directly.

Airport members of Route Exchange get exclusive access to RFPs issued by airlines that they may not have been aware of, whilst being able to respond understanding the data requirements of the specific airline in each instance. Route Exchange airport members can respond directly knowing that they are meeting the requirements outlined within comprehensive documents submitted by airlines.

For airlines, the RFP process is a cost and time efficient way of requesting comparable data from key airports in your target region, helping the analysis already in place.

Reasons to use Route Exchange

Transparent & open

Route Exchange offers an open and transparent bid process, open to all airports in the region/s that the airline is targeting and ensures a more transparent and fair process.

Formal process

Using Route Exchange formalises the network development process. Via the RFP platform airlines inform airports of the key detail they must provide in any route proposal.

Efficient process

It makes the network development process efficient by saving time and other resources. Detailed information allows for more informed decisions to be made.

Routes reach

Routesonline has a global reach with over 1000 registered airports ensuring we can help airlines to uncover opportunities that may have otherwise not presented themselves.

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?

Speak to the Routesonline team today.

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