ROUTES NEWS ISSUE 6, 2009

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ROUTES NEWS ISSUE 6, 2009

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one2one
Cyril Okoko, Kenya Airways’ manager of strategic planning.

Long jump 
AirAsia X has big plans for low-cost, long-haul expansion – Chris Beanland caught up with CEO, Azran Osman-Rani, to find out more. 

Red tape
We may be entering 2010, but the taxation and government regulations applied to air transport continue to be positively antiquated, writes John Grant.

Right recipe
The Danes are keen on getting a slice of both the legacy and low-cost pies, writes Lucy Siebert. 

Mr Fix-It 
Lucy Siebert caught up with Heathrow’s marketing and insight director, Nick Adderley, to find out how Heathrow is trying to make every journey better.

Tourist hotspot 
A growing number of air services and an impressive range of unique attractions are driving tourism growth in Jordan, writes Oliver Clark. 

Cash crisis
James Halstead examines the unprecedented pressure on legacy carriers’ yields due to dramatic declines in premium traffic.

Sunny skies 
Cyprus now has two shiny new terminals at the gateways of Larnaka and Pafos, reports Stuart Bowden. 

Beijing event review

Vancouver event preview

Routes events update


View from the top
Gary Grieve, CIMTIG chairman, shares his thoughts on travel marketing, skills shortages and the challenges facing destinations. 

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