ROUTES NEWS ISSUE 2, 2009
Posted 05 February 2010 09:34
Routes events update
Clay Tyeryar, IARDA secretary, muses on the benefits of industry association membership during economic downturns.
Hong Kong-based Dragonair’s network in China will be vital this year, believes CEO, Kenny Tang. Lucy Siebert finds out more.
China may prove to be more resilient during
the downturn than many other regions, writes James Halstead.
Southwest Airlines’ senior planner for network strategy and schedule planning, Ty Bronchetti.
Attendees of Routes Americas in Cancun shared their key words for 2009 with Routes News.
India’s importance as an outbound market continues to grow, writes
The leading Gulf carriers believe they can grab more USAustralasia traffic. Chris Kjelgaard reports.
The economic slowdown means that New Zealand is turning more attention to short-haul markets. Peta Tomlinson and Lucy Siebert report.
What does 2009 have in store for Athens International Airport? Joe
Oliver Clark considers what the sale of London Gatwick Airport means for passengers and
Integrated rail links offer significant benefits for airports, writes Oliver Clark.
Nigel Mayes argues that route development has never been more vital.
Once reliant on pearl trading, Qatar’s history as a seafaring nation is reflected by water-inspired designs at the New Doha International Airport. Sarah Campbell reports.
View from the top
AAPA director general, Andrew Herdman, reflects on how Asia-Pacific airlines are responding to the global recession.
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