World Routes 2019

The 25th World Route Development Forum

Adelaide, Australia
15 January 2015 - 27 February 2015

About the Hosts

The 25th World Routes will be hosted by the South Australian Tourism Commission, Tourism Australia and Adelaide Airport.

South Australian Tourism Commission

tourism australia

adelaide airport

The South Australian Tourism Commission, Tourism Australia and Adelaide Airport have formed Team Australia to represent the interests of the citizens of Australia, including the business and social communities that will be positively affected by hosting World Routes 2019 in Adelaide, South Australia.

The South Australian Tourism Commission

The South Australian Tourism Commission is a regional governing body overseeing marketing, events, corporate affairs, finance, business services and destination development. The commission liaises with key local councils in Adelaide to focus on developing appealing and accessible tourism infrastructure and experiences. 

Tourism Australia

Tourism Australia is the Australian Government agency responsible for attracting international visitors to Australia, both for leisure and business events. Tourism Australia is active in 16 key markets, promoting unique experiences which entice people to visit and targeting high value travellers that have the propensity to disperse widely around Australia. Tourism Australia’s main activities include advertising, PR and media programmes, trade shows, industry events, consumer promotions, digital and social media communications, consumer research and aviation development. Tourism Australia has a strong reputation for developing innovative tourism marketing campaigns, and has built one of the world's most admired and desirable destination brands.

Adelaide Airport

Adelaide Airport Limited is committed to managing and developing their business in a sustainable manner. The Airport is a leader in Airport Carbon Accreditation in Australia. To demonstrate their leadership, the Airport has 1,100m2 of solar panels on the Terminal 1 roof, and has recently fitted an additional 4,500 panels on the multi-storey car park. The car park alone is capable of generating 1.2 megawatts of electricity. Other energy efficiency measures implemented by the airport include daylight dimming controls for the lighting systems; operating the air conditioning based on flight schedules; automated window blinds; and demand-controlled escalators and moving walk-ways.