Routes Europe 2022 will unite decision-makers from airlines, airports, destinations and aviation stakeholders that are invested in the future of European air connectivity.
As the region's leading aviation event, uniting senior industry professionals from airlines, airports and destinations, Routes Europe 2022 will provide you with an efficient platform to build high-value relationships with a qualified audience of route development decision-makers from across the region and beyond.
Develop your recovery strategy, gain exclusive insight and discuss new market opportunities with the people who decide where the region's aircraft fly, all under one roof at Routes Europe.
What can I expect at Routes Europe?
Over three business days, you will have the opportunity to participate in a comprehensive event programme with face-to-face meetings, unmissable networking opportunities, exclusive industry insight and much more.
Collaborate with your key targets across 45 available meeting slots. Over 1,900 new air services across Europe are connected to meetings at the event.
Unmatched industry insight
Gain exclusive insight from airline CEOs and industry experts as explore the current state of the industry and share their market predictions.
Strengthen and develop relationships with decision-makers in a more relaxed and informal setting at our programme of exclusive social events.
Increase brand awareness, promote expanding infrastructure or establish your organisation as an industry leader by taking advantage of our sponsorship packages.
“For Bremen Airport, the Routes conferences are the most important events of the year and a hotspot of the aviation industry. Nowhere else do we have the opportunity to meet so many decision makers of the airline community.”
Attending Industry Suppliers
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