As the only route development event dedicated to the Asia Pacific region, Routes Asia has never played a more pivotal role for the aviation community.
For over a decade, Routes Asia has united senior decision-makers from the region's airlines, airports and tourism authorities. It is now more important than ever for these stakeholders to come together and engage in conversations that will help to support recovery and secure the region's future profitability.
Airlines, airports and tourism authorities from across the Asia Pacific region and beyond will have the opportunity to meet and engage in meaningful conversations that will help to stimulate recovery. These meetings are arranged online prior to the event based on delegate requests, and extra meetings can be requested on-site, using our On-site Meeting System or through the Routes event app.
The current crisis means that the relationships we've forged are more important than ever. Our networking events will help the community to share best practice and discuss the initiatives that will allow this resilient industry to rebuild. They will support the community by providing opportunities for collaboration and open conversation.
A series of keynote interviews, panel debates and airline briefings will bring together some of the biggest names in the industry. Routes Asia will provide a platform for these leaders to address the actions that must be taken by the route development community during these challenging times.
Exhibiting at the only route development event dedicated to Asia Pacific provides organisations with the opportunity to promote critical updates and new initiatives to senior network planners from the region's airlines. We will work with you to identify the most effective package, tailored to your organisation's objectives, that will ensure your continued support is felt by the community.
Who attends Routes Asia?
Routes Asia brings together senior network planners from the region's carriers, including AirAsia, Thai Airways International, Philippine Airlines, Cebu Pacific, Qatar Airways and Lion Air. These organisations, along with many other airlines, will be utilising the event's efficient platform to work with their airport partners to address actions and requirements for recovery and future growth.
Through a series of face-to-face business meetings, networking functions and the option to exhibit or sponsor, airport companies attending Routes Asia will have an unprecedented opportunity to reengage with their airline partners to share best practice and collaborate during these uncertain times.
The event will also attract attendance from tourism boards who will be collaborating with airports and airlines to address the recovery of air traffic within destinations located across the region.
Routes Asia serves the region's aviation supplier market, from data companies to fuel suppliers. The event allows these organisations to increase market share and promote their products and services to the industry.