About World Routes 2021
The 26th World Route Development Forum
As we now embark on the second half of 2020 and the COVID-19 pandemic continues to develop on a global basis, government-imposed travel restrictions are still in place in many countries around the world. We must now inform you that following careful consideration, and in close consultation with our hosts, SEA Milan Airports, it is with regret that we announce that World Routes, scheduled for 14-16 November 2020 in Milan, Italy, will now be postponed until next year.
World Routes Postponed until 2021
It is with regret that we announce that World Routes, scheduled for 14-16 November 2020 in Milan, Italy, will now be postponed until next year.
Message from David Stroud
The Routes and ASM team are aware that in our business activities, airlines, airports and tourism authorities are facing unprecedented operational and demand challenges, and no-one can be certain how long they will impact us or how severe they may be.
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