Routes Silk Road attendee list now available online

The attendee list for Routes Silk Road is now available on Routesonline.com and with just over 2 months to go until the event opens in Tbilisi, registrations are flooding in.

Routes Silk Road is the route development forum that connects CIS, Central and Eastern Europe, Middle East and Asia. The event, which will be held for the first time instead of Routes CIS is expected to attract around 300 delegates. Offering airports, airlines, tourism authorities and other stakeholders the perfect platform to do business and improve air transport networks.

The event will take place 6-8 July in Tbilisi, the beautiful and historic capital of Georgia and will be hosted by United Airports of Georgia LLC (UAG), which is a 100% state owned enterprise. As the airports authority of the state, UAG owns all airports in the country, including 3 international and 1 domestic airport.

Airlines already registered to attend Routes Silk Road include: Air Astana, CSA Czech Airlines, Meridiana fly S.P.A, Vueling, flydubai, Air Baltic, Vueling, Centre-South Airlines, Syria Arab Airlines, Air Asia X, AK Bars Aero and Air Arabia. Click here to view the full attendee list.

Registrations from Airports are also coming in with recent confirmations of attendance received from: Munich Airport, Prague Airport, Moscow Domodedovo Airport, Berlin Brandenburg Airport, Istanbul Sabiha Gokcen International Airport, Stuttgart Airport and Saint Petersburg International Pulkovo Airport.

Located at the crossroads between Europe and Asia, Georgia is a bridge connecting several important economic regions including Europe, the Newly Independent States (NIS), Turkey, the Caucasus and Central Asia region. Its geographic location makes the country the transportation hub for commerce and job creation – Georgia is the ideal location for Routes Silk Road.

To find out more about Routes Silk Road or to register for the event click here

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