The attendee list for World Routes is now available on Routesonline.com and with only 5 months to go until the event opens in Chicago, registrations are flooding in from all corners of the globe.
World Routes, which is the essential global gathering for aviation organisations from across all continents and countries, brings together the largest range of airlines, airports, tourism authorities and civil aviation authorities.
Network Planners and other key decision makers from a wide range of carriers will attend this year’s event which will take place in Chicago, 20-23 September 2014. The 20th World Route Development Forum will be the largest Routes event to date with an expected 3,000 high profile delegates in attendance.
Airlines that have registered this week include: Bangkok Airways, Virgin Atlantic Airways, Airline4, TACV, Saudi Cargo and Omni Air International. The most recent airports to register for World Routes include: Radom Airport, Melbourne Airport, Glasgow Airport, Prestwick Airport, Cambridge International Airport, Orlando Sanford International Airport, Rio de Janeiro International Airport and San Diego International Airport (SDCRAA). Click here for the most up to date attendee list.
Many notable national carriers have already confirmed their attendance by registering early including: Air France, Air India, American Airlines, British Airways, Hainan Airlines, Iberia, Japan Airlines, South African Airways and Turkish Airlines, whilst the 3 major carriers from the Middle East (Emirates, Etihad and Qatar Airways) have also registered early.
2014 will see World Routes return to the US for the second year in a row after last year’s event, which was the first time any Routes event had taken place in the country. The 20th anniversary event, which will be co-hosted by the City of Chicago Department of Aviation (CDA) and Choose Chicago, the city’s tourism organisation, will be held at McCormick Place, the largest convention facility in the Western Hemisphere. With the most diverse economy in the United States, and home to several of the aviation industry’s leading companies, Chicago makes the perfect home for the 20th World Route Development Forum.
Click here for more information and to register for World Routes 2014.