Top 10 Route Exchange Profiles of the Week

In a new feature on Routesonline we highlight the Route Exchange profiles with the most engagement from the past week.

In the first of our weekly feature we breakdown the Top 10 most viewed profiles on Route Exchange and what each organisation did to get to so much traffic. We hope you enjoy, please leave your comments below!

#1 

OAG

Regular contributors to our community blog OAG are our most viewed profile of the week. Check out OAGs latest articles providing our community with data and statistics on the Top 100 Airports and Airlines. This week OAG also launched the Flight Status Coverage Report take a look. 

#2 Birmingham Airport - UK

BHX are confirmed attendees for Routes Africa 2014 & World Routes 2014. Birmingham Airport are particularly engaged with digital marketing understanding the benefits of supplementing a Route Exchange campaign with advertising and sponsorship.

Air India Carries 50,000 Passengers From Birmingham in First Six Months

#5 Vienna International Airport

Lots of activity on the Vienna profile this week updating key information including the Trade, Tourism & Data pages. 

As we approach the second half of the year and our next three events Vienna understand the importance of keeping your profile up-to-date ahead of scheduling face-to-face meetings!

#6 Berlin Brandenburg Airport

Just little updates here and there can make a world of difference. Berlin Brandenburg Airport performed a small audit on their key contacts. 

When you make updates to your profile you feature on the Routesonline homepage and also on the activity dashboard.

#7 Emirates

Emirate's (now confirmed to attend Routes Africa 2014 & World Routes 2014) have been in the news this week.

Emirates adds Fourth Non-Stop Daily Flight to Singapore

#8 Zurich Airport

Two new uploads from Zurich Airport relating to Airline Opportunities

Uploading documents to your profile is an easy way of getting content online quickly.

#9 Enter Air

The modern (low-cost) charter airline based in Poland is accepting Route Proposals.

#10 Bremen Airport

The community blog is driving traffic for another of our members - As of September AIS Airlines will fly the Bremen-Nuremberg route. The profile looks great also!

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