Many airports and airlines have already confirmed their attendance for this year’s Routes Silk Road which will take place 5 -7th July in Tbilisi, Georgia and many organisations are already thinking about raising their profile at the event by purchasing one of our sponsorship packages on offer.
Routes Silk Road is the route development forum that connects CIS, Central and Eastern Europe, Middle East and Asia, forming the essential meeting place for a wide range of airlines, airports and tourism authorities. The event provides the perfect platform to raise awareness of your airport or destination to air service development key decision makers from all over the region.
Sponsorship opportunities at all Routes events vary and enable your business to select a package tailored to your needs. Not only does sponsorship help you differentiate your business from your competitors, it also helps to develop closer and better relationships with new and existing customers, showcasing all the services and developments at your airport or destination. There are a range of sponsorship packages still available to suit all budgets including: Registration, Airline Meeting Hall, where all Face-to-Face Meetings and the majority of business decisions at Routes Silk Road take place, water bottles, Meeting System, delegate bags, delegate folders and Monday Lunch. To find out more about the sponsorship packages on offer click here.
Alternatively why not take an exhibition stand at Routes Silk Road, which can present your organisation with the opportunity to place your brand in front of key decision makers and top aviation professionals from across the Silk Road & CIS region. There are a range of exhibition packages available so click here to find out more.
The decision by United Airports of Georgia to host the event for the second year running is largely due to the success of the 2014 event and a number of key routes which they negotiated during Routes Silk Road 2014. Air Arabia and Aeroflot commenced new routes from Tbilisi International Airport in October 2014 (to Sharjah and Moscow respectively). Etihad Airways is due to begin flights from Tbilisi to Abu Dhabi in October 2015. Furthermore, UAG is currently in the process of active negotiations with two airlines to begin routes from Kutaisi International Airport