Attention Routes Asia Attendees! Which new route do you want to learn more about in Manila?

Have you wondered what enticed an airline to a certain destination? What the data says about demand on the city pair and connecting markets? What external factors may have influenced the airline in selecting a specific city pair? How this business case differs from others? Our new ‘Route Case’ offering will seek to provide the answers all within a single 20 minute meeting slot at our events.

We would like your input into the programme for Routes Asia as we add new content after listening to delegate ideas and suggestions.

Which new service should be analysed for our “Route Case” briefing at Routes Asia?

  • Air India: Delhi – San Francisco 26%
  • AirAsia X: Kuala Lumpur - Gold Coast - Auckland 2%
  • Air New Zealand: Auckland - Houston 7%
  • Cebu Pacific: Manila - Guam 0%
  • China Airlines: Taipei – Melbourne - Christchurch 10%
  • Emirates Airline: Dubai - Cebu – Clark 24%
  • Fiji Airways: Nadi - Singapore 5%
  • Hainan Airlines: Beijing - Manchester 10%
  • Jet Airways: Delhi/Mumbai – Amsterdam 14%
  • Philippine Airlines: Cebu - Los Angeles 2%
  • Tigerair Taiwan: Taipei - Nagoya 0%
42 Votes

This year we are expanding our content offer at our events and are launch a new "Route Case" analysis. This is a short Route Exchange-type briefing and discussion from industry experts about a new or recent route launch corresponding to the area of the world hosting the forum.

This will launch next month at Routes Americas in San Juan with a presentation on Norwegian's recently introduced route between New York John F Kennedy International Airport and Martinique’s Aimé Césaire, the international airport of Martinique in the French West Indies and this will also take place at all our regional events during 2016.

At Routes Asia the presentation will occur on Monday 7th March in Manila and be conducted by our sister consultancy, ASM.

Have you wondered what enticed an airline to a certain destination? What the data says about demand on the city pair and connecting markets? What external factors may have influenced the airline in selecting a specific city pair? How this business case differs from others?

The "Route Case" will seek to provide the answers to these questions and offer additional network development insights all within a single 20 minute meeting slot.

Today we open a poll for you to vote on which route you would like us to discuss in Manila during Routes Asia.

You have the choice between ten options and voting will close at 00:01 GMT on Thursday 21st January, when we will announce the winning selection and add it to the formal programme for Routes Asia.

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