Alitalia, Royal Air Maroc and Canaryfly are the latest carriers to confirm their attendance at Routes Africa.
Over 25 airlines, represented by senior delegations have confirmed their attendance at this year’s event, taking place in Tenerife, Canary Islands from 26 – 28 June.
Routes Africa gives me unrivalled access to the key decision makers in both my target markets and those in which we already operate.Richard Bodin, CCO, fastjet
Scheduling is open and meeting slots for the event are allocated on a first come, first served basis, so ensure you’re registered to begin requesting your priority meetings with your target airlines. Just some of the airlines that will be representetd in Tenerife include Ethiopian Airlines, Norwegian, Iberia Airlines, South African Airways, Air Zimbabwe, fastjet, Binter Canarias and Vueling. View the full attendee list.
Routes Africa will take place at the Gran Hotel Bahía del Duque with around 200 delegates in attendance. The event offers delegates unrivalled opportunities to meet and discuss expansion into new markets, developing your existing route network and enhancing Africa’s connectivity.
With increased services to, from and within Africa, as well as considerable aircraft purchases, the region is considered one of the fastest developing aviation markets in the world and is an essential region for those looking to expand their route network.
Ensure you’re registered to request your priority airline meetings.