Finnair, AirAsia Group, LOT Polish, Southwest Airlines and easyJet are just a handful of the airlines due to present a Routes Exchange Briefing at World Routes in Chengdu.
Open exclusively to airport and tourism authority delegates, Route Exchange Briefings are an opportunity for attending airports and tourism authorities to gain an overview of the carriers, allowing them to better understand what information the airline requires from the airports when making route proposals.
Delivered by senior network planners, Route Exchange Briefings provide delegates with the opportunity to gain an insight into their target and current airline partners’ business. They are perfectly placed to further develop your understanding of the route planning function of airlines, offer the opportunity for attendees to hear a valuable update on the opportunities the airline feels are out there, and gain an understanding of how airlines decision makers see the market place.
With just 5 weeks to go until the 22nd World Routes opens in Chengdu, a wide variety of carriers from all regions have already confirmed that they will deliver a briefing at the event, outlining the route development opportunities that exist and how airports can be part of their expansion.
Other airlines confirmed to present a Route Exchange briefing at this year’s event include Malaysia Airlines, Air India and Alaska Airlines, with more airlines expected to confirm over the coming weeks.
Places in these briefings are limited and delegates should use the online meeting requests system to request a place at one of the airline briefings. The briefings will take place over two meeting slots and you can view the full programme and timings here.
Alternatively, if you are an airline and are interested in delivering your own Route Exchange Briefing at World Routes 2016, please contact our team.