More airlines confirmed for Routes Europe  

Senior decision makers from Europe’s top airlines will be at the event.

A good mix of carriers  are signing up for Routes Europe 2018 to discuss potential new air services with the region's leading airport and tourism authorities.

Norwegian, Wizz Air, British Airways, Eurowings, easyJet, Jet2Finnair, Iberia, Icelandair, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, Lufthansa, bmi Regional and SAS Scandinavian Airlines are among the airlines that have regsitered for Europe's largest route development forum.

The airlines from outside Europe that will be taking meeting requests include United Airlines, AirAsia, Delta Air Lines and WestJet.

Airline representatives will take part in the event’s conference programme, giving briefings for airports and tourism authorities that want to learn more about airline route planning.

Senior network planners from around 100 airlines will attend Routes Europe 2018. They will be joined by up to 300 airports and 50 tourism authorities at the Bilbao Exhibition Centre between 22 and 24 April.

View the attendee list for more information.


Alex CruzRoutes Europe 2018
Bilbao, Basque Country • 22 - 24 April 2018

In a full and frank interview Alex Cruz will outline the airline’s major plans, including its network strategyThe Routes Europe conference programme will also bring together leading experts to discuss the most pressing issues facing the route development community. 

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