Voting opens for the Routes Asia 2018 Marketing Awards

Airlines will be able to nominate airports and destinations that provided exceptional marketing support for new and existing air services from Tuesday, 2 January

The Routes Asia Marketing Awards recognise excellence in airport and destination marketing. Voted for and judged by the airline network planning community, the awards are some of the most prestigious accolades within the route development community.

A record number of votes were received for the Routes Asia 2017 Marketing Awards and this year’s edition is expected to be equally competitive. Airlines will be able to nominate up to five airports and destinations when voting opens on Tuesday, 2 January.

The airport awards are split into three categories according to airport size: ‘Under 4 Million Passengers’, ‘4-20 Million Passengers’, ‘Over 20 Million Passengers’; and there is fourth ‘Destination’ category for tourism bodies. The overall winner of the awards will be automatically shortlisted for the World Routes 2018 Marketing Awards in Guangzhou later in the year.

The winners will be announced at the Routes Asia Networking Evening on Monday, 19 March in Brisbane’s iconic City Hall. The event will be hosted by Brisbane Airport, Brisbane Marketing, Tourism & Events Queensland and Tourism Australia.

For more information about the Routes Asia Marketing Awards, please contact Catherine Makrandreou.


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