Airline registrations flood in for Routes Europe

Senior network planners from more than 50 carriers confirm their attendance at Europe’s leading route development event.

Key decision makers from the region’s leading and fastest-growing airlines will be looking to develop their existing route networks and hear new business opportunities at Routes Europe.

Organisations wishing to engage in serious, business-focused discussions with LCCs can expect to meet with Wizz Air, Vueling, Transavia and Norwegian at the event.

Out of region carriers who have confirmed their attendance include Delta Air Lines, AirAsia, WestJet and United Airlines.

Flag carriers that will be accepting meeting requests, when scheduling opens on Monday, 19 February, include British Airways, Air Serbia and Finnair. With more 45 available meeting slots, Routes Europe provides an efficient platform for airline network planners to meet and negotiate with their key targets. Other carriers that have secured their place at Europe’s leading route development event include Eurowings, SAS Scandinavian Airlines. View the full attendee list.

Routes Europe will also provide delegates with the opportunity to hear directly from the chairman and CEO of British Airways. Alex Cruz will join industry heavyweights to discuss the challenges driving change and future opportunities during the Routes Europe conference programme.

Join the Europe’s route development community in Bilbao and register your place for the event that delivers real-results.


 Routes Europe 2018

Routes Europe 2021
Bergen, Norway • 10 - 12 May 2021

With 45 meeting slots and unlimited networking opportunities, the event is your opportunity to engage in business-focused discussions with Europe's key decision makers.

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