Shortlists revealed for Routes Europe 2018 Marketing Awards

The shortlists for the prestigious Routes Europe 2018 Marketing Awards have been revealed, with 17 airports and six destinations in the running for an award.

Find out which airports and destinations have been recognised for their marketing achievements by the airline network planning community.

The Routes Europe 2018 Marketing Awards recognise airports and destinations for their exceptional marketing services.

Following a competitive voting process, we are pleased to announce that the following airports and destinations have been recognised by their airline partners for their outstanding achievements in route development marketing.

The shortlists: 

Over 20 Million Passengers

Athens International Airport
Brussels Airport
Copenhagen Airport
Moscow Sheremetyevo International Airport
Munich Airport
Oslo Airport

4-20 Million Passengers

Albrecht Dürer Airport Nürnberg
Budapest Airport
Edinburgh Airport
Larnaka Airport
Prague Airport
Saint Petersburg Airport, Pulkovo

Under 4 Million Passengers

Belfast City Airport
Billund Airport
Cork Airport
Groningen Airport Eelde
Liege Airport


Canary Islands Tourist Board – Promotur
Cyprus Tourism Organisation
Madrid Destino - Tourism Board of Madrid
Malta Tourism Authority
Turkish Culture and Tourism Office
Visit Finland

The shortlisted organisations have been contacted and asked for a submission to support their nomination. Submissions will then be reviewed by a distinguished panel of airline judges, who will select the category winners and overall winner.

The winners will be revealed at the Routes Europe Networking Evening, which will take place at the Euskalduna Conference Center and Concert Hall in Bilbao on 23 April 2018.

For further information about the Routes Europe Marketing Awards, please visit our dedicated web page.

Routes Europe 2019

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Hannover, Germany  8 - 10 April 2019
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