World Routes 2018 Marketing Awards shortlists revealed
Discover which airports, tourism authorities and individuals have been recognised in the industry’s most coveted awards.
The World Routes Marketing Awards recognise the impressive marketing support airports and tourism authorities provide to their airline partners. The awards also reward individual achievement, acknowledging the key industry players that are driving change and innovation.
Following a competitive voting process, the following organisations and individuals have been shortlisted for their outstanding achievements in route development marketing and contributions to the industry.
Kristi Bennett-Holmes, Deputy Director, Commercial Development, Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport
Jonathan Cheong, Head of Aviation Business Development, Adelaide Airport
Jesper Klausholm, Head of Airline Relations and Marketing, Billund Airport
Neringa Ohrstrom, Aviation Marketing Manager, London Stansted Airport
Gabriel Schmilovich, Director Network Strategy, Development & Planning, Vueling
Jasper Spruit, VP Traffic Development, Avinor
Wilco Sweijen, Director Route & Business Development, Amsterdam Airport Schiphol
Under 4 Million Passengers
London Southend Airport
Myrtle Beach International Airport
4-20 Million Passengers
Albrecht Dürer Airport Nürnberg
Portland International Airport
Queen Alia International Airport
20-50 Million Passengers
Athens International Airport
Over 50 Million Passengers
Amsterdam Airport Schiphol
Hong Kong Airport
Kuala Lumpur International Airport
Singapore Changi Airport
Aruba Tourism Authority
Canary Islands Tourist Board – Promotur
Cape Town Air Access
Department of Tourism, Philippines
The shortlisted organisations and individuals have been contacted and asked for a submission to support their nomination. The submissions will then be reviewed by an independent panel of judges, who will select the category winners and the overall winner. The award ceremony will take place during the World Routes Networking Evening in Guangzhou on Monday, 17 September.