More than 200 carriers have now registered for World Routes 2018. Latest registrations include Air Italy, Cathay Pacific, Singapore Airlines, Aeroflot Russian Airlines and Air France.
Senior network planners from these airlines will be joining other leading carriers at the world’s only global route development forum in Guangzhou this September.
Registered flag carriers that will be looking to meet with airports and tourism authorities include Air Canada, British Airways, Brussels Airlines, Emirates, Etihad Airways, Philippine Airlines and Qantas Airways.
Key decision makers will also be attending from world’s largest and fastest-growing LCCs including AirAsia, easyJet, jetBlue, Jet2.com, Pegasus Airlines, Transavia Airlines and Wizz Air.
The World Routes meeting request system opened on 8 July and more than 2,000 meetings have already been scheduled for the event.
Don’t miss the opportunity to meet and negotiate with the people that decide where the world’s aircraft fly. Register your place today.