Vueling, Finnair and confirmed to attend Routes Europe 2019

Senior decision makers from the region’s leading carriers will be attending the most efficient European route development event in Hannover next April.

In 2019, the German state of Lower Saxony will welcome industry leaders to its capital city and renowned conference destination of Hannover. As the region’s largest route development forum, Routes Europe provides an unrivalled platform for delegates to meet and negotiate new and existing air services with their key airline targets, and 2019 promises to deliver even bigger results for attending delegates.

With more than 50 carriers having already registered their place, attendees will be provided with the opportunity to present their business cases to leading industry figures, including:  

  • Director Network Strategy & Planning, Vueling
  • Vice President Traffic Planning, Finnair
  • Head of Planning,
  • Director Flight Planning, Germania
  • Head of Network Planning, Iberia Express

Other flag, regional and low-cost carriers, such as Lufthansa, easyJet and Ryanair, will also be attending the event held from 8-10 April 2019. View the full attendee list

Last year’s event saw over 5,000 pre-scheduled meetings take place, making it the most effective route development forum in Europe. A number of innovations, including exhibitor networking sessions, meetings on stands, Fast Track, a dedicated city pair meeting area and an improved self-scan registration process, will be adopted in 2019 to further enhance the event’s unique time-saving benefits.

Don’t miss the opportunity to expand your route network and meet key targets next year in Hannover. Register your interest

Routes Europe 2019

The route development forum for Europe
Hannover, Germany  8 - 10 April 2019
Routes Europe provides organisations with an efficient platform to discuss new business opportunities with the region's leading airlines, airports and tourism authorities.

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