Routes Americas 2019 early bird offer ends in less than two weeks

Time is running out to take advantage of early booking rates for the event held in Québec City, Canada next February.

Delegates who book for Routes Americas 2019 before 1 January will be able to save up to $350. The discount will allow attendees to maximise on the event’s unrivalled meeting platform for building high-value relationships with some of the most influential aviation professionals from across the region and beyond.

More than 55 carriers have already confirmed their place at the event, including American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Southwest Airlines and United Airlines. Delegates will also have the opportunity to request meetings with senior decision makers from flag, regional and low-cost carriers, such as:

  • Director of Network Planning, Avianca
  • Head of Network Development, Thomas Cook Airlines Group
  • Senior Director of Planning & Revenue Management, Copa Airlines​​
  • Director, Network Development, JetSmart
  • Head of Planning, Viva Air

In addition to an unrivalled meeting platform, Routes Americas 2019 will feature an exclusive conference programme offering insight into the most critical factors facing the industry. Leading aviation professionals, such as Javier Suarez, the CEO of Canada Jetlines, Steven Greenway, President of Swoop, and Vincent Hodder, CEO of LEVEL, will discuss the state of the industry and the future of aviation in the Americas.

Delegates who take advantage of early booking rates will also benefit from the opportunity to secure their priority meetings when the meeting request system opens on 8 January 2019.  

Visit the event web pages for more information.


The route development forum for the Americas
Québec City, Canada  12 - 14 February 2019

The 12th Routes Americas Conference Programme will hear from the chief executives of Swoop, LEVEL, Sun Country Airlines, Jetlines, interCaribbean Airways and more. 

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