Routes Europe 2019 Marketing Awards shortlists revealed

Twenty of the region’s airports and destinations have been recognised by the airline network planning community for their marketing support.

The Routes Europe Marketing Awards recognise the outstanding marketing support that airports and destinations provide to their airline partners.

Airlines are asked to nominate organisations based on the marketing services that have supported the successful launch of new routes or the development of existing ones over the past 12 months.

Following a competitive voting process, the following organisations have been shortlisted for this year’s awards:

Over 20 Million Passengers

  • Munich Airport
  • Brussels Airport
  • Athens International Airport
  • Avinor Oslo Airport
  • Copenhagen Airport
  • Moscow Vnukovo International Airport

4-20 Million Passengers

  • Budapest Airport
  • Saint Petersburg Airport, Pulkovo
  • London City Airport
  • Albrecht Dürer Airport Nürnberg

Under 4 Million Passengers

  • Chisinau International Airport
  • Billund Airport
  • Zagreb Airport
  • Kalamata International Airport
  • Antwerp International Airport

Destination

  • Go Vilnius
  • Seville Tourist Board
  • Tampere Region
  • Croatian National Tourist Board
  • Vienna Tourist Board

The awards ceremony will take place during the Networking Evening on Tuesday 9 April, and the overall winner will be automatically shortlisted for the World Routes 2019 Marketing Awards in Adelaide, South Australia.

Congratulations to all of our shortlisted organisations and we look forward to seeing you at Routes Europe 2019!


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