Network planners set to share strategy at Routes Europe

The region’s largest route development forum will provide attendees with unmatched insight into the critical drivers shaping the future position of several leading airlines.

The Routes Europe 2019 conference programme boasts a line-up of key players from across the aviation industry, spanning the domains of network planning, airport operations and fleet management.

Delegates can expect to broaden their knowledge and gain a unique and unprecedented understanding of carriers’ growth forecasts within the current period of political and economic uncertainty.  

Among the industry leaders taking part in keynote interviews, panel debates, case studies and delegate training masterclasses, attendees will hear from TUI fly’s managing director; Norwegian’s head of international government and industry relations; Airbus’ fleet and network profitability director; Budapest Airport’s chief commercial officer; Austrian Airlines’ senior director network management; Finnair’s vice president traffic planning; and Eurowings’ vice president network management and airport relations.  

The programme will also feature a selection of airline briefings which will outline the major plans of carriers including easyJet, Vueling and airBaltic.

The Airline Briefing sessions will hear from Bence Szabo, easyJet’s head of network; Daniel Johan Reus, Vueling’s network development manager; and Wolfgang Reuss, airBaltic’s SVP network management. 

Watch our video below to preview the other sessions which will be taking place during the Routes Europe 2019 conference programme. 

View the full conference programme to find out more, or register your place today and expand your route map in Hannover next month.


 Routes Europe 2018

Routes Europe 2020
Bergen, Norway • 27 - 29 April 2020

With 45 meeting slots and unlimited networking opportunities, the event is your opportunity to engage in business-focused discussions with Europe's key decision makers.

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