Routes magazine

Routes magazine is the leading publication focusing on route development strategy, insight and analysis.

Previous magazine issues

  • Routes World 2022 Daily issue 2

    Routes World 2022 continues in Las Vegas, featuring an interview with Hawaiian Airlines CEO Peter Ingram, a focus on consolidation in Latin America, and Routes Revisited with Milan.

  • Routes World 2022 Daily issue 1

    Full conference coverage from Routes World 2022 in Las Vegas, featuring an interview with Turkish Airlines chairman Ahmet Bolat, Route Analysis and the Routes Awards shortlists.

  • Issue 3, 2022

    Market movers - the niche airlines remodeling the US network
    Interview - Arajet CEO Victor Pacheco
    Indian growth - the expansion continues

  • Routes Europe 2022 Daily issue 2

    Full conference coverage from Routes Europe 2022 featuring the CEOs of five Nordic airlines—Flyr, Norwegian, Norse Atlantic Airways, Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) and Widerøe

  • Routes Europe 2022 Daily issue 1

    Full conference coverage from Routes Europe 2022 featuring SunExpress CEO Max Kownatzki and analysis of the transatlantic rebound.

  • Issue 2, 2022

    Rebuilding through uncertainty - Europe's recovery faces fresh challenges
    Interview - Brussels Airlines CEO Peter Gerber
    Asia's reopening - International traffic hopes

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Routes media portfolio

The Routes media portfolio consists of Routes magazine, Routes Digest newsletter, Routesonline, Routes ShowNews and custom media solutions. The media brands provide airports, suppliers and economic development agencies direct connections to high-level network planners and decision-makers at airlines, and empower the aviation route development community to grow their air service network.

if you have a story for Routes, please contact us at routesmedia@informa.com 

Key contacts

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Chris Gascoine
Sales Manager, Routes Media
Aviation Week Network

Tel: +44 7 5575 99347
chris.gascoine@aviationweek.co.uk



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