Steven Small has been appointed brand director of Routes with responsibility for heading the events business in Manchester, UK, and setting its future strategic direction. Routes was established in 1995 to organise events that bring aviation professionals together to plan new air services.
Routes Europe will return to the United Kingdom in 2017 when the 12th annual event takes place on April 23rd-25th 2017 in Belfast at the Waterfront Conference Centre. The venue is expected to complete its state of the art £30 million extension in the summer of 2016 ahead of the event. Routes Europe, which is the largest regional Routes event, will be hosted by Invest Northern Ireland and Visit Belfast and supported by a wide range of stakeholders including; Tourism Northern Ireland, Tourism Ireland, Belfast City Council, Belfast International Airport and George Best Belfast City Airport.
Europe’s leading route development forum will return to Poland next year when Routes Europe 2016 will take place in Kraków on 24-26 April, 2016.
Routes Europe 2015, the leading route development forum in Europe, will open this weekend with over 1,200 delegates to discuss where airlines will fly in the future.
It was announced today, during a press conference in Krakow, that Routes Europe will return to Poland in 2016 when the 11th Routes Europe takes place 24-26 April 2016 in Krakow, the historic capital of the Malopolska Region.
A successful Routes Europe event came to a close today in Marseille, which has seen a record number of delegates descend on the city to discuss the future of Europe’s air traffic, making this year’s event the largest regional route development event ever.
The 9th Routes Europe, the largest route development event for the European region, will open this weekend in Marseille, France.
One of the highlights of this year’s Routes Europe Strategy Summit will be the keynote address from Frédéric Gagey, Chairman & CEO of Air France. The Summit, which is sponsored by Edmonton International Airport, will provide a valuable insight into aviation across the region, as panels of leading industry experts take part in a number of moderator led discussions addressing key air service development issues.
After a successful Routes Europe event in Budapest, which with 1,100 delegates was the largest regional route development event ever, Budapest Airport officially handed over to Marseille-Provence Airport, the host of the 2014 event.
After a successful Routes Europe event in Budapest, which, with 1,100 delegates, was the largest regional route development event ever, Budapest Airport officially handed over to Marseille-Provence Airport, the host of the 2014 event. Speaking at the eighth Routes in Budapest, Pierre Régis, managing director, Marseille Provence Airport commented: “Marseille-Provence Airport is proud and honoured to host the Routes Europe event in 2014, and to share all of the new opportunities that are being unveiled at this very moment, as the new Marseille is also this year’s European Capital of Culture!”
Taking place on Sunday, May 12, 2013, the Routes Europe Strategy Summit will open Routes Europe in Budapest. Following on from its successful debut at last year’s Routes Europe Event, the Summit will provide a valuable insight into aviation across the region, as panels of leading industry experts take part in a number of moderator led discussions addressing key air service development issues.