The first Canadian Routes Americas will take place in 2019 following a successful bid from Québec City Jean Lesage International Airport. Routes Americas brings together airports, airlines, tourism authorities and governments to plan future air services.
Routes Americas to take place in North America for the first time in 2015 as the event heads to Denver. After a record event in San Salvador which saw 487 delegates registered to attend the event, more than ever before, the Ministry of Tourism El Salvador have officially handed the event over to Denver, the host destination for the 8th Routes Americas event.
Denver, Colorado, USA was today named as the host city for the 8thRoutes Americas event, which will take place in February 2015 and hosted by Denver International Airport, supported by Visit Denver. This will mark the first time that Routes Americas, the route development forum for the entire Americas region, will be held in North America.
After a record breaking event in Cartagena, which saw over 400 delegates in attendance Sociedad Aeroportuaria de la Costa have handed the event over to El Salvador the host destination of the seventh Routes Americas event which will take place in early 2014. The honourable minister of tourism José Napoleón Duarte Durán was instrumental in securing the hosting of the 2014 event which will welcome the region’s aviation industry leaders to El Salvador and show what the country can offer as a tourist destination as well as its great potential for business.
Routes Americas 2013, which will take place in Cartagena, Colombia from 10-12 February, will see the strongest airline list ever assembled at the event. For the first time, the top 20 scheduled carriers in the Americas will all be in attendance.
The sixth Routes Americas, held in association with ALTA, will take place on February 10th-12th 2013 in Cartagena de Indias, Colombia hosted by Sociedad Aeroportuaria de la Costa. The event, which is the annual gathering of air service decision makers for the entire Americas region, will bring together more than 350 delegates from airports, airlines, tourism authorities and other industry stakeholders from across the Americas to discuss air service development.