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.
It was announced today that Aberdeen City and Shire will host Routes Europe 2015. The announcement, which took place during a press conference at the Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre (AECC), where the event will be held from April 12-14, 2015, was attended by Cllr. Barney Crockett, Leader of the Council, Aberdeen City Council; Dawn Schultz, City Promotions Manager Economic&Business Development, Aberdeen City Council; Cllr.
In six weeks time, Europe’s aviation community will meet at Routes Europe, taking place 12-14 May. Over 100 Airlines are expected to attend Routes Europe in 2013 and already almost 200 airline delegates representing 96 carriers have registered to attend the event confirming that this year is set to be the biggest gathering yet of Europe’s key decision makers.
A successful Routes Europe event has come to a close in Tallinn after welcoming a record number of delegates to the Estonian capital to discuss the future of Europe’s air traffic. The event has now been officially handed over to Budapest Airport, the host of the 2013 event.
It was announced today that the 9th Routes Europe event will take place in Marseille in April 2014.
The 9th Routes Europe event will take place in Marseille in April 2014 it was confirmed earlier. Marseille-Provence Airport was officially signed as the 2014 Host towards the end of last week and the announcement was made during the 7th Routes Europe event which is currently being held in Tallinn.
Routes Europe, now in its 7th year, will see a record number of attendees when the 2012 event opens in Tallinn in four days’ time. The event will be hosted by Tallinn Airport at the Radisson Blu Hotel Olümpia in Estonia’s historic capital.
Sales for Routes Europe 2012, the only network planning forum for all of the European region, officially opened today. The seventh instalment of the event will take place May 20th-22nd 2012 and, hosted by Tallinn Airport, will be held in Tallinn the historic capital city of Estonia.