On the move
Aiming for the skies
Willie Walsh has big plans to make IAG a truly global brand, writes Oliver Clark.
Daniel Skjeldam, Norwegian’s chief operating officer.
Guy Stephenson, Gatwick Airport’s commercial director.
IATA’s new director general and CEO, Tony Tyler, talks to Joe Bates about leadership, airline consolidation and the challenges ahead for the aviation industry.
Shock to the system
How do global crises affect route development? OAG’s Mario Hardy analyses their effects.
The City of Chicago and its airlines are reaping the rewards of the multi-billion dollar modernisation of Chicago O’Hare International Airport, writes
Bold and beautiful
With warming relations with mainland China and
a host of visitor attractions, Taiwan is becoming an ever-more popular tourist destination, writes Debbie Ward.
A new beginning
Airlines are resuming flights to Libya following the fall of the Gaddafi regime, but are they returning too quickly? Oliver Clark investigates.
Top of the World
With a vision to become a connecting point to Asia and the expansion of national airline TAME under way, Ecuador is hoping for a boom in tourism, writes Oliver Clark.
Routes News finds out more about the secret of the success of one of the world’s fastest growing gateways, Dubai International Airport.
Going the distance
Bernard Fitzsimons looks at how regional jets and turboprops can help open new routes and consolidate existing markets.
A group of French regional airports are cooperating to help attract new airlines and routes, but is it working? Chris Beanland investigates.
Catering to demand
Joe Bates discovers more about Kuala Lumpur International Airport’s decision to build a new dedicated budget terminal for its low-cost carriers.
World Routes report back
– Berlin Brandenburg Airport tour
– Major Announcements
– Strategy Summit
– Routes Talks
– Route Exchange
– Berlin Networking Evening
– Hosted Networking Stands
– Future Routes
Routes events update
Looking for airport investors?
The Invest & Manage event, which will take place in London from December 8–9, is gaining momentum, with Denver International Airport (DIA) among the latest confirmed airport attendees.
View from the top
Routes News gets up close and personal with Chris Zweigenthal, chief executive of the Airlines Association of Southern Africa (AASA).