Routes News issue 1, 2012
On the move
With a massive resort complex soon to open and the upgrade of its main airport in full swing, The Bahamas looks set for a bright future, writes Oliver Clark.
Henri Hié, vice president of routes, Americas, Air France.
Chris Mangos, director, marketing division Miami International Airport.
Oliver Clark takes a look at the ‘new’ United’s route development strategy.
A good return
Richard Maslen reports on the highlights from the first ever Invest & Manage Airports conference in London.
Beijing will soon overtake Atlanta as the world’s busiest airport, but how different are these two aviation giants? OAG’s Rob Shaw investigates.
Alberta’s booming oil industry is proving a major boost to Edmonton International Airport’s passenger traffic, writes Mark Smulian.
James Brass analyses the potential impact on route development of aviation’s inclusion in the EU’s ETS.
Jeremy Robinson provides a brief guide to the legal and commercial challenges of starting a new airline.
Chris Beanland looks at the route development strategy of Santiago’s main gateway.
Routes News takes a look at the latest innovative ways airlines and airports are using social media.
Routes events update
Best in class
Abu Dhabi Airports Company’s marketing strategy was voted the world’s best at World Routes 2011, but what is the secret of its success? Oliver Clark finds out.
View from the top
Routes News talks to the new CEO of PATA, Martin Craigs, about his priorities for 2012.