On the move
Ready for take-off
The 2012 opening of Berlin Brandenburg Airport Willy Brandt will transform air travel to Berlin, writes Erica Gingerich.
The easy life
Richard Maslen discovers more about the ambitions and business development plans of easyJet chief executive, Carolyn McCall.
Adam Coulter talks to Virgin Atlantic’s Paul Wait about the carrier’s strategy for continued financial success.
Bob Moser and Joe Bates report on Brazil’s ambitious development plans for its airport system in preparation for hosting the world’s two biggest sporting events.
Frank Satusky, Air Canada’s manager, network planning – international.
Stewart Steeves, Nassau Airport Development Company’s president & CEO.
Peta Tomlinson finds out more about Chong Phit Lian’s eventful first five years with Singapore-based Jetstar Asia Airways and her plans for the future.
Partnerships have played a major role in Singapore’s tourism success story, writes Chris Beanland.
Manchester Metropolitan University’s environmental expert, Professor Callum Thomas, reflects on the implications of climate change for air route development.
How to…do a job swap
Keen to pursue your air service development career under a job swap scheme in another region of the world? Brisbane Airport’s Jasper Spruit and Amsterdam Schiphol’s Ben James tell you how.
Betting on Melbourne
How are Melbourne and Victoria state coping with the changing face of Australian tourism? Peta Tomlinson reports.
Geoff Tudor looks at how the Japanese aviation market is faring six months on from the country’s devastating March earthquake and tsunami.
Ian Putzger finds out more about the growing cargo appeal of central and western China.
Life beyond Reykjavik
Mark Smulian discovers that some of Iceland’s more remote regions are bidding to attract new airlines.
Out of this world
Heidi Brauer, kulula.com’s executive manager for group marketing, talks to Sarah Campbell about the airline’s success story and inter-planetary marketing initiatives.
GMR’s chairman – airports, Kiran Kumar Grandhi, tells Routes News about his plans for India’s capital city gateway.
Breaking new ground
Montréal’s Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport is hoping to become a key gateway between North America and Asia, writes Ian Putzger.
What impact will Boeing’s newly certified B787 Dreamliner have on route development? Bernard Fitzsimons investigates.
Nadja Assfalg considers the impact the soon-to-be-introduced EU’s Emissions Trading Scheme will have on the world’s airlines.
Are airports making enough out of being the gateway to famous film set locations? Chris Beanland investigates.
Hat’s off to Panama
National flag carrier Copa and Panama City’s Tocumen International Airport are playing vital roles in the country’s tourism boom, writes Chris Kjelgaard.
Who really benefits from the new trend of ‘sister agreements’ between airports? Robin Stone investigates.
Year in review
A lot has happened since the last World Routes in Vancouver – here are some of the highlights.
Airline IT Trends Survey
The world’s airlines will spend around $20 billion on information technology and telecommunications (IT&T) in 2011, up 1.8% on last year, according to the 2011 Airline IT Trends Survey.
Routes events update
View from the top
Routes News catches up with European Low Fares Airline Association (ELFAA) secretary general, John Hanlon.