Routes News issue 4, 2012
On the move
Swedavia‘s director new & strategic accounts, Elizabeth Axtelius.
With new routes to London and Nairobi, Korean Air is pursuing an ambitious growth strategy this year, writes Gary Noakes.
Room to grow
Oliver Clark finds out more about the route development plans of Routes CIS host, Koltsovo Airport.
All roads lead to Moscow
Aviation’s growth across the CIS region shows no signs of slowing down, especially for Russia’s capital airports, writes ASM’s Deirdre Fulton.
Sunny side up
Debbie Ward finds out more about the unspoilt island destination of the Seychelles.
Routes News takes a look at the latest innovative ways airlines and airports are using social media.
Keeping it simple
Oliver Clark speaks to IndiGo CCO, Sanjay Kumar, about the carrier’s successful business model.
Spotlight on Africa
Momberger’s Martin Lamprecht provides a snapshot of the latest airport development news from across the African continent.
Reach for the sky
Mark Smulian talks to the CEO of SkyWork Airlines about the carrier’s network strategy.
David Lanham explores the potential for direct services between Australia and the CIS.
Building Africa’s airport city
Dom Welling discovers more about plans to create the continent’s first ‘aerotropolis’ in the metropolitan municipality of Ekurhuleni in South Africa.
Routes Europe report back
A record number of delegates gathered in Tallinn for Routes Europe, and they were given a warm welcome to Estonia with a stirring performance by thousands of singers and an appearance by the country’s president.
Routes Airport Marketing Awards
Routes events update
View from the top
Eric Herbane, the chairman of EUACA, talks to Routes News about the group’s priorities in 2012 and why he believes it has never been important for airlines, airports and regulators to share their data..