In the spotlight: oneworld’s Bruce Ashby
Feature: Professional development
Destination reports: Murcia & Tunisia
Interviewed: ALTA’s Alex de Gunten & BA’s Richard Tams
Plus: Berlin city guide & airport marketing audits
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On the move
Richard Tams, British Airways’ head of UK and Ireland sales, talks to Adam Coulter about new routes, cruise ships and business class travel.
Doing it right
ASM’s Rebecca Rowland considers whether it is time for airports to take a fresh perspective on marketing audits.
Christina Foerster, Lufthansa German Airlines vice president network & fleet development.
Pamela Griffith-Jones, GTAA’s chief marketing & commercial development officer and vice president of GTAA.
Land of opportunity
The opening of a new airport, and a determination to offer tourists something unique to the rest of Spain, gives Murcia big potential, writes Oliver Clark.
How to…win an award
Brussels Airport has made a habit of winning marketing awards. Head of aviation marketing, Léon Verhallen, explains its success story.
Always on the agenda
ALTA executive director, Alex de Gunten, reflects on industry efforts to promote safer skies in Latin America and the Caribbean.
How has the Jasmine Revolution in Tunisia affected the North African country’s tourism growth prospects and air services? Chris Beanland investgates.
Plan your visit to Germany’s spectacular capital city with some local insider knowledge.
Nicole Nelson discovers that there is no single path to tread when it comes to preparing for and building a career as an airline route planner.
Coping with growth
Xi’an Xianyang’s Wolfgang Weil talks to Joe Bates about the huge growth potential of China’s eighth largest airport.
Shanghai Pudong International Airport’s Zhang Qin, talks to Joe Bates about winning ACI Asia-Pacific’s 2011 Young Executive of the Year Award.
Routes Africa report back
Routes Europe report back
Routes events update
View from the top
Routes News gets up close and personal with oneworld CEO, Bruce Ashby.