‘Slots’ of route development opportunities in Melbourne

anna.aero’s Editor, Ralph Anker, Nicky Eakins, International Sales Executive, and Jon Lassetter, Business Development Manager

Melbourne, Wednesday: On the starting blocks for slots: All ready to race ahead with the next edition of our on-site “Melbourne Slots” news publication – anna.aero’s Editor, Ralph Anker, Nicky Eakins, International Sales Manager, and Jon Lassetter, Business Development Manager.

The anna.aero team are on-site at the IATA 127th Schedules Conference in Melbourne where we have been invited to produce another in our series of on-site news publications reporting on this 1,000-delegate, 50-exhibitor twice-annual event – now the largest in the IATA calendar.

While the conference majors on allocating and managing take-off and landing slots at major airports across the world, in recent years the “Slots Conference” has also emerged into an important meeting place for airline and airport network developers,  and now boasts an exhibition of 50 airport exhibitors (which certainly isn’t just limited to slot-constrained airports).

The first “Arrivals Edition” of anna.aero’s “Melbourne Slots” is already available and features a “Corporate Strategy” discussion with Chris Woodruff, Melbourne Airport’s CEO in which he explains the importance of his airport’s embrace of a cultural awareness of China and India, to which new Beijing and Delhi services are launching next month.

A “Departures Edition” of “Melbourne Slots” (including airport exhibitor listing, profiles and floorplan) will be available in print in Melbourne on Friday and also distributed electronically by a special anna.aero bulletin.

 Kerstin Schweitzer Head of Business Development Cologne Bonn Airport

On her booth in Melbourne: Kerstin Schweitzer Head of Business Development Cologne Bonn Airport. Read all about who Kerstin meets at the IATA Slots Conference in Friday’s edition of “Melbourne Slots.”

Downloadable “Arrivals Edition” of anna.aero’s “Melbourne Slots:” Already available in printed form for delegates in Melbourne  this includes a “Corporate Strategy” discussion with Chris Woodruff, Melbourne Airport’s CEO in which he explains the importance of embracing a cultural awareness of the vital Chinese and India markets to which new Beijing and Delhi services are launching next month.


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