Have you played Route-lette? The game based on the world’s most powerful airline route search engine

Have you played Route-lette? The game based on the world’s most powerful airline route search engine

1. Choose any airport or city in the world. 2. Spin the wheel. 3. See which partner airport also wants a route there!

Everyone should play Route-lette, just so they can get a feel for the powerful capability of the vacant-route search engine now driving anna.aero’s TheRouteShop.com. Route-lette is great fun and gives you a random answer. But it’s a real deeply-thought about answer based on over 300 anna.aero airport customers advertising nearly 4,000 much-desired routes.

Just playing about with the Route-lette wheel you’ll discover that the management of Lisbon Airport wants a route to Toronto, that Shanghai Pudong wants a service to Miami, while Melbourne wants a service to Bali. Just play it and you’d be surprised what routes you would think were certain to work – but are not even served. Who would imagine that Hamburg to Faro is unserved?

Whether an airport is an anna.aero customer or not, we include every airport in the world (defined for us by Innovata as an airport operating at least one weekly scheduled service) and ANY reference to that airport is tagged to any one of 6,000 network planning related articles from the entire anna.aero archive, including analysis (and Cake of the Week pictures) from over 14,000 route launches.

List your routes for just €999 (1¢ per 1,000 readers)

Just like anna.aero, TheRouteShop.com is totally open – there are no irritating logins or passwords. Airports wanting to advertise to anna.aero’s unique visitor audience now exceeding 100,000/month – more than one million 2013 – can list routes on anna.aero’s TheRouteShop.com for as little for as €999/$1,399 for whole year, or 1¢ per 1,000 expert readers. It’s just sooooo powerful, and sooooo cheap.


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