Routes Reconnected kicks off soon – is media partner

Routes Reconnected kicks off soon – is media partner

Time is passing fast until Routes Reconnected begins on 30 November.

Running until 4 December, this is Routes’ first hybrid event, which will combine both virtual and live proceedings.

Amsterdam will host the live part, with the airport now the busiest in Europe.

The purpose of the five-day event: to bring together the global route community to stimulate recovery by rebuilding routes throughout the world. 

With 115 airlines and 275 airports and destinations expected to attend, both physically and virtually, it is one not to miss – with in full attendance as media partner.

Three Hybrid Dailies for Routes Reconnected – bringing you all the action will produce three Hybrid Dailies.  

They’ll be packed with news, exclusive analysis, and coverage from both the live and virtual stages. See our previous jam-packed Show Dailies.

With two magazines printed in Amsterdam, all three publications will be available digitally to all registered attendees.

They’ll also be made available to all subscribers and visitors.

There’s no need to miss out on any of the action – so join us to support the event and reconnect our industry!

Routes Reconnected kicks off soon – is media partner

Under the Reconnected Media Partnership, will produce two printed magazines in Amsterdam on December 1 and 2 for distribution to delegates at the live event, followed by a third entirely-digital edition to ensure all five days of the hybrid event are fully reported on in the style you all love. All publications will have dual digital distribution on and Routes channels.

Routes Reconnected with over 30 hours of content 

Alongside airline-airport meetings and networking, there will be over 30 hours of live and on-demand content.

“This will provide unmatched insight, inform future business strategies, and assist the recovery plans of the global route development community,” said Steven Small, Routes’ Brand Director.

Many CEOs will discuss the long-term impacts of coronavirus on their airlines and how they’ll rebuild.  These include:

  • Ben Smith: board director and CEO, Air France-KLM Group
  • József Váradi: Wizz Air CEO
  • Pieter Elbers, KLM President and CEO
  • Anko van der Werff, Avianca CEO
  • Martin Gauss, airBaltic CEO
  • Peter Foster, Air Astana CEO
  • Stefen Pichler, Royal Jordan President and CEO

Routes Reconnected kicks off soon – is media partner


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