We’re gonna need a bigger Airbus! (Qatar, Ethiopian, SWISS, others join Airbus-sponsored anna.aero-Budapest Airport Runway Run)
We are going to need the equivalent of three A350-900s to fly in all 1,000 runners targeted for the Airbus-sponsored anna.aero-Budapest Airport Runway Run if the flurry of entrants continues with bookings up over 300% on this time last year, when a total of 609 competitors took part in the air transport industry’s signature charity race.
Today is the last day to get the low price for the Airbus-sponsored anna.aero-Budapest Airport Runway Run – its €30 today but goes up to €50 tomorrow. All entry fees are entirely donated to international child cancer charities and other good causes.
In a massive step of recognition for the importance of the anna.aero-Budapest Airport Runway Run as the leading sporting charity event for the global aviation industry, Airbus has stepped up as the main sponsor of the good causes.
Once he flew around Europe, transforming the lives of ordinary consumers with low fares. Now he’s back from the other side with information that could save European airports from unprofitability. Michael Cawley is half superhero, half man, and half accountant, and he’s on stage in Prague next week. All regional airports need to come and listen.
Monarch Airlines’ Head of Network Development, Marjan Schoeke, has signed up to September’s anna.aero-Budapest Airport Runway Run with the hope that he can bring a Monarch team to compete for the key Golden Cake Trophy of “Fastest Airline In The World.”
Lufthansa CEO leads ACI EUROPE Prague airline line-up; star role for Michael Cawley with special advice for airports
Should there be more services such as the ground-breaking Emirates Milan-New York route? European airports are obviously very keen on this trade, particularly when it means non-EU airlines can take on routes which the home carriers have left vacant.
He once came third in the Frankfurt Marathon with a time of 2:16 but now the new airberlin CEO is on pole position to win “The Fastest Airline CEO In The World” in the anna.aero-Budapest Runway Run in September.
Former Ryanair boss Michael Cawley, the most-welcomed and most-feared man to ever set foot in the board rooms Europe’s airports, is to address ACI EUROPE’s Annual Congress in Prague on: “Most airports are loss-making, is this inevitable, or are there better ways?”
Wow your friends on the Croisette this summer with this technical shirt for all finishers taking part in the CONNECT Kerry Airport Canter – two early-morning runs taking place at CONNECT, sponsored by the anna.aero Budapest Airport Runway Run.
anna.aero and Budapest Airport want even more women to take part in the Budapest Runway Run, the air transport industry’s annual charity race which takes place on the airport’s Runway 13R-31L on 5 September.
Belfast International Airport’s Managing Director, Graham Keddie, and Director of Commercial Development, Brian Carlin, shake hands on a €200 bet to beat one another in the 10km Budapest Runway Run, the annual air transport industry charity race on the airport’s Runway 13R-31L.
Reinvented tourist-boss Cawley and new EU Transport Commissioner to fire up ACI EUROPE Prague Congress
ACI EUROPE Annual Congress Prague: The EU’s new Transport Commissioner, Violeta Bulc, will give the keynote speech, while delegates will be sitting on the edge of their seats to hear what Michael Cawley has to say – the former COO and Deputy CEO of Ryanair is now Chairman of Fáilte Ireland, the Irish national tourism development authority.