World Routes 2021 takes place in just a week’s time (Milan, 10-12 October), providing a much-anticipated in-person reconnection of the global route development community. Almost 600 organisations are currently registered to attend, including 220+ airlines.
Almost 700 runners took part in the ninth Budapest Airport-anna.aero Runway Run, partnered with Lufthansa Technik and numerous supportive sponsors. As always, there were many prizes to be won, with home team Wizz Air defending its title of ‘The Fastest Airline in the World’.
The Budapest Airport Runway Run 9.0 takes place tomorrow – but you should take a swab for a stem cell match today
The Budapest Runway Run has raised €110,000 for stem-cell swaps to help little girls like Esha Nadeswaran, a four year old from London who has leukaemia. Esha desperately needs a bone marrow transplant within the next month, but her South Asian heritage is terribly under-represented on the worldwide network of stem cell registers. To register your tissue, all you have to do is spit in a tube – go to Google and find out how today.
The global route development community meets in Milan next month (10-12 October) for World Routes 2021. A stellar conference programme has been announced, featuring strong airline briefings from Ryanair, easyJet, Wizz Air, SAS, SunExpress, Eurowings Discover, and Flynas, alongside a series of keynote panel sessions.
World Routes 2021 takes place next month (Milan, 10-12 October), providing a much-anticipated in-person reconnection of the global route development community. Over 400 organisations are currently registered to attend, including more than 200 airlines.
Ryanair has announced a new base opening at Newcastle Airport for summer 2022, with two based aircraft, 63 departing flights per week and 19 routes in total. This includes 12 new connections to destinations across Europe from March 2022.
We recently shared ABC Radio Darwin’s interview with anna.aero Publisher Paul Hogan all about Cake of the Week, inspired by Darwin Airport recently winning the award for QantasLink’s launch to Canberra. Now, read a further in-depth article published on the ABC Radio Darwin website.
anna.aero’s Cake of the Week competition made big news Down Under this week. ABC Radio Darwin ran a special feature on its popular Drive show, hosted by Liz Trevaskis, on Wednesday (7 July 2021), after Darwin Airport was recently awarded Cake of the Week for QantasLink’s launch to Canberra. Listen to the radio interview with anna.aero Publisher Paul Hogan.
The Routes Americas 2021 conference heard from four leading airports – Philadelphia International Airport, SEA Milan Airports, Aeropuertos Dominicanos Siglo XXI (Aerodom), and Lima Airport – on how they have embraced transformation to future-proof their businesses and helped to create a stronger, more resilient industry in the long-term.
The Routes Americas 2021 conference featured a panel discussion focused on ‘Bringing Back Tourism – How to Stimulate Demand?’ Participating in the session were the U.S. Travel Association, Visit Orlando, Disney Destinations, Experience Kissimmee, and Visit Florida.
Tweed New Haven Airport (HVN) partnered with AvPorts on a $100 million investment project to develop the needed infrastructure to have Avelo Airlines establish HVN as its first East Coast base. Jorge Roberts, CEO Avports, Tweed New Haven Regional Airport – Avports, shared details of the project during the Routes Americas 2021 conference.
The Routes Americas 2021 conference heard from the two leading ultra low cost carriers in the Americas – Frontier Airlines and Spirit Airlines – on how they have re-planned their networks during COVID-19, what their major plans are for the next few years to rebuild demand, and what they need from airports during this time.