Abu Dhabi to Host World Routes Conference 2012

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Wednesday, 5 October 2011

Abu Dhabi Airports Company will host the next World Routes Conference in Abu Dhabi running from 30 September to 3 October 2012. More than 3,500 senior aviation professionals from around the world are expected to attend.

The World Routes conference is an industry-wide renowned event in the aviation sectors calendar. It is attended by senior and decision making personnel including airlines, airports, industry bodies, and is a yearly event rotated worldwide and has proven to be an excellent networking, business building and social event.

The 18th World Route Development Forum Abu Dhabi 2012 is expected to be the largest ever planned, as 3,500-4,000 decision-making delegates are estimated to attend the event.

Abu Dhabi Airports Companys CEO, James E. Bennett said an event of this magnitude will give Abu Dhabi Airports a golden opportunity to showcase to the Routes audience, Abu Dhabi as a business and leisure destination, as well as the award winning services that Abu Dhabi International Airport is offering to its airlines-partners.

 Mr. Bennett, CEO at Abu Dhabi Airports Company, said, Hosting the next Routes in Abu Dhabi demonstrates the Emirates position as a leading driver in the aviation industry. We look forward to welcoming aviation professionals to see our dynamic city and discuss the growth opportunities of air services to Abu Dhabi. The event will showcase Abu Dhabi as a thriving business and tourism destination and it gives us great honour to be the next hosting company.

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