Tuesday, May 28, 2019
AIM Group International, the event’s PCO appointed by SEA Milan Airports, promoted at IMEX Frankfurt the 26th World Routes Development Forum in 2020, the global meeting place for every airline, airport and aviation stakeholders, as well as tourism authorities worldwide.
This important event will be hosted by SEA Milan Airports, with the support of Lombardy Region, the City of Milan and ENIT, and will take place in Milan at MiCo congress center from 5thto 8thSeptember 2020, offering a huge opportunity to increase the visibility of Milan and develop new and further flight international and overseas connections.
The event represents an unrivalled platform for professionals to discuss, develop and plan network strategies and route development on a global scale, offering the opportunity to liaise with the senior decision makers (chairpersons, CEOs, managing directors) of the major airlines, airport and tourist bodies.
It has been proven that establishing new flight connections and developing airports activity has a direct impact to the destination, in terms of business, tourism and meetings market. So Tourism Authorities, Convention Bureaus and other Destination Entities could find a great opportunity to participate in strategies definition as well as to give visibility to their destination’s strengthens.
In particular, the event will offer different meeting formats:
Furthermore, the evening networking events and the hospitality programme provide an informal setting for delegates to foster new and develop existing business relationships.
The expected facts and figures of World Routes 2020:
“We are proud to participate in the realisation of this important world appointment acquired by the city of Milan thanks to a strong collaboration of the major local institutions and industry providers” underlines Flaminia Roberti, Global Sales Director of AIM Group International. “We are eager to make this event successful for all the stakeholders”.
World Routes Milan will officially kick off on September 24th in Australia, when the 2019 Host Adelaide will pass the torch to Milanduring the Handover Ceremony; then a dedicated 2020 website will be published online.