Milan will be the scene of the first face-to-face meeting of the international aviation sector after the pandemic: World Routes 2021. From October 10 to 12, airlines, airports and global connectivity professionals will meet again to address the future of the industry and its incipient recovery.
The committee faces this edition with the aim of activating those connections that were not implemented as a result of the pandemic. In addition, it will meet with key agents of the main airlines, both those that already operate in Bilbao Bizkaia, and those that may be interested in doing so in order to strengthen the connectivity of the territory.
“Although the domestic market in 2021 has already worked at full capacity in terms of destinations, it’s urgent to address the reactivation of the international market, with the firm intention that next year we will have recovered all the routes that we had before the pandemic”, they point out from the committee.
World Routes is a “very powerful” event to meet these objectives, “in a particularly interesting exercise because the sector is eager to reactivate contacts after this break. It will allow us to meet again, share interests and experiences with airports, as well as other promotion agencies, both nationally and internationally, to keep up to date with the latest trends and perspectives in the sector for the autumn-winter season, and, above all, for the summer season 2022”.
With the support of the Basque Government, and sharing space with the promotion agencies of the Vitoria – Gasteiz and Hondarribia – San Sebastián airports, the Bilbao Airport Route Development Committee will have its own stand at the fair, which will allow it to win visibility and have a meeting space around the destination.