Big Low Cost Airlines now Confirmed for World Routes 2012

By Cruise

World Itineraries, 18th World Route Development Forum is going to take place from Sept 29, to Oct 2, 2012 and is hosted by Abu Dhabi Airports Company (ADAC) and supported by official carrier Etihad Airways and Abu Dhabi Tourism & Culture Authorities. World Routes is the one of the biggest global event of its kind that this year is going to take place in Abu Dhabi, the capital of the UAE, one of the easiest accessible and centrally positioned cities on earth.
Wizz Air, which is the biggest low-fare, low-cost airline in Central and Eastern Europe have just stated their registration for World Routes in the capital of the United Arab Emirates, they finish a contingent of all of the basis European Low Cost Carriers that are signed up to the event. EasyJet, Wizz, Norwegian, Vueling and Germanwings are all going to host tables at the event to take meetings with airports and travel authorities to decide the future of Europe’s air services.
Up to three hundred airlines are expected to join World Routes in the capital of UAE, consisting and a strong presence from the Americas with all 4 US majors coming; American Airlines, US Airways, Delta Airlines, and United, the world’s largest carrier. From Latin America, Copa and Aeromexico are sending high level delegation and within Asia there is a high Chinese presence with China Southern, China Eastern, Hainan, Air China as well as major carriers such as Malaysia Airlines, Philippine Airlines, JAL, ANA, Vietnam Airlines and Hong Kong Airlines. The Middle East is also good represented with Emirates, Etihad, Qatar, Gulf Air, Flydubai plus some airlines that are quite smaller such as Air Arabia (1st timer) and Bahrain Air.
With this event are expected to attract more than 2,500 delegates, 1,000 airports, over 250 airlines, 200 tourism authorities and 250 CEOs, World Routes, the flagship event of the UBM Aviation Routes business, is going to be the largest event of its kind to date and the airline community is signing up in force.