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eTurboNews : Routes Africa in Seychelles - final week to request your meetings!
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In just over two weeks time, the largest Routes Africa event to date will open in Victoria, the stunning capital of the Seychelles, with a record number of airlines in attendance.

With scheduling now entering its final phase, the Routes organizers are saying that it is important to make sure that everyone has requested their meetings.

The most recent airline to register for the route development forum for the entire Africa region is United Airlines from the USA, who will make their inaugural appearance at the event. Their attendance also marks the first time that a North American carrier has attended Routes Africa. Other recent registrations came in the form of Kenya Airways and Comair, along with other first-time attendees ECair, Nasair & Mango. The complete and up-to-date list of attending airlines are as follows:

Air Austral Air Charter International Air Seychelles Ltd. Arik Air Ltd. Astral Aviation Ltd. Bulgarian Air Charter Ltd. Comair Inc. ECAir Emirates Ethiopian Airlines Etihad Airways Iberia Airlines Kenya Airways Kulula.com Malaysia Airlines Cargo (MASkargo) Mango Mega Maldives Nasair Nasair (Eritrea) Qatar Airways RwandAir South African Airways Turkish Airlines United Airlines Zambezi Airlines

Routes Africa 2012 will also see a number of airports in attendance for the first time, including Bangalore International Airport, Sharjah Airport Authority, Stockholm Arlanda Airport, and Djibouti International Airport, who will attend their first-ever Routes event. Most recent registrations came from The National Airports Corporation, Civil Aviation Authority of Zimbabwe, and another first-time attendee at Routes Africa, Ras Al Khaimah International Airport, who has also taken sponsorship of the event registration.

The event will also see a strong participation from the region's tourism authorities with over 20 now registered to attend. Tourism authorities represented in the Seychelles will include: Madagascar National Tourism Office, Malawi Ministry of Tourism, Wildlife & Culture, Botswana Ministry of Environment, Wildlife & Tourism and most recently South African Tourism, and Zimbabwe Ministry of Tourism and Hospitality Industry.

Airports attending Routes Africa in Seychelles are:

Abu Dhabi Airports Company Aeroportos De Mozambique Aeroports du Mali Airports of Mauritius Co. Ltd. Bamako Senou International Airport Bangalore International Airport Beira Cairo International Airport Civil Aviation Authority of Zimbabwe Civil Aviation Authority,Uganda Copenhagen Airports A/S Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport Djibouti Entebbe International Airport Frankfurt Airport Gambia Civil Aviation Authority Ghana Airports Company Limited Istanbul Sabiha Gokcen International Airport Jomo Kenyatta International Airport Julius Nyerere International Airport Kenya Airports Authority Kilimanjaro International Airport Kotoka International Airport Libreville International Airport Liege Airport Maputo International Airport Mombasa International Airport Mwanza Airport Nampula Pemba, Mozambique Quelimane Ras Al Khaimah International Airport Sharjah International Airport Stockholm Arlanda Tanzania Airports Authority Vienna International Airport

And Destinations Authorities already confirmed are as follows:

Mauritius Ministry of Tourism and Leisure Mozambique Ministry of Tourism Seychelles Tourism Board South African Tourism Tenerife Tourism Corporation Zimbabwe Ministry of Tourism and Hospitality Industry Zimbabwe Tourism Authority

The following Suppliers that have also registered separately:

AFRAA Bombardier Aerospace Bombardier Commercial Aircraft CARNOC.com MUVI Telelvision Swazi Observer Swaziland Civil Aviation Authority TCR International NV The Reporter (Ethiopia) The STAT Trade Times Trepel Airport Equipment

Speaking to the press as the update for Routes Africa was being released, David Stroud, the Executive Vice President, Airports for UBM Aviation Routes, said:

“Preparation for Routes Africa is going extremely well. We currently have over 180 delegates registered, with more airlines and airports represented than at any previous Routes Africa event. A number of highly-respected keynote speakers are confirmed to speak at the Strategy Forum on the afternoon of Sunday, July 8, including Minister Marthinuis Van Schakuyk (Minister of Tourism Republic of South Africa), Mr. Cramer Ball (CEO Air Seychelles), and Mr. Gebremaraim Tewolde (CEO Ethiopian Airlines), which will provide an impactful opening to the event. We are very much looking forward to what promises to be the biggest Routes Africa event in history!”

Alain St.Ange, the Seychelles Minister responsible for Tourism & Culture, has said that the Routes Africa taking place in Seychelles will be a great networking opportunity for North, South, and East, West cooperation in the field of tourism and aviation. It will also open new opportunities for Africa to know more about Africa airlines and its tourism industry.

In the meantime, if it helps to make up the mind, the website address is as follows:

http://www.routesonline.com/events/154/routes-africa-2012/ .

Source: Seychelles Ministry of Tourism & Culture
Publicat de: eTurboNews
Sâmbătă, 23 Iunie 2012 - 04:15 AM
 

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