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Awards WORLD ROUTES


world routes


World Routes 2017 Marketing Awards. The awards will be announced at the Networking Evening on September 25


The Palau


Sant Jordi in Barcelona


The 2017 shortlist


Individual Award for Outstanding Contribution to Routes Development • Ignacio Biosca, Aena • Beat Kisseleff, Air New Zealand • Jo-Anne Arends, Aruba Airport Authority • Ioanna Papadopoulou, Athens International Airport


• Uel Hoey, Belfast International Airport • Léon Verhallen, Brussels Airport • Yil Surehan, Boston Logan International Airport/ Massport


• Paul van den Brink, Cape Town Air Access • Christian Kaeser, Nuremberg Airport • Hampton Brown Sr, San Diego County Regional Airport Authority


• Stephanie Wear, Tenerife Tourism Corporation • Gabriel Schmilovich Isgut, Vueling Airlines


Rewarding new route success stories


One of the highlights of World Routes in Barcelona promises to be the awards ceremony on Monday, September 25, in the Palau Sant Jordi, one of the main venues for the 1992 Olympic Games. The World Routes Marketing Awards recognise new


route successes from across the globe. Airlines nominate the airports and destinations that have provided exceptional marketing support during the launch of new routes or the strengthening of existing services. A new category for individuals has been introduced this


year to acknowledge the personal achievements of route development professionals. The award is open to anyone in the industry; broadening the scope of the awards beyond airports and destinations. The overall winners of this year’s regional Routes


Marketing Awards - Denver International Airport (Americas), Singapore Changi Airport (Asia) and Munich Airport (Europe) – have been automatically shortlisted in their categories. Senior airline executives will judge the airport and destination categories. A panel of executives from the wider aviation industry will review the award for individuals. Steven Small, brand director of Routes, said: “The


World Routes 2017 Marketing Awards are extremely competitive and the quality of the entries was very high. I would like to congratulate the people and organisations who have made it this far.”


Under 4 Million Passengers Award • Cork Airport • George Best Belfast City Airport • Nuremberg Airport • Olbia Costa Smeralda Airport • Shannon Airport


4-20 Million Passengers Award • Auckland Airport • Birmingham Airport • Kraków Airport • Naples International Airport • Prague Airport


20-50 Million Passengers Award • Athens International Airport • Copenhagen Airport • Dublin Airport • Munich Airport • Oslo Airport • Vancouver International Airport


Over 50 Million Passengers Award • Amsterdam Airport Schiphol • Denver International Airport • Heathrow Airport • Hong Kong International Airport • Singapore Changi Airport


Destination Award • Canary Islands Tourist Board • Madrid Destino • Malta Tourism Authority • The Philippines’ Department of Tourism • Tenerife Tourism Corporation • Tourism Ireland


routesonline.com ROUTES NEWS 2017 ISSUE 5 113


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