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Cebu ROUTES ASIA


The panel discussed the problem of airport congestion


Jetstar seeks board support


Tourist boards need to work more closely with airlines to help sell the destinations they represent. In an on-stage interview, Jetstar


executive manager commercial planning Alan McIntyre said getting good-quality, original content from the boards can help sway consumers’ minds when they consider a destination.


He added: “What is the essence of this destination? That is what we want to hear from the tourist boards and we want to put it on our website.” McIntyre said airports must


Matt Yarrow admitted that the airline is often forced to accept “sub-optimal slots”, leaving aircraft on the ground for a considerable time. However, Finnair


vice-president traffic planning Rikke Munk Christensen urged airlines to compromise, adding: “Carriers need to work with the airport to find out how constrained they are; what their constraints are; and what timings can you expect.”


VOX POP ChangBin Zeng,


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VOX POP Simon Edwards,


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airline business development manager, London Gatwick Airport


airlines and the main message we’re trying to get across is there is a perception that London doesn’t have any capacity – but we do, so we need to get that message out.


“We’re here to engage with key target ”


senior staff, Haikou Tourism Development Commission


“Routes Asia helps Haikou to


work closer with the world, and we expect to meet again at the next one.





Discovering the delights of Cebu


Routes Asia 2019 delegates kicked off the event on the Saturday by taking one of the three complimentary tours in and around Cebu.


Laid on by the hosts, the Philippine


Department of Tourism, the trips consisted of two half-day tours of the city itself, exploring its history and culture, while full-day visits to some of the region’s best beaches were also available with an island-hopping safari. Meanwhile, the Bohol countryside


Delegates enjoy a tour of historic Cebu


tour allowed delegates to find out more about the region’s local flora and fauna, including the famous Chocolate Hills.


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consider the support they can offer airlines setting up new routes, including marketing incentives and using ground handlers that understand an LCC’s needs. Similarly, governments


need to resist the urge to


raise taxes, a problem seen all over the world, he claimed. He added: “We are putting


a very expensive asset into a market and we are stimulating that market. [Governments need


to] encourage us to put assets into their market rather than another.” McIntyre also said the airline


is keen to know security procedures are efficient, as it benefits both parties: the airline will see happy customers boarding its flights, while the airport will benefit from more time spent among the airside shops.


Jetstar’s Alan McIntyre said tourist boards can help airlines


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