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ROUTES AMERICAS Québec


Indianapolis steps up for Routes Americas 2020


Routes Americas 2019 culminated in the handover ceremony, which saw Indianapolis passed the baton for the 2020 event. The show will be held from


February 4-6, when it will be jointly hosted by the Indiana Economic Development Corporation, the Indianapolis Airport Authority and Visit Indy – the city’s tourist board. A popular convention and


tourism destination, famed for hosting the Indy500 auto race, Indianapolis is becoming renowned for hosting major events and is also known for its unique brand of hospitality. Steven Small, brand director of


Routes, said: “Indianapolis has a reputation for hosting great events, so we are very excited to be taking the route development community there to experience its renowned hospitality. “It’s an


exciting time for our hosts and we are confident that hosting Routes Americas 2020 will help them to achieve their ambitions.” The ceremony was held as Québec City Jean Lesage International Airport revealed the benefits of hosting the 2019 event. CEO Gaëtan Gagné said he had already signed a tentative agreement with low-cost start-up Jetlines and strengthened its business and trust relationships with airlines from around the world.


The winners show off their trophies at the Routes Americas 2019 Marketing Awards


Oakland wins top award


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María Claudia Gedeón Cueter,


corporate affairs manager, Sociedad Aeropuertos del Caribe SA


connectivity with South America, and we’re close to achieving that through a number of conversations with airlines.





Oakland International Airport was the main winner at the Routes Americas 2019 Marketing Awards when it scooped the top trophy. The airport was named overall winner having won the 4-20 million passengers category, thanks to the introduction of 10 new


“We came here in the hope of improving


destinations and 14 new routes, coupled with a 4% increase in passenger numbers


to 13.6 million. Oakland also


provided more than $5 million in support in


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Elliott Paige, airport director, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport


“We’ve been looking at growth into new, unserved international markets.


Routes Americas and World Routes are the two we typically focus on where we can meet our partners, both present and potential.





the form of waived fees and cooperative marketing funds for the new routes, as well as other marketing activities such as developing a bespoke 30-minute TV show highlighting some of its new air services. John Albrecht, manager aviation


marketing for the Port of Oakland, said: “This acknowledgement is especially welcome, as it comes from the airlines we work with around the world.”


Other winners on the night included Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport in the airport under 4 million passengers, while the award for airports with more than 20 million passengers was won by São Paulo-Guarulhos Airport. The destination marketing award was won by the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority. Highly commended status was awarded to Curaçao-Hato International Airport in the under 4 million category, Cartagena Airport-Rafael Núñez International Airport in the 4-20 million category and Seattle-Tacoma International Airport in the more than 20 million category. Visit Orlando took the honour in the destination marketing section.


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