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Article from BTNews 17 FEBRUARY 2020

Routes Europe heads to Poland

Poland’s third-largest city, Lodz, has been selected to host the Routes Europe 2021 development forum on 26–28 April next year at the Expo-Lodz convention centre. The event will be hosted by Lodz Airport and Poland’s Air Navigation Services agency and Civil Aviation Authority.

Routes events are dedicated to the development of new air services. Five regional gatherings are held between February and July in the Americas, Asia, Europe and Africa, with the flagship World Routes conference in September.

Routes director of events Steven Small said: “As the main stage for Europe’s leading airline decision makers, Routes Europe will provide a platform for Lodz to raise awareness and demonstrate the market opportunity central Poland offers to Europe’s leading and fastest-growing airlines.

“We are very excited to be working with Lodz Airport and their strategic partners to bring Routes Europe to the city in 2021. With the airport celebrating its 95th anniversary this year, the selection comes at an exciting time for one of Europe's last undiscovered cities.”

Small added with the infrastructure and capacity for 2m passengers annually, the airport offers substantial opportunities for the European route development community: “I am confident Routes Europe will stimulate significant growth in air connectivity and shine a spotlight on Central Poland.”

For a BTN profile of Lodz, see www.btnews.co.uk/article/7959

www.routesonline.com

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