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America’s top airlines line up for Routes Americas

The top 15 airlines by ASKs for the region confirm their attendance at the only air service development forum uniting the Americas, Kimberley Hall reports
All 15 of America’s top airlines by ASKs have registered their attendance for Routes Americas 2019.
Taking place in Canada for the first time, the 12th Routes Americas will bring together the region’s leading airlines, airports, destinations and other aviation stakeholders to discuss and negotiate new and existing air services, with thousands of high-level meetings taking place.
More than 75 carriers, represented by over 130 delegates, are already confirmed for the event, which will take place in Québec City, Canada on 12-14 February.
Senior decision makers from some of the region’s leading flag, regional and low-cost carriers include:
Executive Director of Network Strategy & Alliances – Aeromar
Director of Planning – Allegiant Air
Director of Network Planning – Avianca
International Business Development Director – GOL
Director, Strategic Planning & Airline Partnerships – Southwest Airlines
Director, Network Planning – Spirit Airlines
Senior Manager, International Network Planning – United Airlines
Head of Planning – Viva Air
America’s top airlines by ASKs:
American Airlines
United Airlines
Delta Air Lines
Southwest Airlines
Air Canada
LATAM Airlines Group
JetBlue Airways
Alaska Airlines
Spirit Airlines
British Airways
Copa Airlines
Airports and tourism authorities can now submit priority meeting requests with their target airlines. More than 800 face-to-face meetings have already been scheduled for the event. Find out more about the meeting request system or book your place today. 

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