Airport authorities from various nations will attend the World Routes 2016 aviation forum next month from 24th to 27th September. During the event, BK Tailang, the director of Jaipur Airport will represent India’s 125 airports. The event is getting hosted by Chengdu, an emerging transport hub for western China.
World Routes is an annual event that brings together airlines, tourism authorities and governments so that they can plan new air services. Every year, the event gets hosted at a new location by a different city in the world to encourage and explore different aviation markets.
World Routes 2016 is going to be the 22nd World Route Development Forum that is being organised from 24-27 September in Chengdu, Sichuan Province, China. The event aims at encouraging business and new services among world’s airlines, airports, tourism authorities and governments.
Authorities from around 700 airports will be representing their airport at this 22nd World Route Development Forum at China. The entire program is going to be hosted by Chengdu Shuangliu International Airport. Big names from the airlines industry such as American Airlines, British Airways, Delta Airlines, Ameerat, Iberia, Japan Airlines, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, Lufthansa and Qantas will take part.
Jaipur International Airport is going to be a part of the event. Jaipur Airport authority – director BK Tailang will be talking about different topics such as international airlines, airport’s development, services and tourism business. Since almost all top airlines in the world would be present there, we can hope that more airlines and destinations would be connected to Jaipur Airport in the coming times.
BK Tailang said that they would be holding business meetings with several international airlines. Since they would be representing all 125 airports of India, the meetings conducted would be planned to cater to all these airports and not just the Jaipur Airport. He also mentioned that his aim would be to connect more and more airlines and destinations with the airports in India.