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Airport team head off to
Kuala Lumpur in search of business
A delegation from
Liverpool John Lennon Airport accompanied by a representative from
The Mersey Partnership are in Kuala Lumpur, in Malaysia to attend
the 14th World Route Development Forum taking place between 12
October 2008 to 14 October 2008.
This annual event brings together hundreds of airports from across
the globe and over 300 of the world’s top airlines. The Forum gives
airports the ability to briefly meet a number of airlines and
explore what route development opportunities might be available.
In addition to promoting the benefits and capabilities of the
Airport to prospective airlines, it is also an important opportunity
to highlight the success of the Liverpool City Region through its
recent economic regeneration, inward investment and tourism growth.
It is for this reason that The Mersey Partnership will accompany
Airport personnel to sell the benefits of the wider region.
The Airport already has some 40 meetings scheduled to take place
with airlines from across Europe, Asia, USA and the Middle East to
explore the potential for new flight connections to Liverpool.
Further interest is expected to be gained via the Airport’s stand at
the major exhibition that accompanies the Forum.
Robin Tudor, Head of PR for Airport owners, the Peel Airports Group
commented:- “This event can best be described as ‘speed
dating’ for airports and airlines.
If the airlines like what we have
to say in our 20 minute sales pitch, then a relationship can be
established that can lead to more business in the future.
It is a great opportunity to be able to speak face to face with
airlines from all over the world in an extremely cost effective way.
It also lets
us get the message to them about all the great things happening in
the region and how Liverpool Airport can help them deliver access for
their passengers to and from the region.”