Europe’s five biggest airlines registered for Routes Europe

Ryanair, easyJet, Lufthansa, Air France and British Airways are the five largest European carriers by ASK. These airlines have already confirmed their attendance at Routes Europe and will be accepting meeting requests when scheduling opens on 13 March.

Key decision makers from over 80 airlines have registered for Routes Europe, Europe’s largest air service development. Recent registrations include Pegasus Airlines, Flybe, Air Berlin, Brussels Airlines and Czech Airlines. View the full attendee list.

Flag carriers attending include Air France, Alitalia, Air Baltic, Finnair and British Airways.

Those wishing to present their business cases to LCCs can expect to see representatives from Norwegian,, Ryanair and Wizz Air at this year’s event. A number of out of region carriers have also registered - American Airlines, AirAsia Group and Etihad Airways.

Scheduling for Routes Europe opens on 13 March. Popular airline diaries fill up fast, airports and destinations can maximise their chances of securing their priority meetings by submitting requests early.

More than 4,800 face-to-face meetings are expected to take place at this year’s event. With scheduling opening in less than two weeks, there has never been a better time to register for this year’s event. Register your place to maximise the chances of securing your priority airline meetings at Routes Europe 2017.