Representatives from Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield Airport are heading to Las Vegas to meet delegates from across the globe at the 19th World Routes event.
The conference, taking place next month, is an annual global gathering of the world’s top airlines and airports, dedicated to discussing and planning new services.
The event is expected to be the largest Routes event to date and is set to attract 3,000 high profile delegates from more than 100 countries worldwide.
Co-hosted by the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority and Las Vegas McCarran International Airport, the event will be held in the Las Vegas Convention Centre and will mark the first time any Routes event has been held in the USA.
Steve Gill from Doncaster Sheffield Airport said:
“This event provides a fantastic forum to make the case for new air services, and to find out about new market developments and up-and-coming destinations.
“Routes provides an ideal platform to encourage airlines from around the world to introduce new services to Doncaster Sheffield Airport.
“We will be focusing our attentions on building business connectivity and providing a wider choice of leisure destinations for our passengers.
“We have well established relationships with our existing operators and will continue to work with them to develop their offering for the people of Yorkshire and the North Midlands.
“With work on the FARRRS link road starting imminently we have a lot to shout about at Routes this year.”