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World Route Development Forum 2012 To Be Held In Abu Dhabi

Abu Dhabi Airports Company announced that they were successful in their bid to bring the air transport industry’s largest international event to Abu Dhabi.  The 18th ‘Routes- The World Development Forum’ will be held in the UAE capital from September 30th to October 3rd, 2012, and is expected to be the biggest ever planned

‘Routes- The World Development Forum’ is an event held each year for the air service development industry that brings together airports, airlines, and tourism authorities.  The event provides opportunities to highlight other route possibilities for airlines and airports and for identifying ongoing business development in the sector.  Chairman of ADAC, Khalifa Al Mazrouei, said “Route development is the life-blood of any airport, airiline, and related industries, and with Abu Dhabi International one of the fastest aviation hubs in the world today, we are very happy to have been selected to host the world’s leading air transport forum and event.”
 

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