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Scheduling for airline face-to-face meetings at Routes Silk Road is now open!

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Air Astana, easyJet, LOT Polish, China Southern and Nordwind Airlines have already confirmed their attendance!
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Scheduling for airline face-to-face meetings at Routes Silk Road is now open!
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Dear Colleague,

Senior decision-makers from over 50 airlines will be looking for opportunities to expand their networks at Routes Silk Road 2015. With several of the leading airlines already registered, book your place now to request your priority meetings!

With over 350 delegates in attendance, Routes Silk Road is the largest and most established route development forum for the region. It the best platform to capture the interest of influential industry players and develop new air services, complemented with the highest calibre of conference content and extensive networking opportunities.
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Engage with a captive audience of senior decision-makers! Sponsorship of delegate bags and water bottles is still available, alongside other high-visibility options.
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Scheduling is now open! Request face-to-face meetings with your target carriers; registrations include: Air Astana, easyJet, LOT Polish and China Southern.
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Keep up to date with the latest industry trends and issues affecting the region’s aviation sector and gain insights from key airline, airport and industry voices on all the hot topics.
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Make the most of your time in this stunning city. The Routes Silk Road 2015 programme offers several complimentary hospitality and networking opportunities, including the opportunity to experience Tbilisi's historic centre, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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