Published on : Thursday, July 26, 2018
At the opening session of the conference he is anticipated to talk about the removal of China’s ‘one airline, one route policy’ among other things.
The 24th World Route Development Forum will be organized in Guangzhou, Guangdong Province, China, 15 to 18 September.
Since 2009, Tan Wangeng has been the president of China Southern Airlines and vice Chairman since 2013 and for more than a decade, on a global scale, he has been quite dynamic in promoting China Southern Airlines.
For the event, China Southern Airlines is the official carrier as well as the biggest airline in seat capacity in Asia and the sixth largest airline measured by passengers carried in the world as well.
The airline’s main hubs are Guangzhou Baiyun Airport and Beijing Capital International Airport and as a member of SkyTeam operate more than 2,000 flights to 208 destinations every day
World Routes 2018 confirmed other speakers for the conference component of the event. They are Alan McIntyre, executive manager networks of Jetstar Group; Edmund Bartlett, minister of tourism for Jamaica; Marc Cavalier, CCO of Fiji Airways; Jay Lingeswara, deputy director of Vietjet Air; and Roy Graff, managing director for Dragon Trail Interactive.
Keynote topics will comprise – how to maximise route opportunities in China, opening up global skies, and a deep dive into the long-haul low-cost business model.
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