At the World Routes Conference in Milan, International Airport Review Editor Holly Miles, spoke with Pedro Pierluisi, the Governor of Puerto Rico. Together they discussed how Puerto Rico’s airports are recovering and his ambitions to put Puerto Rico on the map and open new air routes into new markets.
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The city of Chicago will be the host of the 16th edition of the regional Routes Americas event in 2023, bringing together airlines, airports, and tourism authorities to discuss future networks.
Before 2015, there was very little awareness of wildlife trafficking via air among the aviation industry, but the formation of the USAID Reducing Opportunities for Unlawful Transport of Endangered Species (ROUTES) Partnership catalysed a global response. At the end of six years of the Partnership, ROUTES reflects upon its impact…
Airports and airlines across the world have announced that they are joining the battle against wildlife traffickers and smuggling attempts, spreading the global messages of ‘It Doesn’t Fly With Us!’
The partnership will support the world’s airports in planning for summer 2021, ensuring that they continue to provide the economic and social benefits to the communities that they serve.