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Tenerife prepares for Routes Africa next month

Posted 23 May 2016 · Add Comment

Routes Africa will be taking place next month in Tenerife, with a focus on improving air connectivity across the continent.

Around 250 route development professionals are expected to attend, along with airlines, airports and tourism authorities to discuss the development of the aviation industry.
 
“Tenerife’s long-term aim is to become a logistical stepping stone to Africa, building on our strong historical ties with the continent. Routes Africa is an important part of our activities to strengthen our economic and transport links through new aviation services,” said Carlos Alonso, President of the Tenerife Island Government.
 
The event will be held place from 26th to 28th June 2016 at Gran Hotel Bahía del Duque Resort (Costa Adeje). 
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