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NETWORK — the key Eurasian Route Development Forum will take place on 7-9 July in Krasnoyarsk.  18.03.2019 16:17

The Eurasian Route Development Forum NETWORK will take place in Krasnoyarsk on 7-9 July 2019.

NETWORK is a key major communications and face-to-face networking forum for developing route networks of airlines and airports.

The 3 days of the forum will include several unique business events for airlines, airports, tour operators of Europe, Asia, Africa, Middle East, North and South America, and other regions of the world, national and regional public authorities overseeing the issues of developing the air transport system, international and domestic tourism.

The main event of the NETWORK Forum are the networking sessions, where the forum participants will be able to have any number of pre-scheduled face-to-face meetings with each other to discuss cooperation in person. 

Participation is free for airlines.

In addition to networking sessions, the following events are also planned as part of NETWORK:

  • The Sixth International Civil Aviation Strategy Forum is the largest professional event to discuss key industry development trends, issues of strategic planning of airlines, airports and other industry companies.
  • The Third Airline Marketing and Commerce International Conference is a key international forum for discussing all the issues of strategic development, marketing and commercial activity of airlines.
  • The Fifth Airport Marketing and Commerce International Conference is the main largest professional industry event in the Eurasian space for presenting new trends and innovative approaches to organizing airport commercial aviation and non-aviation activities.
  • An exhibition featuring airports, airlines, tour operators, regional tourist authorities and current technology for airports and airlines.
  • Presentations of airports, airlines and tourist opportunities of regions to demonstrate key advantages, route development potential, unique opportunities and brand promotion for cooperation.
  • The Eurasian Aviation Marketing Award Ceremony is a celebration of the best airlines and airports that demonstrated extraordinary commercial performance in 2018.

The First NETWORK Forum opened new prospects for cooperation between airports and airlines on new route developments and implementing new commercial projects in Kazan in 2018.

Last year the NETWORK Forum was attended by over 350 representatives of airlines, airports, tour operators from Europe, Asia, Africa, and other regions of the world, embassies and general consulates, national and regional public authorities overseeing the issues of developing the air transport system, international and domestic tourism.

The Forum's networking sessions involved over 1000 pre-planned business meetings, mainly between airports and airlines devoted to opening new routes, held by key market players from the most western point of Western Europe - Airports of Portugal - to eastern borders of Asia - Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk Airport.

In 2019 the First International Route Development Forum NETWORK CARGO will be held in parallel with the NETWORK International Passenger Route Development Forum.

The organizer of NETWORK and NETWORK CARGO Forums is The Center for Strategic Development in Civil Aviation (AVIACENTER).

Host company: Krasnoyarsk International Airport (Emelyanovo).

General media partner: the official newspaper of the Ministry of Transport of the Russian Federation ‘Transport of Russia’.

To register for participation and speaking at the NETWORK Forum, and to get more information, visit www.eurasian.network, call +7(495)225.99.57 (ext.5) or email network@aviacenter.org.



The Center for Strategic Development in Civil Aviation (AVIACENTER) is the first in Russia and the Eurasian space professional industry center, providing over 100 types of services in strategic planning and managing civil aviation and aircraft industry companies and public authorities.

The main objective of AVIACENTER is to consolidate the knowledge, methodologies, and expertise of the leading Russian and international aviation managers, experts in the field of strategic planning and management, to implement the best practices, create and develop a professional practical school of strategic and business planning at airlines, airports, and other civil aviation and aircraft industry companies.

AVIACENTER is the only professional consulting center in the world that uses more than 17 aviation and other modes of transport traffic demand databases to achieve excellence in route network development strategies for airlines and airports.


Krasnoyarsk International Airport is one of the most important air transport hubs of the Eurasian Region with a unique geographical position.

Krasnoyarsk has significant potential for developing a large number of new air services on charter and scheduled routes to the countries of Southern and South-Eastern Asia, Central Asia, Middle East, and Europe.

With each new route the current Krasnoyarsk route network provides unique transfer opportunities for international airlines to develop passenger transfer traffic on routes to regions of the European part of Russia, Ural and regions of Siberia and the Far East through Krasnoyarsk hub.

The airport's transfer passenger traffic increased by 90% in 2018.

Currently about 30 leading international and Russian airlines operate flights to Krasnoyarsk Airport on more than 60 routes.

The 2018 is marked with the opening of a new and most modern passenger terminal in the Eurasian Region and the adoptation of the business development strategy of Krasnoyarsk Airport as an international hub.