Routes Americas 2018

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The Biggest Route development that unites more than 800 people in the Airline Business will take place for the first time in Quito- Ecuador this February 13th-15th.

The 11th Routes Americas will gather senior decision makers from the region’s airlines, airports and destinations to discuss new market opportunities and the evolution of existing services. Multiple opportunities will be available to build high-value relationships with some of the most influential aviation professionals from across the region.

Due the importance of this event, Cnle Law will be participating at this Forum, with our Partner Nicolas Lasso, Aviation Attorney and Expert in the industry in Ecuador.

Nicolas main practice area is Aviation. He provides full advice to national and international airlines and service providers on the aviation industry. He leads discussions with regulators, operations, air law, national disputes, between others.

Nicolas has a great experience on the airline market, which has, position him as a counsel always available to its clients in despite of the nature of the needs to be accomplished.

He has also been part of the expert who negotiated some Air Service Agreements and Memorandums of Understanding. Recently Nicolas collaborated in the discussions and analysis of specific regulations applied to cargo another that affected the regulatory framework within of the aviation industry in Ecuador.

Three concentrated business days forum with, 800 delegates will take part in over 2,000 face-to-face meetings to discuss new and existing air services. Industry experts will provide a valuable insight into key air service development issues currently affecting the route development community. 

The conference agenda brings together to Ecuador top-level speakers from across the sphere of aviation, including airlines, airports, destinations, aircraft  manufacturers and more, to engage in thought-provoking discussion of the most pressing issues facing aviation now and into the future.

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By: CNLE Law