Routes Asia heads to Perth in 2025

image00002 Asia 2025 will take place in Perth, Australia from 25-27 March in 2025, according to an announcement made at the CAPA World Aviation Summit. The event will be hosted by Perth Airport and Tourism Western Australia with the support of Business Events Perth and Business Events Australia.

Tourism is an important part of Western Australia’s economy, supporting nearly 30,000 tourism businesses and generating 89,100 tourism-filled jobs in 2021-21, while in 2022-23 the sector contributed $16.8 billion in visitor spend. Increased air connectivity is essential to the region’s strategy to continue this economic growth.

Having seen international traffic recover to 90% of pre-pandemic levels, Western Australia’s capital city is focused on developing direct aviation access from key priority markets including China, India, South Korea, Taiwan and other unserved markets. By hosting Routes Asia, Perth will demonstrate to the region’s leading airlines the viability and profitability of these routes.

The airport recently welcomed the announcement that Qantas will commence operating a non-stop service between Perth and Paris in July 2024. Other recent route successes for Perth include two new non-stop services to Ho Chi Minh City by VietJet Air and Vietnam Airlines and the resumptions of the ANA Perth to -Tokyo service.

Speaking at the announcement, Steven Small, director of Routes, said: “Increased air connectivity is proven to bring massive economic benefits and prosperity to a destination. By hosting the 21st edition of Routes Asia, Perth will be at the heart of conversations driving growth for the region’s air route networks.”


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