Routes Europe forms the largest regional Routes event and an essential gathering for all aviation based companies who wish to conduct business to, from and within the European region. Bringing together a wide range of airlines, airports and tourism authorities, including budget, flagship and national carriers from the whole region, this event offers the opportunity to meet with some of the most influential aviation professionals from across the world.
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Route development overview
Advantages of BRE:
- around 50 direct connections to Europe & North Africa
- connections to the whole world via European hubs, such as: FRA, MUC, CPH, AMS,CDG and IST
- 3 equally strong mainstays: scheduled, charter and low-cost airline companies
- short routes: only 3.5km and 11 minutes from the Bremen inner cit
City Airport Bremen has already received a number of awards, amongst others:
Routes Europe Marketing Award 2014
Routes Europe Overall Award 2014
- Routes Europe Airport Marketing Award 2012
- Business Traveler Awards 2012
- The Independent Award 2011
“BRE - Gateway to Northwest Germany”
Bremen – the City with Industrial Diversity
From automobile, aviation and aerospace, to foodstuffs, luxury items and renewable energies, up to logistics and tourism, Bremen offers a colourful mixture of many different industries.
Bremen – International “Brand Capital"
Coffee, cornflakes, beer and Mercedes have made Bremen famous throughout the whole world. Businesses located in Bremen have an international character and maintain commercial connections to many countries worldwide.
Bremen – German Aviation & Aerospace Location
With Airbus, EADS Astrium, OHB Technology as well as Lufthansa Flight Training, Bremen is uniquely well positioned.
Airport City – en route to your own neighbourhood
In an area of 206m², approx. 500 global players reside in immediate proximity of one another, medium-sized companies and aspiring start-ups with a total of 16.000 employees.
Bremen – and the surrounding area
Bremen is the second largest city in Northern Germany in terms of its population and ranks tenth place in the nationwide comparison. A total of 15 million people live in the Northwest – all potential passengers from BRE.