PHOTOS: World Routes conference in Las Vegas

  • Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval visited the 19th World Route Development Forum at the Las Vegas Convention Center. The conference, Oct. 5-8, brings together more than 3,000 key airline/aviation-industry delegates representing 300 airlines, 1,000 airports and 70 tourism authorities. Pictured from left: Rosemary Vassiliadis (Clark County Department of Aviation Director), Nigel Mayes (World Routes, VP Commercial Routes, UBM Live), Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval, Adrian Newton (Group Director-transport and Technology, UBM Live) and Rossi Ralenkotter (President/CEO Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority). Las Vegas News Bureau, Darrin Bush

  • Jim Marriot, Chief Aviation Security Branch, ICAO joins a panel discussion at the World Route Development Forum, the world’s largest commercial aviation event, held in Las Vegas Oct. 5-8 at the Las Vegas Convention Center. The conference brings together more than 3,000 key airline/aviation-industry delegates representing 300 airlines, 1,000 airports and 70 tourism authorities. Co-hosted by the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority and McCarran International Airport, the event is part of an overall strategy to increase Las Vegas’ air service and visitation. Las Vegas News Bureau, Glenn Pinkerton

  • Dr. Charles E. Schlumberge, Lead Air Transport Specialist of The World Bank Group joins a panel discussion at the World Route Development Forum, the world’s largest commercial aviation event, held in Las Vegas Oct. 5-8 at the Las Vegas Convention Center. The conference brings together more than 3,000 key airline/aviation-industry delegates representing 300 airlines, 1,000 airports and 70 tourism authorities. Co-hosted by the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority and McCarran International Airport, the event is part of an overall strategy to increase Las Vegas’ air service and visitation. Las Vegas News Bureau, Glenn Pinkerton

  • Adrian Newton, Group Director-transport and Technology, UBM Live joins a panel discussion at the World Route Development Forum, the world’s largest commercial aviation event, held in Las Vegas Oct. 5-8 at the Las Vegas Convention Center. The conference brings together more than 3,000 key airline/aviation-industry delegates representing 300 airlines, 1,000 airports and 70 tourism authorities. Co-hosted by the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority and McCarran International Airport, the event is part of an overall strategy to increase Las Vegas’ air service and visitation. Las Vegas News Bureau, Glenn Pinkerton