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- 33. IATA Moves June AGM from Egypt to Singapore
IATA AGM Moves from Egypt to Singapore. IATA has confirmed it will hold its 67th Annual General Meeting (AGM) in Singapore from 5-7 June 2011. The AGM attracts about 800 delegates, including some 150-200 CEOs from airlines, manufacturers, airports and other industry partners.
- 34. Centrepoint in Singapore Launches Tourist Privilege Card
Centrepoint in Singapore Launches Tourist Privilege Card. Centrepoint in Singapore has launched a Tourist Privilege Card for visitors to make the most of their shopping experience during their stay by enjoying various attractive discounts and promotions. Located prominently in the shopping district of Orchard Road, The Centrepoint features a mix of world renowned brands, such as Al
- 35. Japan Airlines Retires Entire Fleet of Boeing 747-400s
Japan Airlines Retires Entire Fleet of Boeing 747-400s. JAL has been a long-time operator of the 747 and also once the owner of the most number of these four-engine jumbo jets. The first of a total of 112 Boeing 747s that JAL would come to own in the last 41 years, was a 747-100 delivered in 1970. JAL later incorporated other versions of the 747 Classics (-100, -200 and -300 series
- 36. PAL Signs Engine Maintenance Contract with AFI KLM E&M
PAL Signs Engine Maintenance Contract with AFI KLM E&M. Philippine Airlines (PAL) has entered into a 12-year contract with AFI KLM E&M for maintenance and engineering support of its GE90 engines, the primary workhorses of PAL’s fleet of Boeing 777-300ERs. The agreement covers on-site and on-wing maintenance, shop visits, component support, spare engines and engineering support for
- 37. Singapore Airlines Partners PayPal for New Payment Option
Singapore Airlines Partners PayPal for New Payment Option. Singapore Airlines customers in Australia, Hong Kong, Japan, Malaysia, Taiwan, Singapore and the US can now pay for their flights with PayPal on singaporeair.com. After booking Singapore Airlines flights online, travellers can now pay for tickets using their PayPal account in as few as three clicks and without the need to r
- 38. The Crest Reopens as the Mercure Sydney Potts Point
The Crest Rebrands as the Mercure Sydney Potts Point. The Crest, located in the heart of Kings Cross and considered to have some of Sydney’s best views, has reopened as the Mercure Sydney Potts Point adding a much-needed 227 rooms to Sydney’s tight room supply. The owners, Australand, appointed Accor to manage the property after it had been closed for almost two years.
- 39. Team on-foot Wins Guinness Adventures Campaign in Singapore
Team on-foot Wins Guinness Adventures Campaign in Singapore. Over the last two months, the ‘Guinness Adventures’ campaign has pitted Singapore’s most adventurous netizens against one another for the opportunity to win a once-in-a-lifetime trip for three to Mount Everest. The campaign saw over 1,500 people take part in the Guinness Adventures challenge, forming teams of three to sca
- 40. Wyndham Signs Three Days Inn Hotels in India
Wyndham Signs Three Days Inn Hotels in India. The three new hotels include the five-story, 48-room Days Hotel Neemrana, Jaipur Highway, owned by Mighty Developers India Limited and expected to open in March 2011; the five-story, 102-room Days Hotel Neemrana, Sahil Square, owned by Yogi Properties Private Limited and expected to open in January 2012; and the four-story, 80-room Days
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