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- 49. Air Force Scrum to Fly Lions to South Africa
British & Irish Lions Team to Fly to South Africa on Air Force Scrum. The official aircraft taking the British & Irish Lions team to South Africa for the impending Lions Tour has been named ĎAir Force Scrumí.
- 50. Burj Al Arab Expands Fleet of Rolls-Royce Phantoms
Burj Al Arab Expands Fleet of Rolls-Royce Phantoms. One of the most famous hotels in the world and an iconic symbol of Dubai, the Burj Al Arab, has added four new bespoke model Phantom Rolls-Royceís to its already extensive luxury vehicle range.
- 51. Winners of the 2009 Tourism for Tomorrow Awards
Winners of the 2009 Tourism for Tomorrow Awards. The Awards Programme, which has been under the stewardship of the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) for the past five years, recognise and promote best practice in sustainable tourism development all over the world.
- 52. Record Crowds Expected at Twickenham for London Sevens
Record Crowds Expected at Twickenham for London Sevens. With the IRB Sevens World Series nearing its climax, England lie in second place but will have a mountain to climb to overhaul the 28-point gap between themselves and series leaders South Africa.
- 53. Banyan Tree Celebrates 15th Anniversary with Promotion
Banyan Tree Celebrates 15th Anniversary with Promotion. In celebration of Banyan Tree Hotels and Resortsí 15th anniversary, the group is offering an exclusive selection of packages that showcase the best of its two brands, Banyan Tree and Angsana.
- 54. IDeaS and SAS Partner to Improve Customer Understanding in Gaming Sector
IDeaS and SAS Partner to Improve Customer Understanding in Gaming Sector. As the Gaming industry moves from a focus on casino revenues to an integrated resort model - which includes multiple ancillary revenue outlets like food and beverage, spa treatments, amusement parks and retail - it is vital to ensure that the guests overall experience is maximized while revenue is optimized.
- 55. Easter Gives Positive Boost to Hong Kong Airport's Passenger Numbers in April 2009
Easter Gives Positive Boost to Hong Kong Airport's Passenger Numbers in April 2009. Hong Kong International Airport recorded a mild growth of 4.1% in passenger traffic in April 2009, representing 4.2 million, which was mainly stimulated by an increase in travel by local residents during the Easter holidays.
- 56. Treetops Resort & Spa in Port Douglas rebrands as a Mercure
Treetops Resort & Spa in Port Douglas rebrands as a Mercure. One of Port Douglasí pioneering resorts, the Treetops Resort & Spa, is joining Accorís Mercure hotel network after the completion of a major refurbishment. The hotel will be re-branded to Mercure Port Douglas Treetops Resort from 20 May 2009.
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