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145. Severe Turbulence hits Cathay Pacific Flight CX708 from Bangkok to Hong Kong
Severe Turbulence hits Cathay Pacific Flight CX708 from Bangkok to Hong Kong. Cathay Pacific has confirmed that a total of eight people, five passengers and three of the airlines cabin crew, were sent to hospital following an incidence of severe turbulence on Thursdays CX708 flight from Bangkok to Hong Kong.
146. Singapore Visitor Arrivals for May 2008
Singapore Visitor Arrivals for May 2008. In May 2008, Singapore welcomed 828,000 visitors, representing a growth of 0.8% as compared to the same month a year ago. This is a new record for visitor arrivals for the month of May. Visitor days were estimated to reach 3.5 million days, an increase of 12.1% in comparison with May 2007.
147. International Route Reductions at Northwest Airlines
International Route Reductions at Northwest Airlines. Northwest Airlines, with its trans-Atlantic joint venture partner KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, has confirmed it is to suspend flights between Minneapolis/St. Paul-Paris and cancel flights between Detroit-Dusseldorf and Hartford-Amsterdam effective October 1, 2008.
148. The Metropolitan Bangkok launches New Layover Promotion
The Metropolitan Bangkok launches New Layover Promotion. The Metropolitan Bangkok has launched a new package specially designed for passengers passing through Bangkok on their way in and out of Asia, who find themselves at the citys Suvarnabhumi Airport with a lengthy layover. The new package allows for a stress-free stopover at the hotel, permitting guests to relax and recharge i
149. Caribbean Airlines joins Boeing's 737 Component Services Program
Caribbean Airlines joins Boeing's 737 Component Services Program. Under the new agreement, Boeing will manage spare parts and components inventory for the Trinidad and Tobago-based airline until the parts are needed. Boeing guarantees that Caribbean Airlines will have working replacements for failed parts within 24 hours without having to stock up on spares or pay long-term holding
150. Continental Airlines launches New Policy for Same-Day Flight Changes
Continental Airlines launches New Policy for Same-Day Flight Changes. Continental Airlines has launched a new policy allowing customers to make changes to flights within 24 hours of their original scheduled departure for a discounted change fee. Within the 24-hour same-day period, customers with restricted tickets may change to another flight departing within 12 hours for the disco
151. 11 New Locations Earmarked for e-Freight
11 New Locations Earmarked for e-freight. IATA has identified 11 new locations as ready for e-freight. These are: USA, Dubai, Luxembourg, France, Spain, Australia, New Zealand, Switzerland, Iceland, Denmark and Norway. Since 2007, e-freight has been operational in six locations: Canada, Sweden, UK, Hong Kong, Singapore and the Netherlands. A further three - Germany, Mauritius and S
152. Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel launches Advance Purchase Rates
Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel launches Advance Purchase Rates. The Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel has launched Advance Purchase rates where guests can benefit from savings with early room reservations. Guests will be entitled to a 10% discount off the best available rate when they secure their room reservations 28 days prior to their arrival date. This is applicable to Superio

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