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89. Virgin Blue to Open Lounge at Perth Airport
Virgin Blue to Open Lounge at Perth Airport. Virgin Blue is to open a corporate lounge facility “The Lounge” at Perth Airport in April next year.The decision to open a Virgin Blue The Lounge facility in Perth is the result of consultation with Western Australia based corporate accounts and business travellers and is part of the airline’s plan to ramp up its presence in Perth and th
90. Aviacsa Now Offering Online Bookings without Credit Cards
Aviacsa Now Offering Online Bookings without Credit Cards. Mexican airline, Aviacsa, is now accepting payment for flights at any of the 6,000 OXXO convenience stores in Mexico. This new payment alternative, provided on Aviacsa’s website by aviation IT specialist SITA, opens the door to online bookings for those who do not own a credit card.
91. Hilton Tokyo launches Suite Jaguar XF Promotion
Hilton Tokyo launches Suite Jaguar XF Promotion. Hilton Tokyo opened on September 1, 1984 and is located in Tokyo’s vibrant Shinjuku city center. Overlooking Shinjuku Central Park and just minutes from the heart of the business and entertainment areas, the distinctive S-curved 38-storey hotel is a well-known Tokyo icon. 815 spacious guest rooms are located on the 8th to 38th floors
92. The Contributory Factors in Successful Trade Exhibitions
The Contributory Factors in Successful Trade Exhibitions. Popular London venues Earls Court and Olympia (EC&O) have concluded the first in a series of surveys aimed at facilitating research into the UK’s Ł9.3bn exhibition market. Playing host to over 2 million exhibition visitors annually, including those attending prestigious trade events such as The London Book Fair, PLASA, ATE,
93. MasterCard Survey: Consumers in Asia Pacific Saving For Rainy Days
MasterCard Survey: Consumers in Asia Pacific Saving For Rainy Days. Consumers in Asia Pacific are saving up for rainy days ahead, according to the MasterCard Worldwide Index of Consumer Purchasing Priorities. A vast majority of consumers in the region (87%) today say that saving is very important or important to them. It is especially a priority for those earning less than US$10,00
94. IATA Forecasts US$2.5 billion Loss for 2009
IATA Forecasts US$2.5 billion Loss for 2009. IATA’s latest forecast for 2009 predicts an industry loss of US$2.5 billion. All regions, except the US, are expected to report larger losses in 2009 than in 2008. Industry revenues are expected to decline to US$501 billion. This a fall of US$35 billion from the US$536 billion in revenues forecasted for 2008. This drop in revenues is the
95. DTCM targets increased share of Japanese outbound market as Emirates commences inaugural flight
DTCM targets increased share of Japanese outbound market as Emirates commences inaugural flight to Osaka. Latest Travel News from ASIA Travel Tips.com - updated daily, and available free through email. September 2002.

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