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- 129. Singaporeís Giant Pandas Named Kai Kai and Jia Jia
Singaporeís Giant Pandas Named Kai Kai and Jia Jia. A judging panel picked Kai Kai (凯凯) and Jia Jia (嘉嘉) as the new names for the two Giant Panda cubs as they bear special significance of the close relationship between Singapore and China. The names Kai Kai (凯凯) and Jia Jia (嘉嘉) won by a clear majority of the judgesí votes.
- 130. Christchurch Loses Rugby World Cup 2011 Games
Christchurch Loses Rugby World Cup 2011 Games. It has been officially confirmed that Christchurch will be unable to host the seven Rugby World Cup 2011 matches scheduled to be played at Stadium Christchurch. These matches are now being rescheduled and will be played at other venues in New Zealand.
- 131. Austrian Airlines increases Fuel Surcharge
Austrian Airlines increases Fuel Surcharge. Due to the high kerosene purchase price, the Austrian Airlines Group is increasing its fuel surcharge for short and medium-haul flights from the current level of EUR 21 to EUR 24. Fuel surcharges on long-haul routes have also increased, from EUR 82 to EUR 92.
- 132. Lufthansa increases Fuel Surcharges on European and Long-Haul Routes
Lufthansa increases Fuel Surcharges on European and Long-Haul Routes. With the prices of crude oil and kerosene at record highs, Lufthansa has increased its fuel surcharges. The fuel surcharge on domestic German and intra-European routes will increase by 3 euros to 24 euros per flight segment. On long-haul routes the corresponding fuel surcharge will be raised by 10 euros to 92 eu
- 133. Virgin Atlantic launches Flying Without Fear Book
Virgin Atlantic launches Flying Without Fear Book. Following the success of Virgin Atlantic's Flying Without Fear (FWF) courses the FWF team have brought out a book called: 101 of your questions answered. The book contains answers to 101 questions about flying, valuable information from a cabin crew safety trainer, top tips from aviation experts and psychological tools to help peop
- 134. Accor signs First Ibis Hotel in Vietnam
Accor signs First Ibis Hotel in Vietnam. Accor has signed an agreement with Viethan Hotel Co Ltd to manage a new Ibis hotel, the Ibis Saigon South in Ho Chi Minh City starting early 2010 onwards. The Ibis Saigon South will have 170 rooms and will incorporate a restaurant, bar, meeting rooms and full car park facilities. Ibis is one of Accor's budget hotel brands.
- 135. Royal Jet joins ADTA at Asia Luxury Travel Market in Shanghai
Royal Jet joins ADTA at Asia Luxury Travel Market in Shanghai. Royal Jet, a UAE-headquartered international luxury executive flight services company, chaired by H.E. Sheikh Hamdan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, is participating at the Asia Luxury Travel Market (ALTM) in Shanghai this week, as part of its role in backing Abu Dhabi Tourism Authorityís (ADTA) strategy to promote the UAE capit
- 136. Etihad Airways praised by Australia for Enhanced Document Verification Checks
Etihad Airways praised by Australia for Enhanced Document Verification Checks. Etihad Airways has been commended by the Australian government for its work in preventing improperly documented passengers using the airline to travel to Australia. During the past 12 months members of Etihadís corporate security services team have worked closely with the Australian department of immigra
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