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- 169. Jazz Diva Cherryl Hayes to perform at the Conrad Bangkok's Diplomat Bar
Jazz Diva Cherryl Hayes to perform at the Conrad Bangkok's Diplomat Bar. Cherryl Hayes is an accomplished, vibrant jazz vocalist, a skilled interpreter of the great jazz singers who preceded her, such as Sarah Vaughn, Billlie Holiday, Ella Fitzgerald. A commanding presence in any setting, Cherryl often demonstrates her versatility by shifting gears in a heartbeat from the up-tempo
- 170. MGTO signs MoU with Thailand Convention and Exhibition Bureau
MGTO signs MoU with Thailand Convention and Exhibition Bureau. Under the witness of H.E. the Chief Executive of the Macau Special Administrative Region, the Macau Government Tourist Office (MGTO) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Thailand Convention and Exhibition Bureau (TCEB) to develop and strengthen mutual cooperation in business tourism.
- 171. Singapore to host New Zealand - New Thinking Festival 2007 between 23 April and 18 May
Singapore to host New Zealand - New Thinking Festival 2007 between 23 April and 18 May. The festival begins with Doc Chengís Chef Sam Wilkesí week-long tribute to New Zealand cuisine at Doc Chengís, Raffles Hotel, from 23 April to 28 April, followed by Flavours of New Zealand at the Novotel Clarke Quay from 23 April to 18 May. Flavours of New Zealand will showcase some of New Zeala
- 172. Carrie Tang joins Delivering Asia
Carrie Tang joins Delivering Asia. Ms Tang has more than seven yearís experience in the hotel and hospitality industry in Hong Kong and holds a BA (hons) International Business from Northumbria University. Ms Tang joins Delivering Asia after more than two years in a similar role with the Ritz Carlton Hong Kong Hotel.
- 173. QE2 to Bid Farewell to New Zealand
QE2 to Bid Farewell to New Zealand. One of the most famous ships in the world, the QE2, will call for the 22nd and final time at Auckland in New Zealand on Thursday 21 February. The call also marks her final visit to New Zealand as she is due to leave Cunard service in November 2008 prior to beginning a new life as a first class entertainment and hotel destination in Dubai.
- 174. Korean Air orders Three Additional Airbus A380s
Korean Air orders Three Additional Airbus A380s. Korean Air has confirmed it is to purchase three more Airbus A380 aircraft. This order is in addition to the five A380 aircraft ordered by Korean Air in 2003. Korean Air will receive the three additional A380s between 2012 and 2013. The first five are due to be delivered between 2010 and 2011.
- 175. Tiger Airways selects IAE V2500 Engines to Power Fleet Expansion
Tiger Airways selects IAE V2500 Engines to Power Fleet Expansion. Tiger Airways has selected IAE V2500 Engines to power the additional 20 Airbus A320 aircraft orders the Singapore-based airline confirmed in December 2007. All engines will be of the SelectOne build standard and will be backed by a long-term 2500Select agreement.
- 176. Reduced Pilot Training approved for Airbus A380
Reduced Pilot Training approved for Airbus A380. This means that, for example, a pilot flying Airbus' smallest aircraft, the A318, can be qualified to fly the A380 in 13 working days. It offers operators significant cost savings since training times can be halved compared to standard type rating courses.
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