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- 81. Philippine Airlines to Launch Cebu - Bangkok Flights
Philippine Airlines is to launch thrice weekly flights between Cebu and Bangkok, Thailand, starting 2 December 2017. PAL will operate the route with 199-seat Airbus A321 aircraft which offers passengers the choice of Business, Premium Economy and Economy Class.
- 82. 625,359 Hotel Rooms in 2,842 Projects Under Contract in Asia Pacific
According to STRís September 2017 Pipeline Report, there are 625,359 hotel rooms in 2,842 hotel projects Under Contract in the Asia Pacific region. The total represents a 7.4% increase in rooms Under Contract compared with September 2016.
- 83. Bhutan Tourism Update by Tashi Tenzin, Tourism Council of Bhutan
Mr. Tashi Tenzin, Head of Services Division, Tourism Council of Bhutan, gives delegates attending the Tourism Expo Japan 2017 forum an update on the status of the tourism industry in Bhutan. His presentation took place as part of the Asian Tourism Leaders Forum on 21 September 2017.
- 84. Japanese Sake - Brief Introduction by Yuto Kaneyasu of The Ritz-Carlton, Tokyo
Japanese Sake - Brief Introduction by Yuto Kaneyasu of The Ritz-Carlton, Tokyo. In this video, which is in Japanese with English subtitles, Mr. Yuto Kaneyasu, the Sake Sommelier at The Ritz-Carlton, Tokyo tells us about Japanese Sake. Mr. Kaneyasu also tells us the difference between the two types of sake and how they differ.
- 85. Qantas and Emirates Unveil Additional Network Changes
Qantas and Emirates have unveiled additional network changes under their joint partnership. From March 2018, Emirates will stop flying from Melbourne and Brisbane to Auckland and instead focus on its non-stop Auckland-Dubai service. Emirates will retain its existing daily A380 flights from Dubai to Christchurch via Sydney, and the airline is also evaluating potential new direct ser
- 86. Project from Japanís Kyushu Institute of Technology Wins 2017 GEDC Airbus Diversity Award
Japanís Kyushu Institute of Technologyís BIRDS Satellite Project has been selected as the winner of the 2017 Global Engineering Deans Council (GEDC) Airbus Diversity Award. The runners up are the Schulich School of Engineering: Discover Engineering Programme at Canadaís University of Calgary and the Women in Engineering (WIE) Programme at the University of New South Wales in Austra
- 87. Sepang Aircraft Engineering Becomes Fully Owned Airbus Subsidiary
Sepang Aircraft Engineering (SAE), an MRO centre based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and partially owned by Airbus since 2011, has become a fully owned Airbus subsidiary, following the acquisition by Airbus of its remaining shares.
- 88. AccorHotels to Acquire Australiaís Mantra Group
AccorHotels has signed an agreement with Mantra Group with the view to acquire all of the issued capital in Mantra by way of a scheme of arrangement to be approved by Mantra shareholders. Under the terms of the agreement AccorHotels would offer AUD3.96 in cash for each Mantra share including any potential special dividend.
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