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- 49. Cebu Pacific Supports Plan to Decongest NAIA Runway
At present, actual aircraft landing and takeoff at NAIA is estimated at 45 movements per hour for commercial airlines. Private aircraft also compete for the use of the runway, although in other countries, civil aviation use other runways since they carry at times only one passenger or just the pilot.
- 50. AAPA Targets Constraints to Industry Growth
The dramatic shift of economic power and influence towards Asia in recent years is rapidly propelling the regionís airlines to the forefront of the global air transport industry. Already commercially successful in a highly competitive environment, Asian carriers are seeking a realignment of the global regulatory framework, with a level of influence commensurate with the Asia Pacifi
- 51. Helmut Himmelreich Takes Over as New airberlin COO
Helmut Himmelreich has taken over as the new Chief Operating Officer (COO) of Air Berlin PLC. Since March 2010 Mr Himmelreich has been airberlinís Chief Maintenance Officer. That post will now be filled by his deputy, Marco Ciomperlik, who has already been a member of the Management Board at airberlin technik for some years.
- 52. Cebu Pacific to Launch Manila - Hanoi Flights
Cebu Pacific is to launch twice weekly flights between Manila and Hanoi, the capital city of Vietnam, on 17 March 2012. Flights for this route are scheduled to depart Manila at 22:30 every Tuesday and Saturday, arriving in Hanoi at 00:30. Return flights will leave Hanoi at 01:00 every Wednesday and Sunday, and arrive in Manila at 05:00. CEB also operates daily flights between Manil
- 53. Tune Hotels Signs New Hotel in Ipoh
Tune Hotels has signed an agreement with developer Liew Yin Yin Group for the establishment of the Tune Hotel Ipoh. The new hotel will be part of The Host commercial development on a site belonging to the Ipoh City Council. Located within the vicinity of the city centre, Tune Hotel Ipoh is currently 60% completed and is on track for the March 2012 opening.
- 54. 183 New Exhibitors @ WTM 2011
There are 183 new exhibitors at this year's World Travel Market (WTM) which gets underway in London today. National tourist boards, destination management companies, technology companies, ground handlers, lodge owners and tour operators are all hosting their own stands for the first time from 7 to 10 November at ExCeL - London.
- 55. Resorts World Sentosa in Singapore to Sparkle this Christmas
Resorts World Sentosa will be transformed into a magical fairytale land this Christmas as it dons an ambitious light-up in a bid to be one of Asiaís largest Yuletide holiday destinations. Costing over S$2 million to stage, the 49-hectare resort will sparkle from its waterfront to its 500-metre shopping-dining strip, FestiveWalk with lights, iconic arches, fairytale tableaus, roving
- 56. Singapore Airlines H1 Profits Down 62%
The Singapore Airlines Group has reported a net profit of $239 million in the first half of the 2011-12 financial year, $394 million (-62%) lower than the same period a year ago. Operating profit declined to $134 million, $462 million (-78%) lower than the first half of the previous financial year.
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