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- 65. Boeing Expands Training Facilities with New Azerbaijan Airlines Partnership
Boeing and Azerbaijan Airlines (AZAL) have partnered to add additional flight training capability in Baku, Azerbaijan. The long-term agreement adds the new AZAL Aviation Training Center to Boeing’s global network of flight training campuses. The training campus includes new full-flight simulators for the Boeing 757 and 767, Airbus A320 as well as ATR airplanes.
- 66. Sports Tourism - Interview with MD of Thomas Cook Sport
On Monday, at the World Travel Market 2011 (WTM) taking place 7-10 November at Excel in London, ASIA Travel Tips.com had the opportunity to sit with Mr. Danny Talbot, Managing Director of Thomas Cook Sport, and ask him about the company and about Sports Tourism in general.
- 67. Andrew Tan Appointed GM of Orchard Hotel Singapore
Mr Andrew Tan has been appointed as General Manager of Orchard Hotel Singapore. Mr Tan will be responsible for the overall business operations and continued success of this 656-room hotel located on the world-famous Orchard Road, and home to well known Chinese restaurant Hua Ting, and Orchard Café.
- 68. Tune Launches THB 10 Promotion @ Hotels in Pattaya and Hat Yai
Tune Launches THB 10 Promotion @ Hotels in Pattaya and Hat Yai. To celebrate Tune Hotels has launched a 10 Baht promotion for rooms at both Tune Hotel Hat Yai and Tune Hotel Pattaya. The promotion is available from today (8 November 2011) until 18 November 2011 and is available on a first come, first served basis, for stays starting from the respective hotel’s opening date until 30
- 69. Apple Tree Appoints French Manager to Oversee Laos Properties
Jean-Matthieu Beroujon has taken charge of the Apple Tree Group's hospitality properties in Laos, replacing Francois Foulon as operations manager. The properties include Villa Maly, Kamu Lodge and the Nava Mekong. From his base at Villa Maly in Luang Prabang, Beroujon will
- 70. Responsive Service Most Important to Business Travellers
When it comes to managing business travel, Australian corporates want service that is responsive, provides options and easily accessible, a Flight Centre Limited (FLT) customer survey has revealed. The results of FLT’s corporate customer experience survey for 2011, shows that companies rate responsiveness as the most important service attribute from their business travel managers.
- 71. First Cornell International Hospitality Summit in India to Take Place January
At the first Cornell International Hospitality Summit (CIHS) India, presented by the Cornell School of Hotel Administration, industry leaders and academics will examine the future of the hospitality industry in India. The summit, which will be held Tuesday, 17 January 2012, in Mumbai, India, will be co-presented by the school's Center for Hospitality Research (CHR). Taj Hotels Reso
- 72. Continental Airlines Operates its First Commercial Biofuel Flight
On Monday, Continental Airlines operated its first commercial flight powered by a blend of sustainable, advanced biofuel and traditional petroleum-derived jet fuel. Solazyme, working with Honeywell’s UOP process technology, developed the algae oil that was refined into jet fuel to power the flight. Solazyme produced the world’s first 100% algae-derived jet fuel for both commercial
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