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81. Carlson Opens Radisson Blu Hotel in Liuzhou, China
Carlson has opened the 260-room Radisson Blu Hotel Liuzhou. With the addition of this property, Carlson now has 11 hotels in China with over 3,500 rooms. Radisson Blu Hotel Liuzhou will be the company’s seventh Radisson Blu hotel in China.
82. Cebu Pacific Launches Singapore - Philippines Promotion
To boost its Singapore routes further, Cebu Pacific is holding a seat sale from today, 9 November, until 11 November 2011, or until seats last, for travel from 1 January to 31 March 2012. Sin$51 seats are available from Singapore to Cebu, while Sin$63 seats are available to Manila and Clark. Terms and conditions apply.
83. Outrigger Signs Resort on Phi Phi Island
Outrigger is to manage the Phi Phi Island Village Beach Resort and Spa, the group's third hotel property in Thailand. Despite Outrigger assuming full sales and marketing responsibility for the resort late last week, the company will only have complete operational control by 1 November 2012. The resort will continue to operate under its current name, Phi Phi Island Village Beach Res
84. Pegasus Solutions Appoints David Millili as Chief Web Officer
Pegasus Solutions has appointed David Millili as Chief Web Officer, a new role he will hold concurrent to his position as Chief Executive Officer of Open Hospitality, a Pegasus Solutions company. In his new role, Millili will assume responsibility for Pegasus’ complete online presence, including Pegasus Solutions, Utell Hotels & Resorts, Open Hospitality and www.hotelbook.com.
85. Starwood Launches Villa Collection in Asia Pacific
Starwood has launched the Asia Pacific Villa Collection, a collection of 768 villas in 19 of Starwood’s resorts across the Asia Pacific region, ranging from Australia to China. Starwood Launches Villa Collection in Asia Pacific
86. Frank Wolfe, CAE, to Continue as HFTP CEO
HFTP Global President, Lisa Funk, CHAE, has confirmed that Frank I. Wolfe, CAE, has accepted HFTP's offer to remain at the helm of the association's management. Wolfe continues as HFTP's CEO through May 2015, a job he has held since 1994. Wolfe started with the association in 1991 as its director of education.
87. Boeing Uses Three Dreamlifters to Transport PPE from China to USA
Boeing deployed three Dreamlifter aircraft to transport more than 150,000 protective eye goggles and face shields from China to the United States on Monday. Boeing worked in partnership with the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) to deliver the personal protective equipment (PPE) to frontline health care professionals in the MUSC system.
88. Delta’s Executive Chairman Retires
Delta’s Board of Directors has announced that Richard H. Anderson has elected to retire as executive chairman. Francis S. “Frank” Blake, who has been lead director since May 2016, will succeed Anderson as Delta’s non-executive chairman. Blake, the former Chairman and CEO of The Home Depot, joined Delta’s board in July 2014.

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