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81. Le Mridien Suvarnabhumi Bangkok Golf Resort & Spa to Open September 2014
Le Mridien Suvarnabhumi, Bangkok Golf Resort & Spa is scheduled to open in September 2014. Owned by Summit Windmill Corporation, the resort will feature a professional course designed by golfing legend, Nick Faldo. The resort is a short 15-minute drive from Suvarnabhumi International Airport and a 40-minute drive to Bangkok city centre.
82. Grand Hyatt Taipei Completes First Phase of Major Renovation
The Grand Hyatt Taipei has completed work on the first phase of a landmark renovation, unveiling 853 new rooms and suites in a design that pays homage to Eastern and Western cultural influences. After a re-imagination of space that stripped the hotel to its concrete bones, the hotel redeveloped 14 categories of rooms and suites in its most significant overhaul since the hotel opene
83. Sydney Airport Using New SmartPath Landing System
A new aircraft landing system known as SmartPath has been brought into service at Sydney Airport. The SmartPath technology (otherwise known as a Ground Based Augmentation System, GBAS), is a precision approach and landing system allowing suitably equipped aircraft to land within one metre of the runway centre line in low visibility conditions.
84. Outlook for Air Cargo Stabilizes; Growth Accelerates in May
IATAs data for global air freight markets shows air cargo growth accelerated in May 2014, with 4.7% growth compared to a year ago. This is up from the 3.8% year-on-year growth recorded in April. Cargo volumes, measured by Freight Tonne Kilometers (FTKs) were up across all regions, but with significant differences in performance. The Middle East carriers reported 9.3% year-on-year
85. Major Service Revamp in Progress at Helsinki Airport
The current development programme at Helsinki Airport involves the most extensive changes carried out at the airport during any single period of its history. At the beginning of the year, Finavia launched an investment programme worth one billion euros with the goal of strengthening Helsinki Airport's position as the number one transfer airport for air traffic between Europe and As
86. Air France, Orange, SITA, Toulouse-Blagnac Airport and RESA Test NFC Boarding Passes
Air France, Orange, SITA, Toulouse-Blagnac Airport and RESA have joined forces to provide a seamless boarding experience that uses Near Field Communications (NFC) technology. Over the next six months, the Touch&Pass app will allow a panel of passengers travelling on Air France flights from Toulouse-Blagnac to Paris-Orly to use their Orange NFC-based smartphones to quickly and conve
87. British Airways Testing Hi-Tech Happiness Blanket
British Airways has begun testing a hi-tech blanket which changes colour using brainwaves, to ensure it offers customers the best flights sleep in the sky. The happiness blanket, which is woven with fibre optics, uses neuro-sensors to measure a persons brainwaves and changes colour, from red to blue, to show when theyre at their most relaxed and meditative.
88. Korean Air Increases Flights to China
Korean Air is increasing the frequency on its routes to China. From 8 July, the current 11 flights a week between Seoul/Incheon and Beijing will be increased to 14 times a week. The additional flights will depart from Seoul/Incheon at 23:55 on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday and arrive Beijing at 01:05 the next day. The return flights will depart from Beijing at 02:30 and arrive Seo

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