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137. Mackay Chosen as Location for Qantas Pilot Academy
Qantas has chosen Mackay, Queensland, as the preferred location for its second Pilot Academy site. The decision follows a competitive process to select two locations from a shortlist of nine regional cities, with Toowoomba in southern Queensland announced as the first location for the Academy last September.
138. CNES Awards CO3D Contract to Airbus
Airbus has been awarded the CO3D (Constellation Optique 3D) contract by the French Space Agency, CNES. Following launch, expected end of 2022, the Airbus-made CO3D constellation, comprising four identical satellites, will deliver 50cm resolution stereo imagery across the world on a daily basis. The data acquired will feed a cloud-based processing chain operated by Airbus and integr
139. Premier Inn Opens in Bangor, Northern Ireland
Whitbread has expanded its portfolio of hotels in Northern Ireland with the opening of an 85-room hotel in Central Bangor, the eighth Premier Inn hotel in the country. Located on Castle Park Avenue, metres from Bangor Castle and within walking distance of Bangor Marina and the town centre, the Premier Inn Bangor represents an £8 million investment by Conway Group, and has created 3
140. Marriott Signs Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Fukuoka, Japan
Marriott has signed an agreement with one of Japanís most acclaimed property developers, Sekisui House, to open a new Ritz-Carlton hotel in Fukuoka. The hotel will be developed and owned by Daimyo Project TMK, a consortium of five companies including Sekisui House, the project manager for the hotel. The Ritz-Carlton, Fukuoka, which will be the brandís seventh hotel in Japan, is sla
141. Travel Industry News Archives from Asia - November 2019
All the travel industry news featured on TravelNewsAsia.com in November 2019, archived for your easy reference. Travel news from the world's travel trade, aviation and hospitality industries. The latest travel news we feature covers mainly Asia Pacific and Australasia but also extends to the Middle East, Europe and the US. We cover appointments, new deals, rebrandings, new technolo
142. Azores Airlines Takes Delivery of First Airbus A321LR
Azores Airlines has taken delivery of the first of three Airbus A321LRs to be leased from Air Lease Corporation. Powered by CFM Internationalís LEAP-1A engines, the Azores Airlinesí A321LR comprises 190 seats in a two-class configuration, with 16 Business class seats and 174 seats in Economy class.
143. Bombardier Receives Global 5500 Order
Bombardier has secured its first order for a Global 5500 aircraft to be operated from the West Coast of the United States. The deal is valued at US$46 million, at current list prices.
144. Travelport Appoints Greg Webb as CEO
Travelport has appointed Greg Webb, a proven leader with over 20 years of experience in the travel technology industry, as Chief Executive Officer, effective 1 August 2019. Mr. Webb succeeds Gordon Wilson, who will step down as the President and CEO of Travelport. Mr. Webb will also join Travelportís Board of Directors.

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