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81. Kingfisher Airlines to Launch Kolkata - Bangkok Flights
Kingfisher Airlines to Launch Kolkata - Bangkok Flights. Kingfisher Airlines is to launch daily direct flights between Kolkata and Bangkok from August 14, 2009. After London, Colombo, Dhaka and Dubai, Bangkok will be the fifth international destination on Kingfisher's international route network.
82. Air China Launches Business Travel Card
Air China Launches Business Travel Card. Air China has launched the ĎAir China Business Travel Cardí. There are four types of card available - The Distinguished Travel Card, The Clear Travel Card, The Smooth Travel Card and The Easy Travel Card.
83. RevPAR to Recover Mid-2010?
RevPAR to Recover Mid-2010?. More than 50% of attendees who participated in a survey at STRís inaugural Hotel Data Conference presented by Magnuson Hotels on 4-5 August believe the industryís RevPAR will not start to recover until at least the second half of 2010 or after.
84. Aloft to be Abu Dhabiís Second Largest Hotel
Aloft to be Abu Dhabiís Second Largest Hotel. The Aloft Hotel will be located 20 minutes away from downtown Abu Dhabi and 15 minutes from Abu Dhabi International Airport. It will serve the ADNEC visitors and exhibitors but is also anticipated to become a regular destination for young affluent residents of Abu Dhabi searching for new and stylish outlets.
85. Take Another Mate to Hawaii
Take Another Mate to Hawaii. Hawaiian Airlines has relaunched its popular Take A Mate air fares from 20 destinations in Australia to Hawaii, enabling two people to travel together to exciting Honolulu using just one fare.
86. JAL Reports Q1 Results for FY2009
JAL Reports First Quarter Results for FY2009. The operating revenue of JAL's core business segment, the air transportation segment, was a year-on-year decline of 137.2 billion yen at 290.9 billion yen. Consequently, in contrast to the 3.4 billion yen income achieved in this business category the same period last year, an operating loss of 84.2 billion yen was recorded this quarter.
87. Sue Sullivan Resigns as Chief Executive of CINZ
Sue Sullivan has resigned as Chief Executive of the Conventions and Incentives New Zealand (CINZ). Sue will leave the association at the end of November to take up a new role in Canterbury, as Chief Executive of Christchurch and Hanmer Attractions.
88. Fusion Appoints Aye Mon as Group Spa Director
Fusion, a rapidly growing Vietnam-based hospitality brand, has appointed Aye Mon as Group Spa Director. Aye Monís new role will see her working closely with Fusionís resort and spa managers to develop the brandís wellness offerings.

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