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57. Lufthansa to Launch Munich - Bursa Flights
Lufthansa to Launch Munich - Bursa Flights. Lufthansa is to launch flights to Bursa in western Turkey on 1 August 2010. The city will then become the fourth destination in Turkey after Istanbul, Ankara and Izmir to be served direct from Germany by Lufthansa. The new route will initially be operated from Munich with an Airbus A319.
58. Munich Airport Celebrates 18 Years
Munich Airport Celebrates 18 Years. After seeing 12 million travelers in 1992, its first operating year, the new airport handled nearly 33 million passengers in 2009 almost three times as many. Since May 17, 1992, Munich Airport has counted approximately 416 million passengers, 5.7 million take-offs and landings and more than 2.5 million tons of airfreight.
59. Amadeus Reports Q1 Results
Amadeus Reports Q1 Results. Amadeus has reported year-on-year financial results for the first quarter (three months ending 31st March 2010) that show an increase in adjusted net income of 58.1% to reach 128.9m, backed by a growth in revenues of 13.4% to 705.3m and an improvement in adjusted EBITDA by 26.1% to 280.3m. This continues Amadeus trend for steady growth, following an
60. Air Tahiti Nui launches Sydney - Bora Bora Promotion
Air Tahiti Nui launches Sydney - Bora Bora Promotion. Air Tahiti Nui and Elegant Resorts and Villas are offering the opportunity to experience the stunning beauty of Bora Bora at the ultra-luxurious Four Seasons Bora Bora Resort and Spa. The promotion starts from A$5695 per person and includes return Economy Class flights from Sydney to Papeete with Air Tahiti Nui, five nights at t
61. Bangkok Trouble Update
Tourists Best Avoid Bangkok. As people are seeing on their television screens around the world, the problems in Bangkok have escalated to such an extent that blood is being shed on the streets of the capital city. On Sunday (16 May), the black smoke of burning tires could be seen rising from the city from well over 30 kms away. Thai soldiers are shooting on their fellow countrymen,
62. Hong Kong Airport Reports April 2010 Traffic
Hong Kong Airport Reports April 2010 Traffic. Air cargo tonnage at Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) registered positive growth for the seventh consecutive month, surging 38% year on year to 354,000 tonnes in April 2010. Air traffic movements also increased by 2.7% over last April to 24,725. Passenger volume declined 1.5% to approximately 4.2 million.
63. Coral International Cape Town launches World Cup Promotion
Coral International Cape Town launches World Cup Promotion. Even though the number of arrivals is estimated to be lower than previously anticipated, about 350,000 foreign visitors are still expected for the month-long 2010 FIFA World Cup tournament in South Africa.
64. Violence in Bangkok Hurting Hotels
Violence in Bangkok Hurting Hotels. The ongoing crisis in Bangkok is having a significant negative impact on the city's hotel performance. Daily data compiled by STR Global shows the immediate impact while monthly trend data shows a marked resilience by hoteliers in the Thai capital during the last few years.

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