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145. Lao Airlines to Implement iPort DCS
Lao Airlines has signed a departure control system (DCS) agreement with Res2 and Travelport. The national airline of Laos will implement iPort DCS at airports throughout its network to support and optimize both passenger handling and load control.
146. Amsterdam Now Home to Largest Holiday Inn Express in Europe
IHG has opened the largest Holiday Inn Express hotel in Europe. The Holiday Inn Express Amsterdam North Riverside is located on the northern shore of the IJ-lake, just a short and free ferry ride from Amsterdam City Centre.
147. GKN Aerospace Receives Keys to Global Technology Centre in Bristol
GKN Aerospace has taken ownership of its new Global Technology Centre (GTC) in Bristol after the keys were officially handed over by the developers, the St Francis Group.
148. Unicorp Takes Delivery of First U.S.-Based Global 5500 Business Jet
Unicorp National Developments in Orlando, Florida has taken delivery of what is the first Global 5500 business jet to be based in the United States. The aircraft will be available for charter.
149. Ascott Sells Citadines Didot Montparnasse Paris and Ascott Guangzhou
Ascott Residence Trust (ART) has entered into two conditional agreements to sell Ascott Guangzhou in China and Citadines Didot Montparnasse Paris in France to two unrelated third parties for a total of about S$191.4 million (approximately US$138.7 million).
150. Thousands of Boeing 737s in Danger of Engine Failure Warns FAA
The emergency AD (2020-16-51) has been sent to owners and operators of U.S.-registered Boeing 737-300, -400, -500, -600, -700, -700C, -800, -900, and -900ER series airplanes. Around 2,000 aircraft need to be inspected.
151. Marriott to Rebrand Resort in Queensland, Australia
Marriott has confirmed plans to rebrand the Surfers Paradise Marriott Resort & Spa as the JW Marriott Gold Coast Resort & Spa in December, following a $35 million renovation.
152. AAPA Urges Governments to Ease 'Unduly Onerous Restrictions on Int. Air Travel'
The Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA) has urged governments to ease what it says are unduly onerous restrictions on international air travel so that global connectivity can be re-established with evidence-based measures to safeguard public health.

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