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129. Work Begins on Second Passenger Terminal @ Savona Palacrociere
On Tuesday, work officially started to double the capacity of the Savona Palacrociere thanks to the building of a second passenger terminal. The tender process for the project was completed on 24 May 2012, with the winning contractor a consortium led by Project Managers PDR Bianchi De Rege S.p.A. of Genoa and Aza-Aghito- Zambonini S.p.A. of Fiorenzuola.
130. 137 Pillars House in Chiang Mai to Host Classical Violin and Piano Concert
Following the success of its first concert by celebrated Hungarian State Opera Tenor Soloist Xavier Rivadeneira, and Pianist Jonas Dept on 4 June, 137 Pillars House will host its second concert on Saturday, 23 June 2012. The concert will feature Jonathon Glonek on Violin and Eri Nakagawa on Piano.
131. Qantas Warns of Loss
The Qantas Group has said it expects to report an underlying profit before tax (PBT) in the range of $50-$100 million for the financial year ending 30 June 2012. Qantas International is expected to report an earnings before interest and tax (EBIT) loss of over $450 million in 2011/12 compared with $216 million in 2010/11.
132. Amadeus Releases Latest Corporate Responsibility Report
Amadeus published its Corporate Responsibility Report on Tuesday highlighting the companys performance on Corporate Responsibility issues across the Amadeus Group in 195 countries over the past year. The report highlights Amadeus activities with 165 projects in 45 countries and covers
133. Finnair Technical Services Employees Return to Work
Finnair customers will be pleased to learn that the walk out has already ended and the Finnair Technical Services personnel have now returned to work. The airline does warn that some individual cancellations or delays in flights are still possible, but it expects flight operations to return normal within hours.
134. American Airlines and Air Tahiti Nui to Codeshare
American Airlines and Air Tahiti Nui have signed a bilateral codeshare agreement and applied for approval by the U.S. Department of Transportation. When approved, the codeshare agreement will allow American to place its code on Air Tahiti Nui flights between Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) and Papeete Faa'a International Airport (PPT) and will allow Air Tahiti Nui to
135. Etihad Airways Selects Sharklets for New Airbus A320s
Etihad Airways has signed a contract with Airbus to equip 17 of its future A320s on order, with Airbus fuel saving Sharklets. The new wingtip devices measure 2.5 metres tall, replace the aircrafts current wingtip fence and will reduce fuel burn particularly over longer sectors.
136. Shintaro @ Four Seasons Bangkok to Launch Ayu Promotion
Ayu, a small fish native to many rivers, lakes and coastal waters of Japan, is celebrated as being one of the tastiest of all river fish, especially when skewered and grilled over a fire. As it has a distinctive sweet flavor with aromas of melon and cucumber, Ayu is known as sweet fish and remains a favorite in Japanese cuisine.

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