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- 105. UTair Finalizes Order for 40 Boeing 737s
UTair Aviation of Russia has signed an order for 40 Boeing Next-Generation 737 airplanes. The order comprises seven 737-900ERs and 33 737-800s and is valued at $3.8 billion at list prices.
- 106. How is Travel Technology Improving European Passengers’ Travel Experiences?
The 2014 SITA/Air Transport World Passenger Survey reports that 82% of European passengers are highly satisfied with their travel experiences due to advances in technology. The survey, which queried approximately 2,300 passengers in France, Germany, Spain, Russia and the UK, found that technology plays a major role in improving the travel experience.
- 107. Phuket's Tourism Economy Boosted by Eastern European Visitors
Thailand's current tourism bull run is being underscored by a watershed of Eastern European travelers - a soaring source of business that delivered 1.6 million visitors in 2012, led by Russia with an 82% share. The sheer impact of the volume is nowhere more apparent than the holiday destination of Phuket which has experienced a direct hit, as over 650,000 Eastern European tourists
- 108. Starwood to Expand European Portfolio by 40%
Starwood has unveiled plans to open more than 60 new hotels and resorts across Europe by 2020, increasing its current European hotel portfolio by nearly 40%. Starwood will open nine new hotels in Europe this year, primarily in fast-growing markets such as Turkey, Russia and the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS).
- 109. Gulf Air to Launch Bahrain - Moscow Flights
Gulf Air is to launch direct flights between Bahrain and Moscow, the capital of Russia, on 28 October 2014. The airline will operate four flights per week to Domodedovo International Airport – 42 kilometers south-southeast from the center of Moscow and the city’s largest airport in terms of passenger and cargo traffic.
- 110. Korean Air to Resume Flights to St. Petersburg; Launch Gatwick and Nairobi
Korean Air will operate flights to St. Petersburg, Russia, between 24 April and 29 September 2012. The Incheon - St. Petersburg flights will operate three times a week - Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday - utilizing Airbus 330-200 that can seat 226 passengers.
- 111. Koltsovo Int. Airport Deploys SITA WorkBridge Resource Management System
Ekaterinburg’s showcase Koltsovo International Airport – Russia’s largest regional airport with a capacity of eight million passengers – is deploying the SITA WorkBridge Resource Management System this month as the airport seeks to meet its ambitious expansion targets.
- 112. Korean Air Signs Codeshare with Russia’s Aurora Airlines
Korean Air is now codesharing with Aurora Airlines on the route between Incheon-Sakhalin. Aurora Airlines (Russian: Аврора) is a subsidiary of Aeroflot, created by merging SAT Airlines and Vladivostok Air. Aurora Airlines flies to 18 cities in 4 countries with 13 aircraft including the Boeing 737.
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