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- 105. Emirates Appoints Haitham Al Battawy as Country Manager - Iraq
Emirates has appointed Haitham Al Battawy, a UAE National, as the new Country Manager in Iraq. Haitham will take on the role from 2 October 2011 and will be stationed in Baghdad. He will be responsible for overseeing Emirates’ operations within the country, building revenue and expanding its commercial footprint.
- 106. Free Landing / Parking Services @ Al Bateen Airport During F1 Weekend
Al Bateen Executive Airport will provide landing and parking services free of charge to all Business Aviation customers flying into Al Bateen between 10 and 14 November 2011 as part of the airport’s commitment to develop and promote Business Aviation in the region.
- 107. Meliá to Open Hotel in Zanzibar
On Saturday, 1 October 2011, Meliá Hotels & Resorts will open a resort on the exotic island of Zanzibar in Tanzania. The Meliá Zanzibar Hotel is built on an 100 acre estate with a private beach in the northeast of the island. The 5-star resort features 7 villas with private pools and gardens, along with a hundred rooms with lounges, large bathrooms, outdoor tropical rain shower and
- 108. ITB Asia Asks Delegates to Make a Difference
Delegates at ITB Asia 2011 will be able to contribute to a good social cause while doing what they do best, travelling around the world. Messe Berlin (Singapore), organiser of ITB Asia, has launched a special social media project to help raise funds for its adopted charity – Operation Smile Singapore.
- 109. Eurostar Selects Nomad Digital for WiFi and Infotainement
Eurostar has awarded Nomad Digital, a specialist provider of connectivity solutions to the rail industry, the contracts to supply onboard Wi-Fi connectivity and state-of-the-art infotainment for its existing fleet of high speed trains. Over the next three years, Eurostar is making a £700 million investment in its fleet.
- 110. Korean Air Moves from XP to Windows 7 Enterprise
Korean Air has retired Windows XP and is rolling out Windows 7 Enterprise companywide, with plans to be 100% deployed by the end of 2011. Korean Air has nearly 19,000 employees, with flights to 115 cities around the world. It operates almost 400 flights per day.
- 111. Ed Fuller to Leave Marriott
Ed Fuller of Marriott International, is to retire from the company on 31 March 2011. Mr. Fuller, as president and managing director of International Lodging, led Marriott’s growth outside the continental United States from 16 hotels to more than 550 today in more than 70 countries. Approximately 175 additional hotels are currently under development outside the US.
- 112. Typhoon Pedring Forces Closure of Sofitel Philippine Plaza Manila
Earlier this week, Typhoon Pedring (international codename: Nesat) caused heavy downpours over Metro Manila that contributed to flooding in the downtown bay area. High waves also spilled over from the Manila Bay into the grounds and lower level of the Sofitel Philippine Plaza Manila, causing flooding and an interruption in power supply and telephone service.
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