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105. Third Runway at Munich Airport Vital for Ongoing Competitiveness of Bavarian Economy
The construction of the third runway at Munich Airport in the near future will be vital for the ongoing competitiveness of the Bavarian economy. That is the conclusion of a new study just released by VBW, an association representing the interests of the state's business community.
106. New Study Forecasts Travel to Grow by 5.4% Per Annum Over Next 10 Years
A new report on global travel trends reveals that the global travel industry is poised for a period of sustained growth over the next decade, driven in part by Chinaís share of global outbound travel reaching as much as 20% by 2023. Shaping the Future of Travel: Macro trends driving industry growth over the next decade predicts an optimistic macro-economic outlook for global travel
107. Countries with 1% Better Air Cargo Connectivity Engage in 6% More Trade
IATA has released the results from a study identifying a quantitative link between a countryís air cargo connectivity and its participation in global trade. An 1% increase in air cargo connectivity was associated with a 6.3% increase in a countryís total trade.
108. AsiaRooms and Lenovo Unveil Latest Travel Trends
According to a study commissioned by and Lenovo consumers in Asia are the most online-savvy in booking travel accommodation. 75% have indicated that when it comes to booking travel accommodation for leisure and business trips, reservations have been done online (10% higher than global average) and Singapore ranks the highest at 84%.
109. Santa Catarina One of Brazilís Best Kept Tourism Secrets
Santa Catarina One of Brazilís Best Kept Tourism Secrets. According to the study, travel and tourism in Santa Catarina contributes an estimated 12.5% of the state's GDP, or R$14.8 billion (US$6.4 billion) and nearly 510,000 jobs (11.9% of total employment) across the wider travel and tourism economy. Moreover, between now and 2019, its contribution is forecast to become even more s
110. Macau Studies Feasibility of Family Hostels
The Macau Government Tourist Office (MGTO) is studying the the feasibility of family hostels. The study includes an opinion poll as well as an analysis of relevant cases and laws in and beyond the region.
111. New Study Analyses Travel Buying Trends in Hong Kong
Armed with multiple mobile devices, highly connected consumers in todayís digital era are transforming the travel sectorís landscape into an increasingly professionalized one, especially in a developed market like Hong Kong. Transactions which were once carried out face-to-face have progressively been brought online, with 65% of travelers in Hong Kong utilizing their PCs, tablets a
112. AirAsia X Partners British FCO to offer Chevening Scholarships to Malaysians
The Chevening Scholarship is one of the most prestigious awards available to international students for study in the United Kingdom. The scholarship is named after Chevening House in Kent, the official country residence of the Foreign Secretary. The programme commenced in 1984 and is funded by the British government's Foreign and Commonwealth Office.

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