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- 129. Amadeus Studies Long Distance Rail Traffic in Europe
According to a recent study from Amadeus, The Rail Journey to 2020, long-distance passenger traffic will increase by an estimated 21% (2.2% annually) to reach over 1.36 billion by 2020, 238 million up compared to 2011 figures.
- 130. Aamir Pervez joins Corp Executive Hotel Apartments - Al Barsha Dubai as General Manager
Aamir Pervez joins Corp Executive Hotel Apartments - Al Barsha Dubai as General Manager. Taking over the reins at the new Corp Executive Hotel Apartments – Al Barsha – Dubai is Aamir Pervez, who moves from his previous role as regional sales director at the management company, HMH (Hospitality Management Holdings). Born in India and educated in New Delhi, Aamir chose to study to de
- 131. Airbus and World Bank Sign MOU to Develop Innovative SmartBus Project in Peru
Airbus and the World Bank have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to develop SmartBus, an innovative geospatial monitoring pilot project. Connected buses will gather and transmit information in real time about the state of the national road network, as well as enabling communication with areas isolated due to natural disasters. It will also study the use of new technologies to pr
- 132. Finavia Redesigning Facilities at Helsinki Airport
Finavia is preparing a major modification of Helsinki Airport’s commercial activities. A thorough study of tax and duty free, retail, food and beverage and services is being carried out with a view to redesigning most of the commercial facilities at the airport.
- 133. Zuji Study Reveals Latest Travel Trends of Young Singaporeans
Zuji has released findings from its fourth travel insights report that profiles the habits and preferences of Singapore-based grad and post-grad travellers. Themed ‘Young, Wild and Free’, 328 Singapore-based travellers participated in the poll, of which 164 were aged between 18-24 and categorised as ‘grads’, while the remaining 164 were aged 25-34 and considered ‘post-grads’. The p
- 134. Travelport Survey Provides Insights into Travel Trends and Technology
Travelport has released the findings of an international survey providing insight into how digital leisure travellers plan and book their trips: from the frequency of their holidays to how they go about researching and planning their journey. The study also explored their use of technology and social media and how travel agents can rise to the challenge of their evolving needs thro
- 135. New TripAdvisor Survey Looks at Female Travel Trends
According to the findings of TripAdvisor's inaugural Women and the World Travel Survey, women in Southeast Asia are embracing independent travel. The study of over 600 women from Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand and Indonesia found that one in three (36%) travel alone for leisure, with 43% planning at least 2 solo trips this year.
- 136. PolyU Study: How Smartphones Shape Travel Experience
It will come as no surprise that the ever-increasing everyday use of smartphones spills over to the tourist experience. Smartphone use is most definitely transforming our daily lives, allowing us to listen to music, take photographs, socialise with friends, obtain information and make purchases wherever we want. This should have clear implications for travel, but the researchers no
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