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- 17. New Study Identifies New Online Travel Shopping Trends
A new industry study, Empowering inspiration: The Future of Travel Search, identifies trend-setting consumers' behaviour and motivations when shopping for travel online, and identifies their experience during the destination selection, shopping and booking processes. The study also details the key trends and predictions for how consumers want to be able to search for travel online
- 18. Cornell Study questions Traditional Bordeaux Wine Classification
Cornell Study questions Traditional Bordeaux Wine Classification. A test of Bordeaux wine rating services for fine vintages shows that the three most prominent authorities are consistent in their ratings. Thus, consumers can confidently rely on those ratings if they wish, according to a new wine classification study from Cornell's Center for Hospitality Research. At the same time,
- 19. Diners Dissatisfied with Close-Set Tables warns Cornell Study
Diners Dissatisfied with Close-Set Tables warns Cornell Study. Restaurateurs should make sure that their customers have sufficient personal space, according to a newly released restaurant study conducted by two researchers at the Cornell School of Hotel Administration. In a survey of nearly 300 dinner customers at a fine-dining restaurant in New York City, senior lecturer Stephani
- 20. Airbus, BA, Heathrow and NATS to Study Noise Reduction Procedures
Airbus, British Airways (BA), Heathrow Airport (LHR) and NATS (the main air navigation service provider in the United Kingdom) have joined forces to study and develop operational procedures with an aim of reducing the number of people affected by noise around Londonís Heathrow. The study will use British Airwaysí A380, one of the quietest commercial aircraft in the world.
- 21. Perth Airport Welcomes Release of Capacity Study
Perth Airport has welcomed Airservices Australiaís release of a jointly funded study, undertaken by the United Kingdomís air navigation service provider, UK NATS. The study was completed in July 2012 to determine what measures could be put in place to enhance the existing airfield and airspace capacity at Perth Airport.
- 22. Cornell Study finds Work Climate Contributes to Hotel Service Excellence
Cornell Study finds Work Climate Contributes to Hotel Service Excellence. Conventional wisdom suggests that content employees provide the best service. As a consequence, many managers begin their customer-service strategy by addressing employee satisfaction. However, a new hotel management study by two Cornell University professors suggests a different starting point for service ex
- 23. Airport Privatisation Study Indicates Resurgence in Airport Investment to Continue in 2007
Airport Privatisation Study Indicates Resurgence in Airport Investment to Continue in 2007. 2006 was a bumper year for airport transactions, with 15 major airports/airport groups privatised or more than one a month. It was the second highest number, according to a new study released by the Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation, since 1998, when 21 transactions occurred.
- 24. New Cornell Study looks into Hidden Costs of Turnover
New Cornell Study looks into Hidden Costs of Turnover. Exit interviews and careful selection may be two of the keys to reducing the expenses of turnover. An analysis by two Cornell University researchers of the many steps involved in turnover found that the cost of each step affects different hotels in different ways. The study, 'Costs of Employee Turnover: When the Devil Is in the
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