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33. American Express study reveals business travel costs continue to rise on a global basis
American Express study reveals business travel costs continue to rise on a global basis
34. CAAS and EASA to Study Aircraft Wake Turbulence at Changi
The Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS) and the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) have signed a Working Arrangement to conduct a study of aircraft wake turbulence at Changi Airport, with the aim of reducing aircraft separation standards safely.
35. Asia Pacific Travellers Taking More Trips, Spending More
Travellers from Asia Pacific are now leading the world in leisure travel, according to Visaís Global Travel Intentions Study 2015. The study shows that travellers from the Asia Pacific region took more leisure trips in the past two years than any of the other countries surveyed, with more than 84% of those in the region having travelled solely for leisure in that time, well ahead o
36. New Global Study Reveals Travel Budgets Set to Increase
Visaís latest Global Travel Intentions Study 2013 has revealed that global cross-border tourism is thriving and travelers intend to increase budgets for their next trip by an average of 5% Ė with some holidaymakers even suggesting that they would more than double what they spent on their previous trip.
37. What Drives Asia Pacificís Affluent in Making Luxury Purchase Decisions?
According to the Visa Affluent Study 2015, goods and experiences that provide a sense of status, exclusivity and uniqueness are key considerations when shopping for luxury items for Asia Pacificís elite. According to the study, a percentage of affluent people in Asia Pacific describe themselves as ďstatus seekersĒ, with more than one third in China (38%), Hong Kong (36%) and Korea
38. Elbit Partners FAA to Research Enhanced Flight Vision Systems in Helicopters
Elbit Systems has teamed up with the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) as a research partner to study operational concepts for the use of Enhanced Flight Vision Systems (EFVS) in helicopters. The study will help lay the foundation for the future implementation of EFVS in rotorcraft.
39. British Council to Hold Business and Finance Study Tour in Dubai
In response to the increasing numbers of UAE students studying business and finance, the British Council, the United Kingdom's international organisation for cultural relations and educational opportunities, will be holding a Business and Finance Study Tour on 14 September at Towers Rotana Hotel, Dubai. Business and Finance are the most popular subjects for UAE students who choose
40. New Cornell Study Helps Restaurant Managers Maximize Revenue
New Cornell Study Helps Restaurant Managers Maximize Revenue

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