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49. Six Continents Hotels announces results of consumer study
Six Continents Hotels announces results of consumer study
50. China Southern Airlines to Study Bird Strikes at New Baiyun International Airport
China Southern Airlines to Study Bird Strikes at New Baiyun International Airport
51. Melbourne ranks highly in new Australian Business Events Study
Melbourne ranks highly in new Australian Business Events Study.
52. AVTECH to Study Behaviour of Vortex Wake at Dubai Int. Airport
AVTECH, a provider of digital ATM solutions, has been awarded a minimum 14-month contract with Dubai Airports to study the behaviour of vortex wake generated by aircraft arriving at Dubai International. For more than forty years air traffic controllers have used prescribed standard separation distances between landing aircraft, based on their weight, to account for the theoretical
53. BA Study Reveals Online Check-In to be Favourite Travel Innovation
In a study carried out by British Airways, online check-in has been voted the best travel innovation. The top five technological innovations, heralded for greatly improving the traveling experience, are online check-in, electronic tickets, the option to choose your seat online, mobile boarding pass and kiosk check-in.
54. PolyU Study Finds TV Drama Influences Perceptions of Korea
Viewers of the immensely popular television drama Daejanggeum (Jewel in the Palace) are keen to try Korean food and have a positive image of the country, according to Dr Samuel Seongseop Kim, Dean and Chair Professor Kaye Chon of the School of Hotel and Tourism Management (SHTM) at The Hong Kong Polytechnic University and a co-researcher. In a recently published study of customers
55. New Study Calls on Travel Industry to Adopt ‘Lean’ Thinking
A new study urges travel businesses to adopt and apply the principles of ‘lean’ thinking across IT and operations, in order to create an industry that can better detect, understand and respond to customers’ increasingly complex and changing needs. ‘Cleared for take-off’, written by innovation forecaster James Woudhuysen, and commissioned by Amadeus, argues that only by embracing l
56. Open University joins hands with Cathay Pacific to offer study programme in inflight service
Open University joins hands with Cathay Pacific to offer study programme in inflight service.

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