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9. Five Aviation Stakeholders Launch Global Study on Women in Leadership
Five stakeholder organizations in the aviation and aerospace industry will launch a global study - Soaring Through the Glass Ceiling - to identify and promote means by which the aviation and aerospace industry can more effectively recruit and advance women into leadership roles. The study is scheduled for release in the second quarter of 2019.
10. Business Travel: CWT Releases Results of Connected Traveler Study
According to the results of a new study conducted by Carlson Wagonlit Travel, business travelers are bringing more devices, and feel more productive as they are on the road conducting business. The CWT Connected Traveler Study of more than 1,900 business travelers found that travelers on average carry four different types of technology (mobile phone, tablet, laptop, etc.), with the
11. 54% of Thais to Increase Travel Budget in 2015; TripAdvisor Reveals Results of Study
TripAdvisor has revealed the results of its TripBarometer study. Conducted on behalf of TripAdvisor by independent research firm Ipsos, the TripBarometer study is the analysis of more than 44,000 global travellers and members of the hotel sector who chose to take part, with 568 respondents from Thailand. The TripBarometer: Global Travel Economy report reveals worldwide travel trend
12. Airbus launches Flight Data Study
Airbus launches Flight Data Study. Airbus has launched a study into reinforcing flight data recovery, including, but not limited to, extended data transmission for commercial airliners, so that in the event of accidents, critical flight information can still be recovered and released to the investigating authorities.
13. PolyU Study Finds Restaurant Service Charge Misunderstood in Hong Kong
PolyU Study Finds Restaurant Service Charge in Hong Kong Misunderstood. Restaurant patrons in Hong Kong misunderstand who benefits from the mandatory 10% service charge according to Vincent Heung and Manson Chung of the School of Hotel and Tourism Management (SHTM) of The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU). In a study recently published by the Asia Pacific Journal of Tourism
14. Global Study names Thailand as Best Country Brand for Value for Money
Global Study names Thailand as Best Country Brand for Value for Money. Thailand has been named 'The Best Country Brand' in terms of value for money in a global study by FutureBrand, a leading global brand consultancy.
15. Hotel Tax Study Reveals Economic Value of Visitors
Hotel Tax Study Reveals Economic Value of Visitors. The Destination & Travel Foundation has made available a case study demonstrating how hotel tax contributions in Phoenix impact city, county and state government operations, and infuses the local economy with US$166 million annually. The document shares how the Greater Phoenix Convention & Visitors Bureau captured hotel tax inform
16. PolyU Study Finds Understanding Market Segments Key to Boosting Repeat Visits
PolyU Study Finds Understanding Market Segments Key to Boosting Repeat Visits. A better understanding of tourist market segmentation in Hong Kong is the key to boosting repeat visits according to Professor Cathy Hsu of the School of Hotel and Tourism Management of The Hong Kong Polytechnic University and her collaborator Soo Kang. In a study recently published by the Journal of Tra

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