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169. COVID19 Disrupting Mental Health Services in Most Countries
According to the results of a WHO survey, the ongoing global COVID19 pandemic has disrupted or halted critical mental health services in 93% of countries worldwide while the demand for mental health is increasing.
170. Airline Passengers Want More Control
Airline passengers want more control of their journey and are looking for more self-service and mobile-based offerings to reduce stress during travel according to the 2012 SITA/Air Transport World Passenger Self-Service Survey released this week. It reports that 70% of passengers now carry smartphones, which is fueling the demand for services such as self-boarding and flight inform
171. New IATA Survey Reveals Growing Confidence in a Return to Air Travel
The results from IATA's latest poll of travelers, reveals growing confidence in a return to air travel, frustration with current travel restrictions, and acceptance of a travel app to manage health credentials for travel. Published by on 10 March 2021.
172. Oxford Researchers to Analyse Data from oneworld's COVID19 Trial
American Airlines, British Airways and oneworld have teamed up with researchers at the Oxford Internet Institute (OII), the University of Oxford, in the review and analysis of survey data from the COVID19 testing trial recently launched by the airlines and alliance. Published by on 11 December 2020.
173. Couples Prefer Romantic Dinners and Hide-away Trips for Valentines Day
Forget the Chocolates and Roses Couples Prefer Romantic Dinners and Hide-away Trips for Valentines Day. A survey conducted recently by WORLDHOTELS has found that 75% of travellers both male and female celebrate Valentines Day, and that those aged between 35 and 45 are the most romantic, with the largest percentage of those that show admiration each year to their partner comin
174. Outlook Mixed for 2009 Corporate Travel Business in Hong Kong
Outlook Mixed for 2009 Corporate Travel Business in Hong Kong. HSMAI's Hong Kong / Macau Chapter has released the results of a short survey polling hotelier opinion on the outlook of their expectations for the upcoming corporate RFP season. Dr. David L. Jones Ph.D. Associate Professor, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, presented the results during a breakfast webinar and discussion
175. Battle of the Sexes Heats Up Over Olympic Games Sports
Battle of the Sexes Heats Up Over Olympic Games Sports. Some of the toughest competitions during the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games may be at home over the television remote control, according to a Visa survey which shows a divergence between mens and womens interests in Olympic sports. Of the 4,556 people from the Asia Pacific region who were asked which Olympic sporting events most
176. Creative Solutions Needed to Combat Rising Travel Costs
Creative Solutions Needed to Combat Rising Travel Costs. Insight on Corporate Travel, an analysis of and commentary on the survey results, reveals that increasing demand and escalating travel costs represent significant challenges for travel and procurement managers across the Asia Pacific region. For the second year in a row, reducing total cost of travel was cited as the primary

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