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153. Self-Service Key to Managing More Passengers at Chinas Airports
Chinas airports are using self-service and other leading technologies to manage increasing passenger numbers which rose by 11% in 2014, and continue to rise. This is according to the 2015 SITA/ACI Airport IT Trends Survey. It reports that 100% of the airports surveyed now provide self-service check-in kiosks. By 2018, 77% will offer kiosks for self bag tagging and 68% will offer u
154. Starwood to Open W Hotel in Taipei
Starwood to Open W Hotel in Taipei. Starwood is to open the W Taipei hotel in late 2010. Located in the buzzing Central Business District of Xinyi, in the centre of Taipeis business, financial, retail and entertainment hub, the hotel will cater to leisure seekers intent on insider access to the nearby nightlife spots which set the trends for the citys electric party set.
155. Abu Dhabi Airport Reports Q1 and March 2010 Traffic
Abu Dhabi Airport Reports Q1 and March 2010 Traffic. The month of March 2010 alone saw similar growth trends with a +13.4% increase in passenger traffic, +23.4% on cargo, and +15.1% on aircraft movements. The top city destinations from Abu Dhabi, in Q1 2010, were: Bangkok, London, Doha, Manila and Bahrain; representing 21.0% of the total traffic handled by the airport in the first
156. Survey Shows 93% of Airlines Choose Mobile Services as Top IT Investment
The way airlines are doing business is undergoing a fundamental transformation as mobile apps permeate every step of the journey and core aspects of operations. The 14th annual SITA/Airline Business IT Trends Survey shows 93% of airlines have mobile services for passengers as a top investment priority over the next three years, with 58% investing in major programs.
157. Amadeus Looks at How Technology Will Shape Airports of the Future
With so much competition for each passenger, the evolution and expansion of airline routes, and growth in non-aeronautical revenues, key players in the industry are rethinking how airports need to operate in the future. To better understand how to manage these pressures, Amadeus has spoken with leaders in the travel industry to hear which trends they believe will shape the airport
158. 47% of ACI HR Survey Respondents to Change Employers in 2016
Results from the ACI HR Solutions 2016 Travel and Hospitality Industry Salary and Employment Trends Report point towards the travel and hospitality industry bucking the doom and gloom forecasts seen in other industries with encouraging signs showing 44% of sector hiring managers actually expecting new headcounts in 2016. ACI Founder & CEO, Andrew Chan said that while most thinking
159. Emerging Destinations to be Showcased @ Mekong Tourism Forum 2011
Emerging Destinations to be Showcased @ Mekong Tourism Forum 2011. The 2011 edition of the Mekong Tourism Forum will take place in the emerging destination of Pakse, southern Laos, between 27 and 28 May 2011. Under the theme - Destination Mekong: The Making of a Star - the event will showcase emerging destinations and trends in the Greater Mekong Sub-region (GMS).
160. Large Sporting Events Play Important Part in Tourism Development
Large Sporting Events Play Important Part in Tourism Development. During two days of intensive discussions, more than 300 delegates from around the world listened to practical analysis of earlier Olympics including organizers of the Athens, Sydney and Barcelona Games, as well as other recent mega sporting events. They shared experiences and looked for key trends and opportunities t

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