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49. Continental, KLM and Northwest join the SkyTeam Alliance
Continental, KLM and Northwest join the SkyTeam Alliance.
50. Skyview Lounge at Singapore Changi wins Priority Pass Lounge of the Year
Skyview Lounge at Singapore Changi wins Priority Pass Lounge of the Year. The Skyview Lounge at Singapore Changi Airport has been voted Lounge of the Year 2007 for Asia Pacific by the worldwide membership of Priority Pass, a leading independent airport lounge access programme.
51. Airport Lounge Pass
Lounge Pass does not require an annual membership and allows travellers flying in economy class to use VIP lounges at airport around the world for a per use fee. An excellent choice for travellers who travel infrequently and in economy, but still want to be able to enjoy a little more luxry and peace and quiet an Airport Lounge offers.
52. Vietnam Airlines to Operate Just Three Return Flights Per Day
Vietnam Airlines has further reduced its domestic flight schedule. Up to 15 April 2020, the airline will only operate one return flight between Hanoi - Saigon, Hanoi - Danang and Saigon - Danang.
53. Oakwood Opens Third Property in Jakarta, Indonesia
Oakwood has opened its third property in Jakarta, Indonesia. The Oakwood Apartments PIK Jakarta features 151 fully furnished serviced apartments offering city and ocean views.
54. Airbus Sites in Germany and Spain Producing 3D Printed Visor Frames
The majority of Airbus sites in Spain have joined forces to produce 3D printed visor frames, providing healthcare personnel with individual protection equipment in the fight against COVID19.
55. EU Waives Airport Slots Use Rule for Summer Season
The European Union has agree to suspend the airport slot use rules for the whole of the summer season. Previously, the rules for slot allocation meant that airlines had to operate at least 80% of their allocated slots under normal circumstances. Failure to comply with that meant the airline loses its right to the slot in the next equivalent season.
56. Increasing Occupancy Rates Hint at Early Signs of Recovery for Hotels in China
According to preliminary data from STR, mainland Chinas daily hotel occupancy reached an absolute level of 31.8% on 28 March, up from a low of 7.4% during the first week of February. In Beijing, daily occupancy sat around 10% for most of the first week of March, but climbed to as high as 21.6% on 28 March. Shanghai was as low as 11% on 1 March but reached 28.6% on 28 March.

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