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121. Dusit to Open Hospitality Management College in Manila, Philippines
Dusit recently held a launch event in Manila for the Dusit Hospitality Management College (DHMC), a college which is fully integrated with an hotel, the dusitD2 The Fort, Manila. Scheduled to open in 2017, the new college brings together some of the most trusted names in international hospitality and culinary education to offer students education and training in accordance to the h
122. Alitalia and airberlin Expand Commercial Agreement
Alitalia and airberlin have expanded their commercial agreement on flights between Germany, Switzerland, Austria and Italia. Travellers will benefit from up to 25% increased weekly frequencies on non-stop flights to Italy including a new airberlin route from Dusseldorf hub base to Bologna with three flights a day, starting 2 May. airberlin will also add capacity from Dusseldorf to
123. Capella to Manage Heritage Shikumen Landmark in Shanghai
Shanghai Hengfu Investment & Development has appointed Capella Hotel Group Asia as the manager of Capella Shanghai, Jian Ye Li, a new hotel scheduled to open in March 2017. Located within Hengfu historical and cultural preservation zone of the Xuhui District, Capella Shanghai, Jian Ye Li will be the city's only all-villa urban resort in the last remaining cluster of historical shik
124. Costa to Deploy Fifth Ship in Asia
Starting in April 2017, the Costa neoRomantica (56,800 gross tonnage and 1,800 pasengers) will be based in Asia year-round. She will be the fifth Costa ship deployed regularly in Asia.
125. Airports in New Zealand to Implement Rockwell Collins CUPPS
Wellington Airport and the Common Use Terminal Equipment (CUTE) clubs at both Auckland and Christchurch International Airports have each selected Rockwell Collins common use passenger processing solutions (CUPPS), enabling the airports to reduce costs and passengers to experience faster check-in times.
126. Former Google CIO to Open HITEC 2014
Former Google CIO, Douglas Merrill, will address the 2014 Hospitality Industry Technology Exposition and Conference (HITEC) attendees during the opening session on the relevant topics of organizational security and data protection. Merrill will speak on Monday, 23 June 2014, at the Los Angeles Convention Center in Los Angeles, California. In addition, HITEC has secured two other ex
127. JAL and Finnair Expand Codeshare Operations
Japan Airlines and Finnair, both members of the oneworld alliance, have agreed to expand their codeshare cooperation on Finnair-operated flights between Fukuoka and Helsinki starting 7 May 2016. Fukuoka will become the fourth gateway from Japan to Europe to be included in JAL's joint business partnership with Finnair and British Airways, in addition to Osaka, Nagoya and Tokyo.
128. Airbus Completes Painting of Thai Airways First Airbus A350 XWB
Airbus has completed the painting of Thai Airways International's first A350 XWB. The aircraft is now set to move to the next stages of production, including the installation of engines and cabin furnishing, before starting ground and flight tests. The aircraft is scheduled for delivery to Thai Airways mid-2016.

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