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121. Millennium Hotel Minneapolis Re-Opens After Extensive Renovations
The Millennium Hotel Minneapolis has re-opened after more than $22 million in extensive renovations throughout the property. The hotel, which had a soft opening in April, closed in December 2012 to undergo a complete transformation. The hotel has been remodeled from top to bottom including all 321 guest rooms and public spaces. Guest rooms now offer a modern, relaxed and refined lo
122. Etihad Cargo Certifies Worldwide Flight Services as Preferred Handling Partner
Etihad Cargo has certified international ground handling services company Worldwide Flight Services (WFS) as a Preferred Handling Partner (PHP). The two-year PHP certification with WFS is focused initially on six Etihad Cargo stations: London, Brussels, Paris, Bangkok, Washington D.C. and Seattle.
123. Asia Pacific Airlines Post Higher Earnings
Preliminary financial performance figures from the Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA) show that Asia Pacific airlines achieved US$5.2 billion in combined net profits in 2012, 6.7% above the US$4.8 billion reported for the year 2011. Sustained growth in passenger markets helped mitigate a challenging operating environment marked by prolonged weakness in air cargo markets an
124. Far East to Rename and Refresh Village Portfolio
Far East Hospitality has decided to refresh its Village portfolio of hotels and residences. As part of the refresh the hotels will be renamed and six of the eight Village properties will be refurbished. The refurbishment will include the rooms, faade and facilities as follows:
125. Six Senses Laamu Creates Code of Conduct for Dolphin Watching
Six Senses Laamu has established a Code of Conduct for dolphin watching in an attempt to help protect the local spinner and bottlenose dolphins, and to ensure the future sustainability of their populations. The code has been implemented by Rachel Lambert, the resorts Resident Biologist, who has a Biological Science Degree from University of Oxford, and a Masters in Marine Biology
126. JAL to Reduce Fuel Surcharges
Japan Airlines has requested approval from the Japanese Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism to revise down the fuel surcharges applied on all its international passenger tickets issued between 1 August 2013 and 30 September 2013.
127. Archipelago Opens Aston Jember Hotel & Conference Center
Archipelago International has opened a new 4-star hotel and conference center in Jember, in Indonesias province of East Java. The new Aston Jember Hotel & Conference Center, located on Jalan Sentot Prawirodirjo, just off Jalan Gajah Mada, Jembers main artery, becomes the 23rd Aston in Indonesia.
128. Norwegian to Operate Boeing 787-8 on Select European Routes
Norwegian has said it will operate its brand new Boeing 787 Dreamliner on several European routes this summer, including London - Oslo. Norwegians passengers will also have the opportunity to experience the state-of-the-art 787 Dreamliner on selected routes from Oslo to Alicante, Malaga, Nice and Barcelona.

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