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33. Travel News Archives from Between 11 February 2015 and 25 February 2015
All the latest travel news featured on ASIATravelTips/TravelNewsAsia between 11 and 25 February 2015, archived for your easy reference. Travel News Archives from Between 11 February 2015 and 25 February 2015. Travel news from the world's travel trade, aviation and hospitality industries. The latest travel news we feature covers mainly Asia Pacific and Australasia but also extends t
34. Dusit Signs Hotel in Yangon, Myanmar
Dusit has signed a management agreement for the first-ever dusitD2 hotel to be located in the mystical country of Myanmar. Slated for a 2017 opening, the dusitD2 Residence Yangon will be located between the city centre and Yangon International Airport, and will offer 300 units, a specialty dining outlet, bar, business lounge and recreational facilities including a gym and swimming
35. AirAsia Launches Free Shuttle Bus Transfers to/from Mandalay Airport
AirAsia has launched a free shuttle bus service for its passengers in Mandalay, offering daily transfers between Mandalay Airport and downtown Mandalay. The 45-kilometer journey is free of charge for AirAsia passengers, and to celebrate this value-added service, the airline is offering promotional fares on its daily flights from Bangkok to Mandalay, starting from THB 1290 per way (
36. AirAsia Removes Fuel Surcharge on All Flights
Declining global oil prices has allowed AirAsia to abolish the fuel surcharge across all of its airlines in the group, as well as its low-cost long haul affiliates AirAsia X, Thai AirAsia X and Indonesia AirAsia X. AirAsia was one of the first airlines to abolish fuel surcharge for all its domestic and international flights back in 2008, however rocketing fuel prices forced the air
37. Castle Hotel in Dalian Appoints New Executive Chef
The Castle Hotel, a Luxury Collection Hotel in Dalian, China has appointed Paul Liu as Executive Chef of its Zhenbao Chinese Restaurant. A seasoned hospitality professional, Liu most recently worked as the executive chef at the Ju Hao Xuan and Qing Hui Lou restaurants at the Grand Square Hotel Wuhu.
38. Thai Airways Unveils Transformation Plan
Thai Airways International has unveiled details of its much needed Transformation Plan. The plan, already agreed to by the Thai government, includes a strategic framework covering six major areas aimed at ensuring future stability and sustainability for the airline.
39. Hong Kong Sevens Ticket Ballot to Close 31 January 2015
The public ballot draw for the Cathay Pacific/HSBC Hong Kong Sevens 2015 will close on Saturday, 31 January 2015. Over 21,000 interested spectators (21,228) have registered for the 9,000 tickets available in the draw in the 12 weeks since registration opened on 1 November 2014. Last years ballot drew a total of 21,673 applications. The draw will be held on Wednesday, 4 February 20
40. International SOS Publishes Health Risk Map 2015
International SOS has released Health Risk Map 2015, a tool to help organisations understand the medical risks in the markets in which they operate. The Health Risk Map series, now in its sixth year, helps organisations such as multinational companies, NGOs, educational institutions and governments identify how to anticipate health threats to their employees. Doug Quarry, Medical D

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