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129. Scandinavian Airlines Increases Flights to USA
Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) will be operating flights to all its US destinations when the airline resumes direct service to Boston in September and Miami in October. SAS plans to operate its first Airbus A321LR aircraft on flights from Copenhagen to Boston, and will increase the number of flights from Copenhagen to Los Angeles, San Francisco and Washington DC starting in September.
130. United Airlines New First Suite and Business Cabin available to Hong Kong Passengers
United Airlines New First Suite and Business Cabin available to Hong Kong Passengers. United Airlines new United First Suite and United Business cabins are now available to passengers flying to and from Hong Kong. The new premium products are available three days a week on Uniteds daily nonstop services between Hong Kong and San Francisco and the carriers daily nonstop services
131. China Airlines to Begin IATA Travel Pass Trial on 30 August
China Airlines has confirmed that it will begin trialing the IATA Travel Pass (ITP) platform on 30 August 2021. The IATA Travel Pass will initially be trialed on flights returning to Taiwan from the following eight destinations: Frankfurt, London, Los Angeles, New York, Ontario, San Francisco, Singapore and Vancouver. Published by TravelNewsAsia.com on 19 August 2021.
132. Hotels in U.S. Report Q1 2016 Increase in ADR and RevPAR
When compared with Q1 2015, the U.S. hotel industrys occupancy dipped 0.5% to 60.7%. However, ADR rose 3.2% to US$120.92, and RevPAR increased 2.7% to US$73.34. Three of the Top 25 Markets reported double-digit growth in RevPAR: Los Angeles/Long Beach, California (+16.6% to US$138.58); San Francisco/San Mateo, California (+15.7% to US$189.62); and Norfolk/Virginia Beach, Virginia
133. The Luxury Collection Invests US$300 Million in North America
The Luxury Collection has unveiled a US$300 million effort to expand and improve its hotel portfolio in North America. In coordination with its owner partners The Luxury Collection is investing in marquee hotel conversions and landmark renovations in diverse U.S. destinations, including Key West, Lake Tahoe, San Antonio and San Francisco, as it continues to grow around the world.
134. Hawaiian Airlines Launches ex-Australia Promotion
Hawaiian Airlines is enabling travellers to visit both Hawaii and the US mainland with new low fares from A$1498 ex-Sydney. Until 5 October 2011, the Summer Saver return fares are available for sale from 19 Australian cities to Los Angeles, San Francisco, Las Vegas, Seattle or Oakland via Hawaii.
135. Taylor Nelson Sofres releases New Research on Chinas Outbound Tourists
Taylor Nelson Sofres releases New Research on Chinas Outbound Tourists. What is Americas favourite city among Chinese? When asked to name their top three US cities (choosing from New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Las Vegas, Washington DC, Seattle, Chicago and Houston), New York City appeared in 72% of the answers, followed by Los Angeles (named in 47% of the answers), San Fra
136. SAS Launches Youth Go Light Fares
SAS has has launched a new fare class for young travellers who wish to travel light, without checking-in any baggage. The SAS Youth Go Light fares are available on all SAS flights between Sweden, Denmark, Norway and Finland to New York, Chicago, Boston, Miami, Washington, Los Angeles and San Francisco. Flying to the US from Finland includes a connection in either Stockholm, Copenha

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