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57. More SAS Flights Cancelled as Swedish Pilots Strike Continues
More SAS flights operated with Swedish pilots have been cancelled due to the continued pilot strike. Flights, operated with Danish and Norwegian pilots, as well as with SAS partner airlines will operate as normal. SAS has said that the strike will affect another 240 flights and 25,500 passengers on Tuesday.
58. Korean Air Makes Changes to Global Network
Korean Air has made the following changes to its network. Commencing December 2016, Korean Air will introduce direct flights to New Delhi, India. From the last week of September, and after the Rio Olympic Games, Korean Air will suspend its thrice weekly flights between Incheon and Sao Paolo. To accommodate the affected tourists and the Korean community in Brazil, Korean Air will st
59. Executive Appointments at Cordis Hong Kong
Cordis, Hong Kong has appointed Mr. Edward Hobson as Director of Sales & Marketing and Ms. Mavis Ko as Director of Public Relations & Communications. Edward Hobson began his sales and marketing career in the UK, working in a number of prestigious central London hotels. Having gained extensive hospitality experience, Hobson went on to manage the sales and marketing function at the 6
60. Solomon Islands Reports 7.8% Growth in International Visitor Arrivals
Figures released this week show international visitation to the Solomon Islands, for the period January December 2015, increased from 20,061 in 2014 to 21,623 a growth of 7.8%. Australian visitor arrivals again led the way, the 9509 total recorded for the 12 month period representing a 4.10% increase over 2014 and accounting for 43.9% of the 2015 total.
61. 587,339 Hotel Rooms in 2,538 Projects Under Contract in Asia Pacific
Among the countries in the region, China reported the most hotel rooms In Construction with 146,590 rooms in 485 hotels. Two other countries reported more than 20,000 rooms under construction: Indonesia (22,918 rooms in 110 hotels) and India (22,037 rooms in 138 hotels).
62. Finolhu Maldives Joins Worldhotels
Finolhu, a luxury resort in Maldives, has joined Worldhotels. Nestled within the UNESCO World Heritage Biosphere of Baa Atoll - one of 26 natural atolls located in the Indian Ocean - Finolhu is located 30 minutes away by speedboat from its sister property Amilla Fushi. Both resorts are managed by The Small Maldives Island Company.
63. Air Canada Rouge Launches Toronto - Glasgow Flights
Air Canada Rouge has launched flights between Toronto-Pearson and Glasgow Airport in Scotland. The non-stop seasonal flights, operating three-times a week, offers customers the only non-stop service between Toronto and Glasgow and complements Air Canada Rouge's non-stop service to Edinburgh.
64. Andacura Takes Over Management of Nook-Dee Boutique Resort in Phuket, Thailand
Andacura Hotels has taken over the management of the 68-room Nook-Dee Boutique Resort at Kata Beach, Phuket, Thailand. Facilities at the resort include a wellness center, banquet room, modern gym, infinity-edge ocean-view pool, a restaurant and a pool bar as well as a sunset-terrace which is scheduled to open later this year.

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