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65. Hong Kong International Airport Handled Just 79,000 Passengers in October
Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) handled 79,000 passengers and 10,880 flight movements in October 2020, representing year-on-year decreases of 98.5% and 68.3%, respectively. Cargo throughput declined 5.7% to 404,000 tonnes compared to the same month last year.
66. Air Tahiti Nui increases Fuel Surcharge
Air Tahiti Nui increases Fuel Surcharge.
67. Bangkok Airways to Resume Krabi Flights
Bangkok Airways has confirmed plans to resume flights between Bangkok and the popular holiday destination of Krabi, starting from 1 November 2020. The Bangkok Krabi service will be operated with Airbus A319 aircraft.
68. Russian Helicopters Launches Mi-8 Test Program in Indonesia
Russian Helicopters' Ulan-Ude Aviation Plant (U-UAP) has launched a test operation program for the Mi-8/171 type helicopter. The pilot project is being implemented in Indonesia, where two Mi-8AMT helicopters are already involved in firefighting operations.
69. Companies Using Hotels to Create Bubbles
As travel slowly begins to resume in some parts of the world, IHG has announced that it is seeing gains in group business with entertainment and sports leading the way.
70. Sabre to Drive BIDTravels Digital Transformation
Sabre has signed a long-term, technology agreement with BIDTravel, the cluster head of Rennies BCD Travel, Quadrel Travel Management t/a CWT, Travel Connections and Harvey World Travel, a leading business and leisure travel network in Southern Africa.
71. Langham Signs First Hotel in Italy
Langham has signed an agreement to expand its portfolio of luxury hotels in Europe. Scheduled to open in 2023, The Langham, Venice will be the brands first property in Italy.
72. United Airlines Makes App Easier for People with Visual Disabilities
United Airlines has redesigned its mobile app so that it is easier for people with visual disabilities to use. Color contrast has been increased, more space added between graphics and the information provided better integrated with screen reader technologies like VoiceOver that are built into most handheld devices and read aloud on-screen messages and notifications.

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