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153. GHM Promotes Akira Moreno to Director of Pre-Opening Services
GHM Promotes Akira Moreno to Director of Pre-Opening Services. GHM has promoted Mr. Akira Moreno to Director of Pre-Opening Services. Now based at the groups headquarters in Singapore, Mr. Moreno was formerly General Manager of The Andaman, Langkawi, when it was under GHM management. Mr. Moreno was invited to join the GHM team in 2006, after an extensive career in international ho
154. PolyU Celebrates Topping-Out of Redevelopment of Pak Sui Yuen
PolyU Celebrates Topping-Out of Redevelopment of Pak Sui Yuen. The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU)last week hailed the topping-out for the redevelopment of its former staff quarters Pak Sui Yuen in Tsim Sha Tsui East. The new premises, which is scheduled for completion in late 2010, will be home to its world-renowned School of Hotel and Tourism Management (SHTM) and a uniq
155. Cathay Pacific Reports February 2010 Traffic
Cathay Pacific Reports February 2010 Traffic. Last month, Cathay Pacific and Dragonair carried a total of 2,062,187 passengers up 14% on February 2009. The months passenger load factor was 84.1%, an increase of 7.5 percentage points, while capacity for the month, measured in available seat kilometres (ASKs), rose by 0.7%. For the first two months of 2010 combined, the number of
156. Philippe Leboeuf appointed General Manager of Mandarin Oriental Paris
Philippe Leboeuf appointed General Manager of Mandarin Oriental Paris. Mr. Philippe Leboeuf has been appointed as General Manager of the Mandarin Oriental, Paris which is scheduled to open by mid 2011. His appointment is effective from 1 June 2010. Leboeuf has over 25 years of senior management experience in the luxury hotel industry. He has worked in the worlds most important loc
157. Hong Kong Airport Reports February 2010 Traffic
Hong Kong Airport Reports February 2010 Traffic. Benefiting from the CNY holidays, Hong Kong resident travel surged by 45.3% and visitors by 17.5% year-on-year. Combined January and February figures - which balance out the seasonal impact of CNY - show an increase of 15.3% in Hong Kong resident traffic and 9.2% in visitor numbers. During the first two months, traffic to/ from South
158. Singapore Airlines and Marina Bay Sands sign MoU
Singapore Airlines and Marina Bay Sands sign MoU. Singapore Airlines and Marina Bay Sands have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to promote the Integrated Resort as a destination for customers travelling to Singapore. The agreement will see the two parties jointly funding publicity and promotional activities targeting trade partners, international media and overseas markets.
159. Strong Numbers for ITB Berlin 2010
Strong Numbers for ITB Berlin 2010. A slight rise in exhibitor attendance and stable trade visitor numbers from both Germany and abroad ensured the ITB Berlin 2010 was a success. 11,127 companies from 187 countries (2009: 11,098) exhibited the international travel industrys entire range of products and services. 110,953 trade visitors from 180 countries attended the show, equallin
160. ATR Forecasts Japan to Need 100 More Turboprop Aircraft by 2025
ATR has forecast a need for around 100 turboprop aircraft in Japan up to 2025. The aircraft will be used to upgrade existing fleets and open up new routes both domestically and regionally.

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