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73. Craig Smith to Become Marriott's Group President - International
Dave Grissen, Marriott Internationals Group President for the Americas, has decided to step down from his position towards the end of 2020 and retire from Marriott in the first quarter of 2021, after 36 years with the company.
74. New CWT Research Looks at Positive Benefits of Business Travel
New research by CWT shows that business travellers feel that positives outweigh negatives at work (92%) and at home (82%) when traveling for business. travellers from the Americas are the most enthusiastic at 94% and 86% respectively, followed by travellers from Asia Pacific at 93% and 84%, and Europe at 89% and 77%.
75. Carlson Rezidor Appoints New President - Asia Pacific
Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group has confirmed that Thorsten Kirschke is to assume the role of President of the groups Asia Pacific region, effective immediately. For the past four years, Kirschke has led Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group as President of the Americas. Kirschke will replace Simon Barlow, who has resigned from his position to pursue other opportunities. Kirschke will report to
76. Miami ATC Installs First Airbus A350 XWB Full-Flight Simulator in Americas
The Airbus Training Center (ATC) in Miami has installed its first A350 XWB full-flight simulator. The A350 XWB simulator has received Level-D qualification from both the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA).
77. Window Seat or Aisle Seat? CWT Sheds Light on Global Preferences
Research by CWT shows that two-thirds of business travelers prefer window seats over aisle seats. That rises to 71% in Asia Pacific, and falls to 59% in the Americas, with the Europeans in the middle at 65% window over aisle.
78. Int. Visitor Arrivals for Asia Pacific Totalled 455+ Million in 2015
Preliminary data compiled by PATA for 36 Asia Pacific destinations indicate a strong performance in 2015 with foreign arrivals growing by around 5.2% to reach a combined inbound total of more than 455 million. The Pacific led the way with annual growth of over 7% to reach almost 27 million foreign arrivals. This was followed by the Americas (covers Canada, Mexico and Chile but excl
79. International Visitor Arrivals Up 4%; Americas Leading Growth
According to preliminary data from the latest UNWTO World Tourism Barometer, tourist arrivals between January and April 2015 increased 4% worldwide, with almost all regions enjoying strong growth. Prospects for the May-August 2015 period remain upbeat, with close to 500 million tourists expected to travel abroad during these four months.
80. Oetker Collection Expands to Americas
The Oetker Collection is to expand its portfolio with two new hotels set to launch in So Paulo, Brazil and New York, USA. The first is Palcio Tangar in South America. Located in the heart of the economic capital of Brazil, So Paulo, Palcio Tangar will open its doors in the spring of 2017. Built on the grounds of the renowned Burle Marx Park, whose gardens were designed by Rob

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