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73. Aviation: Strong Passenger Demand in February 2017
IATA's global passenger traffic results for February 2017 show a second month of strong demand growth. Total revenue passenger kilometers (RPKs) rose 4.8%, compared to the same month last year. Although this was below growth achieved in January, year-to-year comparisons are distorted because February 2016 was a leap month. Adjusting for the one fewer day this year, the underlying g
74. Laos to Host ASEAN Ecotourism Forum on 22-25 June 2016
Pakse in southern Laos will host the ASEAN Ecotourism Forum 2016 on 22-25 June 2016. The event, organised by the Lao PDR government in its role as chairman of ASEAN in 2016, includes a two-day conference with an ASEAN ministerial roundtable, followed by a choice of two tours in southern Laos, one of them to Khone Pahpheng, the worlds widest waterfall.
75. Airport Authority of Hong Kong Appoints Julian Lee as Executive Director - Finance
The Airport Authority of Hong Kong has appointed Julian Lee as Executive Director - Finance, reporting to the CEO, Fred Lam.
76. ATR 42-600 a Test Flight Closer to Certification in China
ATR's 42-500 with modification 5948 is a test flight closer to receiving certification in China, following a certification flight test which took-off and landed from Francazal airport in Toulouse on Friday, 3 July.
77. China Airlines Resumes Hot Meal Service on Flights of 3+ Hours
China Airlines is now serving hot meals on flights of 3 hours or more departing from or arriving in Taipei. Basic beverage services (such as beer or fruit juice) will also be available on demand when appropriate. The airline will continue to provide passengers with a sandwich box on flights of 3 hours or less.
78. Avis Targets Long-Term Rentals in Singapore with Flex Solution
Avis has launched a car rental subscription service to meet the changing consumer demands for car ownership in Singapore. Avis Flex provides customers with the flexibility of renting a car between 28 days up to 11 months, without the ties of leasing and at cheaper rates than usual day rentals.
79. Air New Zealand Puts Hold on New Inbound International Bookings
Air New Zealand has put a hold on new bookings on international services into New Zealand following a request from the New Zealand Government. The move is designed to help ensure the country is able to provide quarantine accommodation for inbound passengers for the required 14-day period.
80. IATA Urges Governments to Implement ICAOs Global Guidelines for Restoring Air Travel
IATA has urged governments to quickly implement the ICAOs global guidelines for restoring air connectivity. The ICAO Council has published 'Take Off' an authoritative and comprehensive framework of risk-based temporary measures for air transport operations during the COVID19 crisis.

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