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97. IHG Signs 8th MDA in Germany
InterContinental Hotels Group has signed two Holiday Inn hotels under its eighth multiple development agreement (MDA) in Germany. The two hotels - Holiday Inn Dresden - City South and Holiday Inn Villingen-Schwenningen are the first to be signed with new owner partner FFF Group. The MDA will see five IHG branded hotels developed in total.
98. Air Canada Welcomes Pilot Agreement
Air Canada has welcomed Friday's confirmation by the Air Canada Pilots Association that its members have ratified a landmark agreement on collective agreement terms for ten years. In addition to labour stability and long term cost certainty, the agreement also provides for increased flexibility with respect to regional airline capacity purchase agreements to help ensure cost compet
99. Making a Difference: Two Singapore Airlines Events Raise Sin$2.5M for Community Chest
Through two major fundraising events held in the lead-up to Singapores 50th birthday in 2015, Singapore Airlines (SIA) has donated about Sin$2.5 million to Community Chest. The donation will be matched dollar-for-dollar by the Singapore Government under the national Care & Share Movement, lifting total funds raised to about Sin$5 million, doubling the benefit to the less privilege
100. Kempinski Hotels Appoints New COO
Duncan ORourke, who stepped down from his role as Chief Operating Officer of Kempinski Hotels, has been succeeded by Marcus van der Wal. Marcus van der Wal, a highly experienced international hotelier who has been with Kempinski Hotels since 1998, has proven his operational expertise through a series of important postings in the groups portfolio. He was most recently SVP Europe,
101. Thai Airways Suspends Select Flights Because of Loy Krathong Festival
Thai Airways International has adjusted its flight schedule and temporarily suspended select flights to the north of Thailand during the Floating Lantern Festival, or Loy Krathong as it is known in Thailand. As these floating lanterns are released at night, Thai Airways has adjusted its flight schedule and temporarily suspending certain flights on the Bangkok - Chiang Mai - Bangkok
102. Breitling Jet Team to Tour U.S.A.
In 2015, the largest professional civilian jet aerobatic team will undertake its first tour of the United States. The Breitling Jet Team, consisting of seven L-39C Albatros planes flying at nearly 700 km/h (435 mph), has already performed in 36 countries across the world. The Breitling Jet Team has just completed a major European tour, traveling to Italy, Switzerland, Germany, Fra
103. airberlin Launches Flights Between Stuttgart and Abu Dhabi
airberlin has launched flights from Stuttgart to Abu Dhabi. The daily service is airberlins first long-haul route from Stuttgart, capital of Germanys Baden-Wrttemberg state, and also serves as the first direct connection between the thriving economic city and Abu Dhabi, capital of the United Arab Emirates. It is operated using a two-class Airbus A320 aircraft, offering a total o
104. Niki to Replace E190s with Airbus Aircraft
airberlin has confirmed that by the middle of 2015 the existing Embraer aircraft in the fleet of its Austrian subsidiary Niki, will be replaced by Airbus aircraft. The airline said that by removing the 112-seater E190s from its fleet and using additional Airbus aircraft, it would become more efficient in terms of its network and cost structure. Instead of its seven Embraer planes,

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