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57. Novotel Century Hong Kong Transforms Lobby
The Novotel Century Hong Kong in Wanchai has completed the transformation of it its busy lobby area. The innovative new lobby is both bright and spacious, and the presence of preserved moss on the green wall and natural lighting gives it a tranquility not commonly found in hotel lobbies.
58. Wilson Associates Opens Offices in Bangkok, London and Tokyo
Wilson Associates has expanded its global footprint with the opening of three new offices in Bangkok, London and Tokyo. The international design powerhouse now has offices in ten locations around the world, including New York, Dallas, Los Angeles, Paris, Singapore, Shanghai, Dubai, London, Bangkok, and Tokyo.
59. United and Mesa Airlines to Increase Flights Between Houston and Havana
The U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) has tentatively awarded United Airlines and Mesa Airlines authority to begin offering daily nonstop flights between Houston's George Bush Intercontinental Airport and Havana's Jos Mart International Airport. Subject to final government approval, United will expand from a Saturday-only service to daily service.
60. Air Canada to Operate More Repatriation Flights
Air Canada, in collaboration with the Government of Canada, will operate its first special flights from Bogota and Buenos Aires. Additional flights from Algiers and Lima are also planned to depart in the coming days.
61. Thai Airways Staff on Temporary Leave From 4 April - 31 May 2020
Thai Airways has announced that many of its staff will be placed on temporary leave from 4 April to 31 May 2020. The airline suspended flights on 1 April and is currently hoping to resume operations on 31 May 2020, though this could change depending on the COVID19 pandemic and the many different global travel restrictions and border closures.
62. American Airlines Makes Further Changes to Flight Schedule
Suspend more than 60% of its total international capacity this summer compared to the same peak period in 2019, which includes an 80% reduction in Pacific capacity, 65% reduction in Atlantic capacity and 48% reduction in Latin America capacity.
63. Airlines in Asia Pacific Need Urgent Financial Support
Cambodia (-34%), Vietnam (-34%) and Philippines (-36%) will be on the lower end of the range, while Thailand (-40%), Pakistan (-40%), Republic of Korea (-40%) and Sri Lanka (-44%) will see the largest impact.
64. Accor to Close More Hotels; Cut Costs
Over the past three weeks, the COVID19 crisis has grown to almost unbelievable proportions, with over half of the world's population either confined and/or under lockdown. With so few people now travelling, more than half of Accor-branded hotels worldwide have been closed, and this is likely to increase to over two thirds in the coming weeks.

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