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65. Hotels in Europe Report May 2016 Increase in ADR and RevPAR
Compared with May 2015, hotels in Europe reported nearly flat occupancy (-0.3 to 73.4%). However, a 2.1% rise in ADR to EUR114.28 drove a 1.7% increase in RevPAR to EUR83.89. Dublin, Ireland, saw a 0.7% dip in occupancy to 88.7% but double-digit increases in ADR (+19.2% to EUR136.87) and RevPAR (+18.4% to EUR121.44). The absolute ADR level was the highest on record for a May in Dub
66. Cape Town to Host World Youth Student and Educational Travel Confederation in 2015
The World Youth Student and Educational (WYSE) Travel Confederation has named Cape Town, South Africa as the host city for its WYSTC 2015 event. In celebration of the partnership, South Africas Deputy Minister of Tourism, Tokozile Xasa, has confirmed that she will be attending WYSTC 2014 in Dublin to discuss youth and student travel trends within South Africa with the conferences
67. AWAS Orders 15 Airbus Aircraft
AWAS, a Dublin-based aircraft leasing company, has ordered an additional 15 Airbus A320 Family aircraft, comprising 12 A320ceo and three A321ceo aircraft. Including this latest purchase agreement, AWAS cumulative orders to date for A320 Family aircraft have reached a total of 95, comprising 89 A320 and six A321 aircraft.
68. CityJet Confirms Order for Four Additional CRJ900 Aircraft
CityJet, a Dublin-based regional carrier, has exercised the four options that were part of a purchase agreement signed earlier this year. That agreement included a firm order for six CRJ900 aircraft with options for four more. Upon delivery, the aircraft will operate under wet lease in the SAS network.
69. Alexandre de Juniac to Succeed Tony Tyler as IATA DG and CEO
IATA's Board of Governors (BoG) has unanimously approved to recommend Alexandre de Juniac, Chairman and CEO of Air France-KLM, to succeed retiring Director General and CEO, Tony Tyler. With confirmation by the IATA Annual General Meeting to be held 1-3 June 2016 in Dublin, Ireland, de Juniac will take up duties as the head of the association after a short handover period.
70. Travelport Acquires Mobile Travel Technologies
Travelport has acquired Mobile Travel Technologies Ltd (MTT), a private company based in Dublin, Ireland. MTT provides a mobile travel platform and product set that allows airlines, hotels, corporate travel management companies and travel agencies to engage with their customers through sophisticated, tailored mobile services including apps, mobile web and intelligent mobile messagi
71. Qatar Airways Selects Arconics AeroDocs as Corporate Document Management System
Qatar Airways has engaged Dublin-based Arconics to implement an enterprise Corporate Document Management System (CDMS) for the global carrier. Evolution 2, a customised system based on the Arconics AeroDocs platform, will provide a single centralised repository to revise and track in real-time all operational and non-operational company manuals and documentation for operational rea
72. Cobalt Expands GSA Deal with APG to Include UK and Ireland
APG has extended its GSA partnership with Cobalt to include the UK and Ireland. Cobalt currently operates 13 weekly flights weekly to the UK and Ireland with non-stop services from its hub in Larnaca, Cyprus to London Stansted, Manchester, Birmingham, and Dublin.

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