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105. Hong Kong Airport Reports April 2010 Traffic
Hong Kong Airport Reports April 2010 Traffic. Air cargo tonnage at Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) registered positive growth for the seventh consecutive month, surging 38% year on year to 354,000 tonnes in April 2010. Air traffic movements also increased by 2.7% over last April to 24,725. Passenger volume declined 1.5% to approximately 4.2 million.
106. Coral International Cape Town launches World Cup Promotion
Coral International Cape Town launches World Cup Promotion. Even though the number of arrivals is estimated to be lower than previously anticipated, about 350,000 foreign visitors are still expected for the month-long 2010 FIFA World Cup tournament in South Africa.
107. Violence in Bangkok Hurting Hotels
Violence in Bangkok Hurting Hotels. The ongoing crisis in Bangkok is having a significant negative impact on the city's hotel performance. Daily data compiled by STR Global shows the immediate impact while monthly trend data shows a marked resilience by hoteliers in the Thai capital during the last few years.
108. Volcanic Ash Returns to UK; More Flights Disrupted
Volcanic Ash Returns to UK; More Flights Disrupted. Airports in the UK have been forced to close as the Volcanic Ash enters airspace used by some of Europe's busiest airports. As with the previous volcanic ash disruptions, travellers should contact their airline before travelling to the airport and ensure that the airline has all your latest contact details.
109. Thai Airways International Reports Q1 Results
Thai Airways International Reports Q1 Results. In the first quarter of fiscal year 2010 (1 January - 31 March 2010) Thai Airways Internationals total revenues amounted to THB 49,806 million which is an increase of THB 8,536 million or 20.7% from Q1 2009. Total expenses, including share of losses from investments by the equity method and finance cost, totaled THB 38,498 million, wh
110. Stronger than Expected 2010 Visitor Arrivals
Stronger than Expected 2010 Visitor Arrivals; UNWTO Forecasts 4/5% Growth for 2011. International tourist arrivals were up by 6.7% compared to 2009, with positive growth reported in all world regions. Worldwide, the number of international tourist arrivals reached 935 million, up 58 million from 2009 and 22 million more than the pre-crisis peak level of 2008 (913 million).
111. UK's CAA to Introduce New Volcanic Ash Measures
UK's CAA to Introduce New Volcanic Ash Measures. From midday today (Tuesday GMT), the UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) will implement new measures to reduce disruptive airspace closures caused by the volcanic ash from Iceland. The new measures are a results of discussions with airlines, regulators, and aircraft and engine manufacturers.
112. Hong Kong Visitor Arrivals in April 2010
Hong Kong Visitor Arrivals in April 2010. Hong Kong visitor arrivals for the month of April 2010 amounted to 2,796,311, a year-on-year increase of 14.6%. Total arrivals from January to April this year accumulated to 11,420,999, 16% higher than last years figure for the same period. For the first time ever, visitor arrivals exceeded the 10-million mark within the first four months

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