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121. Boeing selects Singapore Technologies Aerospace for 767-300BCF Conversions
Boeing selects Singapore Technologies Aerospace for 767-300BCF Conversions. Singapore Technologies Aerospace's wholly owned subsidiary, ST Aviation Services (SASCO), has been selected by Boeing to perform certain passenger-to-freighter (PTF) conversions under the 767-300 Boeing Converted Freighter (BCF) program. The contract is estimated to be worth $136 million (about Sin$208 mill
122. Laos Opens Remote Wartime 'Cave City' to Visitors
Laos Opens Wartime 'Cave City' to Visitors. Between 1964 and 1973 Laos became caught up in a secret war that remains largely ignored in world history. Up to 480 caves in Viengxay district in Houaphanh province were transformed into a de facto cave city. The caves were used to house leaders and fighters of the Phathet Lao army. Many caves had specialist functions such as hospital, s
123. Hilton Hotels to add 2,000 Hotels to Portfolio in next 10 years
Hilton Hotels to add 2,000 Hotels to Portfolio in next 10 years. Hilton Hotels is aiming to add 1,000 hotels within North America in the next five years, and 1,000 hotels to its portfolio outside of North America, or internationally, within the next 10 years. Currently Hilton has more than 775 hotels and 110,000 rooms in development. More than 75 of the 775 properties are located w
124. Michael Sengol Steps Downs as CEO of Meritus Hotels & Resorts
Dr Stephen Riady, Executive Chairman of Singapore Exchange-listed Overseas Union Enterprise (OUE) Limited, has confirmed that Michael Sengol is stepping down from his role as Chief Executive Officer of Meritus Hotels & Resorts, the hospitality division of OUE.
125. Jumeirah Opens its Ninth Hotel in Dubai
Jumeirah has soft opened its ninth Dubai-based property, Jumeirah Creekside Hotel. Overlooking the Dubai Creek, the hotel is minutes away from the airport and within walking distance of some of Dubais most important landmarks and shopping centres.
126. BA Selects Crane LGCIU for A320 Retrofit Program
British Airways has chosen to upgrade its A320 fleet with the new Crane Enhanced Landing Gear Control Interface Unit (LGCIU). Cranes LGCIU has been the standard LGCIU on Airbus A320 Series production aircraft since October 2010.
127. Marriott Rewards Partners Ctrip
Marriott Rewards and Ctrip have partnered to offer Chinese travellers a variety of hotels and reward opportunities when they stay at 3,600 participating hotels around the world. Marriott Rewards members can now earn Ctrip points when they stay Marriott Internationals hotels globally.
128. Virgin Australia Orders 23 Boeing 737 MAXs
Virgin Australia has finalized a firm order with Boeing for 23 737 MAX aircraft with options for an additional four. With this order, Virgin Australia becomes the first Australian airline to finalize an order for the new 737 MAX, while adding to their existing fleet of 68 Next-Generation 737 airplanes.

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