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113. Horwath HTL Report Highlights Four Profiles of Luxury Travellers
Horwath HTL Report Highlights Four Profiles of Luxury Travellers. An Horwath HTL report commissioned by International Luxury Travel Market has revealed the changing pattern of luxury travel demands globally. The report, jointly produced by Horwath HTL offices in France, Singapore and New York took into consideration the impact of the financial crisis and the rapid increase in deman
114. Redesign of Crystal Serenity Complete
One Hamburg shipyard, two weeks, several talented designers, 500+ international staffers, 606 crew, and US$25 million. Such are the ingredients for the redesign of Crystal Cruises largest ship, Crystal Serenity. Just completed after a round-the-clock remodel at Germanys Blohm + Voss shipyard, the dry dock was the companys longest ever.
115. Radiance of the Seas Completes Extensive Revitalization
After a 21-day dry-dock, Royal Caribbean Internationals Radiance of the Seas reemerged from one of the most extensive revitalizations of the cruise lines approximately $70 million Royal Advantage enhancements program for 2011. The new variety of dining concepts, entertainment options, childrens programming and technology advancements originally introduced aboard Royal Caribbean
116. Self-Drive Journey in the Eyre Peninsula, Australia
The Eyre Peninsula covers a vast area stretching 1,000 kilometres from the Western Australian border to the city of Whyalla, and 400 kilometres from the Gawler Ranges in the north to Port Lincoln in the south. It is the perfect spot for a road trip, but before setting out, make sure that you download the handy 4x4 Driving and Repeater Towers brochure.
117. Virgin Australia Suspends New Zealand Services
Pacific Blue, an airline of the Virgin Australia Group of Airlines, has suspended services into and out New Zealand because of the volcanic ash plume.
118. Swiftrank Changes Name to TravelShark
Weary of constantly explaining the meaning of the name Swiftrank and of having to spell it out to everyone, the company has decided to change its name to TravelShark. The company still owns and manages the same global travel network of 12,000 destination-based websites, but it now has a new, and what it believes is a much cooler, name.
119. Cathay Pacific Launches App for Blackberry PlayBook
Cathay Pacific has launched a customised airline application for the BlackBerry PlayBook tablet offering users access to a wide range of services including flight booking, check-in and information on the new Business Class product.
120. Somerset Launches Free Night Promotion in Vietnam and Australia
Until 31 August 2011, travellers can enjoy a complimentary 3rd nights stay for every 2 consecutive nights stayed at Ascotts Somerset serviced residences in Ho Chi Minh city, Vietnam. Travellers to Australia can also enjoy special savings when they book any of Ascotts Somerset serviced residences across Sydney, Melbourne, Perth and Hobart.

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