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137. Aviation: Global Passenger Volumes Return to Levels Last Seen in 2006
IATA's global passenger traffic results for March 2020 show that demand, measured in total revenue passenger kilometers (RPKs, dived 52.9% when compared to the same month last year. This is the largest decline in recent history and reflects the impact of government actions to slow the spread of COVID19.
138. Research into Travel Trends During London 2012 Olympic Games
Amadeus and market research and consulting company, Forward Data SL, have unveiled a range of travel data trends, based on actual global air reservations, which details the impact of the London 2012 Olympics. With approximately 50 days to go before the games, the findings provide a country-by-country view of where visitors to London during the Olympics period are coming from. The d
139. Europe Now Leading Global Tourism Growth
Growth in Asia and the Pacific (+5%) was in line with the world average, but slightly below previous prospects. Asia, and in particular North-East Asia, suffered the impact of the earthquake and tsunami in Japan which affected both its inbound and outbound travel as well as intra-regional travel from other markets.
140. PATA Establishes Rapid Recovery Task Force
PATA has launched a Rapid Recovery Task Force (PRRT). The PRRT is a standing task force of the PATA CEO and seven volunteers who will collectively try to help PATA member destinations during and after times of crisis, such as SARS, floods, tsunamis, disease outbreaks and terrorist incidents, all of which have had a massive impact on Asia Pacific destinations in the last 10 years or
141. Hilton Launches Carbon Offset Program in Southeast Asia
Hilton has launched a carbon offset program for events and meetings held at select properties across Southeast Asia. At no additional cost to customers, Hilton Worldwide will measure carbon generated by all events at 11 of its properties in Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand, and purchase carbon credits to offset their environmental impact. The carbon credits will be used to fund ren
142. Finnair Doubles Carbon Disclosure Project Score
Finnair Doubles Carbon Disclosure Project Score. Finnair has been reporting its climate impact in the worldwide Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) for three years now. In the latest report Finnair nearly doubled its result from last year to 61 CDLI (Carbon Disclosure Leadership Index).
143. Ritz-Carlton to Return to Hong Kong in December 2010
Ritz-Carlton to Return to Hong Kong in December 2010. Ritz-Carlton will make a quite an impact when it returns to Hong Kong with the opening of what will be one of the worlds tallest hotels in the fourth quarter of 2010. The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong, will occupy floors 102 to 118 of the International Commerce Centre (ICC) in Kowloon.
144. Londons New Five Star Hotel Rafayel Joins Utell
Londons New Five Star Hotel Rafayel Joins Utell. Hotel Rafayel in London has incorporated the latest technological advances in LED lightings, air-conditioning and VDA efficiencies, to help minimize their impact on the environment. Without compromising on style, luxury or comfort, being green at the Rafayel means that a guests carbon footprint will be reduced by 17kg to 53kg compa

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