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105. Amazon to Open Air Cargo Hub in Kentucky, USA
Last year, Amazon entered into agreements with two carriers to lease 40 dedicated cargo airplanes. Today, 16 of those planes are in service for Amazon customers with more planes rolling out over time. Amazons Prime Air hub at CVG will support Amazons dedicated fleet of Prime Air cargo planes by loading, unloading and sorting packages.
106. Why Dubais Aviation Model Works
Dubais aviation sector has seen tremendous growth in a short timeframe. Over the past five years alone, international passenger numbers at Dubai International have virtually doubled from 24.8 million in 2005 to 47.2 million in 2010. Dubai International ranks fourth globally for international passenger and cargo traffic. Emirates passenger numbers have increased six-fold over the
107. Thailand to Host 2017 WTTC Global Summit
The Kingdom of Thailand has been chosen to host venue for the 2017 World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC) Global Summit, which is scheduled to be held on 26-27 April 2017. The exact location of where the 2017 WTTC Global Summit will take place is yet to be confirmed.
108. WTTC Forecasts Subdued Growth for 2010
WTTC Forecasts Subdued Growth for 2010. Travel and tourism, one of the worlds most important sectors and employers, has been one of the leading growth sectors since the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) first started measuring travel and tourisms economic impact 20 years ago.
109. Singapore Tourism Board launches Sin$90 Million BOOST Campaign
Singapore Tourism Board launches Sin$90 Million BOOST Campaign. The Singapore Tourism Board (STB) has launched a Sin$90 million BOOST (Building On Opportunities to Strengthen Tourism) initiative aimed at helping the tourism sector ride through these challenging times.
110. IATA: Airline Industrys Outlook Grows Darker by the Day
IATA's updated analysis of how the COVID19 crisis will impact airline passenger revenues suggests that a drop of $314 billion in 2020, a 55% decline when compared to 2019, is more than possible.
111. UK Recovery Severely Delayed by Lack of Spending by International Visitors
The World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) has said that the UKs travel and tourism sectors year-on-year recovery may only claw back a third, whilst international travel spending continues to plummet. The latest research from WTTC shows recovery in travel has been severely delayed by the lack of spending by international visitors. Published by on 14 October 2021
112. PolyU Study Finds Job Creativity Requirements Cause Stress in Chinese Service Workers
Employer expectations of job creativity can cause high stress levels in service employees, according to Dr Alice Hon of the School of Hotel and Tourism Management (SHTM) at The Hong Kong Polytechnic University. In a recently published research article, Dr Hon shows that given pressure to ensure high quality customer service and lacking the time to change their approach, service per

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