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121. GKN Aerospace Breaks Ground on Alabama Engineering Design Centre
GKN Aerospace has broken ground on an addition to the companys Tallassee facility that will house an engineering design centre. The event signified the beginning of construction work on a permanent, 10,800-square-foot base for the Alabama engineering design centre, where design and analysis engineers initially will focus on composite technologies for rotorcraft.
122. New Report shows Economic Benefits of Hong Kongs Growing Exhibition Industry
New Report shows Economic Benefits of Hong Kongs Growing Exhibition Industry. A report released Monday show that activities associated with Hong Kongs exhibition industry contributed HK$26.4 billion (US$3.38 billion) to the local economy in 2006, equivalent to 1.8% of Hong Kongs total GDP.
123. Asia-Pacific Airlines September Traffic Down 95.8%
IATA's passenger data for September 2020 shows that total demand, measured in revenue passenger kilometers (RPKs), was 72.8% below September 2019 levels, only a slight improvement on the 75.2% year-to-year decline recorded in August.
124. Cebu Pacific Seeks 75 Pilots, 200 Cabin Crew to Support Expansion Plans
Cebu Pacific Seeks 75 Pilots, 200 Cabin Crew to Support Expansion Plans. To support its rapid growth, Cebu Pacific is looking to hire 75 Airbus and ATR pilots, 200 cabin crew, 10 mechanics and engineers, and 20 ground support crew in the various fields of cargo, airport services, accounting, information systems and human resources.
125. New Report Confirms Significant Benefits of Liberalized African Air Markets
IATA has published a report setting out the considerable social and economic benefits of intra-African air service liberalization. The report, by the experienced independent economic consultants InterVISTAS, outlines the benefits that would accrue if 12 African nations were to implement the 1999 Yamoussoukro Decision. The 12 nations in the report are: Algeria, Angola, Egypt, Ethiop
126. Airline Industry to Burn Through US$300,000 Per Minute in H2 2020
IATA has warned that the airline industry will burn through $77 billion in cash during the second half of 2020 (almost $13 billion per month, or $300,000 per minute), despite the restart of operations in some areas.
127. Emirates Takes Delivery of 100th Airbus A380
Emirates took delivery of its 100th Airbus A380 aircraft on Friday. Powered by Rolls-Royce engines, Emirates 100th A380 is configured in three cabin classes, with 14 private suites in First class, 76 seats in Business and 426 seats in Economy. It also features the airlines newly revamped Onboard Lounge. It will be on display at the upcoming Dubai Air Show and will enter service a
128. World Travel & Tourism Council launches first city TSA for Lisbon
World Travel & Tourism Council launches first city TSA for Lisbon. Using the most sophisticated combination of macro-economic research and forecasts, regional accounting data, information and support by local entities as INE, Turismo de Portugal and Banco de Portugal, as well as travel and tourism variables and econometric modeling, WTTC and research partner Oxford Economics, produ

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