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65. Virgin Blue in Multi Billion Dollar Aircraft Deal as it prepares to Launch New International Air
Virgin Blue in Multi Billion Dollar Aircraft Deal as it prepares to Launch New International Airline. Virgin Blue Airlines has taken a significant step in its plans to launch Australias newest international airline with the signing today of a multi billion dollar aircraft order and confirmation that it will create over 1100 new jobs.
66. UNWTO Welcomes T20 Declaration on Tourism
Preliminary research prepared by UNWTO and the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) estimates that certain improvements to visa processes could create an additional five million jobs for the G20 economies by 2015 and generate an additional US$ 206 billion in international tourism receipts.
67. Travelodge to Open Seven Hotels in UK Before Christmas
Travelodge has unveiled plans to open seven hotels across the UK in the next few weeks leading up to Christmas. The expansion, representing an investment of 68 million for third party investors, will create 140 new jobs and will boost Travelodges portfolio to 559 hotels.
68. First Cycleway Projects in New Zealand
First Cycleway Projects in New Zealand Selected for Quick Start. These are only the first set of projects for the New Zealand Cycleway. As the number of tracks grow, and cycle tourism increases, the numbers of jobs generated will increase. The Cycleway projects that have been selected for Quick Start' are: Waikato River Trail, Central North Island Rail Trail, Mount Ruapehu to Wang
69. IATA Calls on EU to Significantly Strengthen Economic Regulation of Major European Airport Monop
IATA has called on the European Union to significantly strengthen economic regulation of major European airport monopolies by focusing on the interests of passengers. Enforcing greater cost-efficiency at Europes airports will feed through into cheaper air fares, stimulate travel and enhance European competitiveness. In turn, this will support jobs and grow the economy.
70. Global Tourism Economy Research Centre Established in Macau
The tourism industry is playing a pivotal role in the global economy. It is estimated that tourism will contribute a staggering six trillion US$ in 2011, equal to 9% of the worlds GDP, as well as creating 260 million jobs worldwide. With the global economic shift towards Asia, the stable growth of Asia, notably China, will be the impetus for the worlds economic development.
71. Marriott Signs Hotel in Haiti
Marriott is to open the $45 million, 173-room Port-au-Prince Marriott Hotel, under a management agreement with ownership group Unigestion Holding S.A., a subsidiary of Digicel Group Ltd. In addition to creating 175 new jobs, Marriott has also said it will invest in hospitality training to benefit Haiti's tourism sector.
72. Qatar Airways Launches Airbus A350 Flights to Adelaide, Australia
Qatar Airways has launched flights between Doha and Adelaide, Australia. Adelaide is the fourth city in Australia to be served by the airline, which has been flying to Melbourne since 2009, to Perth since 2012 and to Sydney since March this year. The Adelaide route is expected to generate an estimated 228 jobs across the state and contribute more than A$41 million to the local econ

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