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73. UNWTO Gives Support to Thailands Tourism Industry
UNWTO Gives Support to Thailands Tourism Industry. While recent unrest in the capital of Bangkok and the provinces of Thailand has been brought under control, the events had a significant impact on the flow of tourists, a major source of jobs and export revenues for the country. Against this background, a Special Meeting on International Solidarity with Thai Tourism was organized
74. easyJet to open New Bases in France
easyJet to open New Bases in France. easyJet will initially base five additional aircraft in France - three in Paris and two in Lyon - operating a total of 13 routes and creating hundreds of jobs for pilots, cabin crew and associated support services. The airline anticipates that it will carry over 6 million passengers through French airports in 2007 and a further 2 million in 2008
75. Romain Aletru Joins Banyan The Resort Hua Hin as Executive Chef
Banyan The Resort, Hua Hin, has appointed Romain Aletru as Executive Chef. A French national, Romain Aletru moved to Hua Hin with his family in 2012 and held consultancy jobs with a couple of restaurants including creating and updating menus, training kitchen and front of the house staff, assisting the head chef on preparation techniques, advising on sourcing of products, and other
76. IATA Urges South Africa to Take Measures to Bolster Air Transport Sector
IATA has praised South Africa for its strategic focus on tourism as a key driver in the nations New Growth Path plan and urged the use of joined-up policy thinking and to take key measures to bolster its air transport sector to achieve the 235,000 new tourism jobs that the government is targeting by 2020.
77. Airbus to Hire 600 People in Mobile, Alabama
Airbus, in conjunction with its hiring partner AIDT, is looking for people to to fill manufacturing positions at its newest assembly line in Mobile, Alabama. The positions are the first wave of production jobs announced for the companys A220 aircraft assembly line. The open positions include aircraft structure/installation mechanics, installers for aircraft cabin furnishings and a
78. Hilton Signs Hotel at New Aberdeen Exhibition & Conference Centre in Scotland
Hilton has signed a deal to open a 200-room Hilton hotel at the new Aberdeen Exhibition & Conference Centre (AECC). The Hilton Aberdeen Exhibition & Conference Centre will be managed by Redefine|BDL Hotels and will be the fourth Hilton property in the city. The hotel will connect directly to the new AECC and is expected to create approximately 350 jobs.
79. What Makes a City Ready for Travel and Tourism Growth?
A new global index report from the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC) and JLL, has assessed the preparedness of 50 cities for future travel and tourism growth. Travel and tourism is an essential industry that contributes 10.4% to global GDP and was responsible for the creation of one in five new jobs over the last five years.
80. Jetstar to launch Long Haul Low Cost Flights from Singapore
Jetstar to launch Long Haul Low Cost Flights from Singapore. Jetstar has unveiled plans to launch Singapores first long haul low cost airline with services from Changi Airport commencing late in 2010. The airline will operate its next two A330-200 aircraft from Singapore and will employ up to 200 new aviation jobs across its growing Pan Asian network including Pilots, Cabin Crew,

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