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81. Marriott to Open 57 Hotels in Asia over Next Four Years
Marriott to Open 57 Hotels in Asia over Next Four Years. Marriott will officially celebrate its 20th anniversary in Asia on February 27 with plans to expand its existing portfolio of 109 hotels by a further 57 properties offering 15,510 rooms over the next 48 months. This significant growth is also expected to create more than 15,000 new jobs in the hospitality sector across Asia.
82. Powering Travel and Tourism into the Next Decade: An Agenda for Growth and Development
The global travel and tourism private sector and government organisations - the Global Travel Association Coalition (GTAC) - have launched a commitment for aligned advocacy and action to harness the full potential of the sector to create jobs, drive inclusive growth and foster development. Launched at the World Travel & Tourism Council Global Summit in Madrid Powering Travel & Tou
83. Hawaiian Airlines Hiring
Hawaiian Airlines Hiring. By early 2010, an additional 170 jobs will be added, including 25 new pilots and up to 30 flight attendants, to accommodate Hawaiians expansion when the first A330 joins the fleet next April 2010.
84. Marriott to nearly Triple Presence in Mexico in Next Five Years
Marriott to nearly Triple Presence in Mexico in Next Five Years. Marriott has signed four agreements that will nearly triple its lodging presence in Mexico over the next five years. The agreements involve plans to add 29 branded Marriott hotels in Mexico, create an estimated 3,000 new jobs and represent a total investment of more than $1 billion by the owners of the Marriott proper
85. Qatar Airways Opens New European Customer Contact Centre in Wroclaw, Poland
Qatar Airways has expanded operations in Poland with the opening of a new centralised European Customer Contact Centre creating over 100 new jobs. The Polish city of Wroclaw was chosen as the location for the new facility due to the high number of young Poles with multi-lingual skills. The Contact Centre is responsible for handling enquiries from customers across key European marke
86. IHG Opens Holiday Inn Staten Island
InterContinental Hotels Group has expanded its considerable portfolio of hotels in New York with the opening of the Holiday Inn Staten Island. With over 50 IHG-branded hotels open in the New York metropolitan area and nearly 15 additional hotels in the pipeline, this five-story, 105-room property is expected to generate nearly 20 jobs on Staten Island.
87. WHO Appoints Gordon Brown as Ambassador for Global Health Financing
The World Health Organization has appointed Gordon Brown, former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, as WHO Ambassador for Global Health Financing. Mr Brown is widely credited with preventing a second Great Depression through his stewardship of the 2009 London G20 summit. He mobilized world leaders to commit an additional $1.1 trillion to restore credit, growth and jobs to help t
88. Delta Air Lines names Richard Anderson as New Chief Executive Officer
Delta Air Lines names Richard Anderson as New Chief Executive Officer. The Board of Directors of Delta Air Lines has elected Richard H. Anderson to serve as the companys chief executive officer, succeeding retiring CEO Gerald Grinstein. Anderson has served in top jobs for several major U.S. corporations, including executive vice president of UnitedHealth Group; chief executive off

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