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97. Rolls-Royce to Layoff at Least 9,000 People
Rolls-Royce has announced that it plans to layoff at least 9,000 people as a result of reduced business caused by the ongoing COVID19 pandemic. Rolls-Royce's reorganisation will see at least 9,000 people lose their jobs, from a global workforce of 52,000.
98. Virgin Blue launches Redundancy Refund Policy
Virgin Blue launches Redundancy Refund Policy. The airlines Redundancy Refund Promise is designed to make life a little easier for travellers who have lost their jobs, but who have future flights booked with Virgin Blue, Pacific Blue, Polynesian Blue or V Australia that they may not wish to continue with or are now financially unable to take.
99. Support Tourism, Support Your Economy
Support Tourism, Support Your Economy. Close to one billion international tourist arrivals per year generate millions of jobs. Travel and tourism is one of the few sectors that cuts across the economy mobilizing employment, investment and sustainable development opportunities for emerging economies.
100. Premier Inn to Open Hotel in Penrith, England
Premier Inn will next week open a new hotel in Penrith, England. The hotel, scheduled to open 2 March 2016, is expected to contribute over 3.6 million to the local economy whilst generating 26 year round jobs. The brand new 60-room hotel is situated in the heart of the town, within walking distance from all the local amenities and attractions, and just a mile away from Penrith Nor
101. Aviation: IATA Calls for Urgent Financial Relief from European Governments
IATA has called for urgent action from European governments to provide financial relief to airlines. The latest IATA scenario for potential revenue loss by European carriers is US$76 billion and RPK (passenger demand measured in Revenue Passenger Kilometers) is projected to be 46% below 2019 levels.
102. Qantas defends boosting overseas employment
Qantas defends boosting overseas employment.
103. Global Travel and Tourism Exceeded US$6 Trillion in 2005
Global Travel and Tourism Exceeded US$6 Trillion in 2005.
104. Visit Florida Reports 24 Million Visitors in Q2 2014
According to Visit Florida's preliminary estimates 24.0 million people visited Florida in the second quarter of 2014 (April-June), an increase of 3% over the same period in 2013. This represents the largest second quarter for visitation Florida has ever experienced, exceeding the previous high of 23.3 million in Q2 2013. Visitor spending is up 7.4% in January through May 2014, at $

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