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201. Carlson Rezidor Unveils Plans to Triple Number of Hotels in China
Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group has unveiled plans to triple its number of hotels in China to over 50 in the next four years. The company plans to increase its presence in China in top-tier cities, strengthen its focus on development opportunities in emerging markets and introduce two new brands, Quorvus Collection - a curated set of luxury hotels, and Radisson Red - an upscale lifest
202. International Visitor Arrivals into Asia Pacific Exceeded 550 Million in 2014
International visitor arrivals into the Asia Pacific region exceeded 550 million during calendar year 2014, an annual increase of close to 6%. According to the just released PATA Annual Tourism Monitor 2015 (Early Edition), Asia captured 73% of those arrivals, followed by the Americas with a 23% share and the Pacific with the remaining 4%.
203. United Airlines Investing US$573 Million at LAX
Just days after breaking ground on its new Terminal C North Concourse at Houstons Bush Intercontinental Airport, United has previewed yet another major hub investment that promises to deliver a superior experience for the airlines customers at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). With a price tag of more than half a billion dollars, Uniteds LAX redevelopment project will ref
204. 138,152 Hotel Rooms Under Contract in Europe
According to the April 2015 STR Global Construction Pipeline Report, there are 857 hotels totalling 138,152 rooms Under Contract in Europe. This represents a 6.4% decrease in rooms Under Contract compared with April 2014 and a 3.6% year-on-year decrease in rooms under construction. The region reported 58,372 rooms in 360 hotels under construction for the month.
205. Bombardier to Reduce Production Rate of Global 5000 and 6000 Aircraft
Bombardier has confirmed that it will reduce the production rate of its Global 5000 and Global 6000 aircraft. Approximately 1,750 employees - up to 1,000 in the Montreal region, up to 480 in Toronto and up to 280 in Belfast - will be progressively impacted at various stages of the Global 5000 and Global 6000 production cycle. Reductions will begin in June 2015 and continue progress
206. Kowloon Shangri-La Appoints Alessandro Angelini as Chef
The Kowloon Shangri-La, Hong Kong, has appointed Alessandro Angelini as chef of its Angelini Italian Restaurant. With over 20 years of experience in the culinary industry, Chef Alessandro has been exposed to the gourmet world spanning Europe, North America and Asia. He is also no stranger to the Shangri-La group, and not new to the Hong Kong dining scene either. He joins Kowloon Sh
207. Name Change for Neo Gatot Subroto Hotel in Bali
Archipelago has changed the name of the Neo Gatot Subroto hotel in Bali, Indonesia. The hotel, which is now called the Neo Denpasar, first opened in 2014 as an eco-friendly hotel with 112 rooms and suites, all of which are non-smoking. The hotel features three meeting rooms, free high-speed Wi-Fi, express check-in & check-out and parking space.
208. Stuart Stacy Joins Adara as Commercial Director - Pacific
Adara has appointed Stuart Stacy as Commercial Director. Stacy will be working to deliver new revenue and business insights to Adaras Australian & New Zealand customers. Stacy has more than 20 years of experience in the travel media sector. He joins Adara from Orbitz Worldwide, where as the Director for Asia Pacific he built and established the Asia Pacific media sales operation.

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