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233. City of Arabia owners Looking for the Best of the Best to manage 500-room Hotel
City of Arabia owners Looking for the Best of the Best to manage 500-room Hotel. Leading hotel operators pursuing the management contract for the 500-room five-star property being built at City of Arabia in Dubai are being told that nothing but the best in service will do. Many leading hotel names are competing for the chance to put their brand on the luxury rooftop hotel at Mall o
234. Sweet Vacations in South Australia
Sweet Vacations in South Australia. When thinking of travelling to South Australia, travellers may well consider the scenery, the excellent wine, the great tours, but few may think of chocolate. Below we cover a few of the more unusual things to do in South Australia, that those with a sweet tooth are sure to enjoy!
235. SAS acquires software firm IDeaS
SAS acquires software firm IDeaS. SAS, a leader in business intelligence and analytics, has acquired IDeaS Revenue Optimization, a provider of advanced revenue-management software for the hospitality industry. With its existing broad portfolio of market-leading advanced analytics, business intelligence and industry-specific solutions, SAS now also has a leading revenue-management o
236. Survey Shows Business Travellers Make Drink and Venue Choices Based on Image
Survey Shows Business Travellers Make Drink and Venue Choices Based on Image. The survey also found business travellers are extremely self-conscious when choosing a venue - nearly half (47%) say that whether or not the restaurant/drinking establishment will make a good impression guides their venue choice, while 41% of business travellers agree the drinks they order or recommend in
237. Airline Passenger Growth in June 2008 Hits Five-Year Low
Airline Passenger Growth in June 2008 Hits Five-Year Low. IATA's international traffic data for June 2008 shows a continued slowing of demand growth for air transport. Cargo contracted by 0.8% compared to June 2007. Passenger demand growth fell to 3.8%, the lowest level since 2003. Passenger load factors dropped to 77.6%, 1.2 percentage points below the 78.8% recorded for June 2007
238. Regent Signs Hotel in Harbin, China
Regent Hotels & Resorts has signed a management contract with Chinas Hua Hong Group for a new hotel in Harbin, China. The Regent Place Harbin will be located at the new Hua Hong International Center and is scheduled to open in 2017. Regent Place Harbin will offer 250 guest rooms and 34 suites, three restaurants, a grand ballroom that accommodates 550 guests, a chapel, 14 state-of-
239. JAL Becomes Official Airline of International Basketball Federation
Japan Airlines has signed a FIBA Global Partnership Agreement with the International Basketball Federation (FIBA) to become its Official Airline between August 2015 and December 2016. As FIBA's Official Airline, JAL will be actively supporting basketball competitions held worldwide ahead of the Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro in 2016, acting as a global partner of Continental Cha
240. Anantara Bazaruto Island Resort & Spa in Mozambique Appoints Franco Rienzo as GM
Franco Rienzo has been appointed as General Manager of the Anantara Bazaruto Island Resort & Spa in Mozambique. Franco joins Anantara from Swiss Hotel Management School (SHMS) SEG Education Group, Switzerland, where as Programme Leader he lectured to First Year Food & Beverage and Operations Management MIB students. Before SHMS, he held management positions at the Zuri White Sands

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