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9. Impressive line-up of CEO-level guests to attend Aviation Outlook Summit/CAPA Awards in Singapor
Impressive line-up of CEO-level guests to attend Aviation Outlook Summit/CAPA Awards in Singapore. An impressive line-up of CEOs has registered to attend the Centre for Asia Pacific Aviations landmark Aviation Outlook Summit and CAPA Awards Gala Dinner reception in Singapore on 9/10 November. To date, 27 CEO-level guests have registered and overall delegate numbers are approaching
10. Optimistic Outlook Holds Steady in Asia Pacific Region
Optimistic Outlook Holds Steady in Asia Pacific Region. Consumers across the Asia Pacific region are approaching the next six months with a steady sense of optimism, according to the latest MasterCard Worldwide Index of Consumer Confidence survey, released on Tuesday. Eight of the fourteen markets polled reflected positive consumer sentiment looking ahead, with the Asia Pacific reg
11. Aviation Outlook 2007 to take place in Singapore 9/10 November 2006
Aviation Outlook 2007 to take place in Singapore 9/10 November 2006.
12. IATA Revises Global Aviation Outlook for 2012; Looks at 2013
IATA has revised upward its global aviation outlook for 2012. The fall in airline profits from the $8.4 billion that the industry earned in 2011 will be cushioned by improved airline performance. Airlines are expected to earn $4.1 billion in 2012 (up $1.1 billion from the $3.0 billion forecast in June).
13. Horwath Executive to Share Latest Outlook on Hotel Performance, Profitability in China
Horwath Executive to Share Latest Outlook on Hotel Performance, Profitability in China. Leo Yen, Director of Horwath HTL Asia Pacific, a veteran industry consultant and an acknowledged expert on the hotel and tourism market in the Asia region, will share his expertise as a featured speaker at the Seminar on China Hotel & Tourism Development, to be held at New Yorks Le Parker Merid
14. Honeywells Aviation Outlook Forecasts 9,200 New Business Jet Deliveries Through 2025
In its 24th annual Global Business Aviation Outlook, Honeywell Aerospace forecasts up to 9,200 new business jet deliveries worth $270 billion from 2015 to 2025, with a 3 to 5% reduction over the value noted in the 2014 forecast. Asia Pacific has disappointing growth figures from several major regional economies, ongoing regional tensions and government austerity initiatives dampen
15. Asian Hoteliers Hold the Most Pessimistic Outlook for 2009
Asian Hoteliers Hold the Most Pessimistic Outlook for 2009. The top five countries (with a sufficient response rate) with the highest sentiment scores were Indonesia (-4.3), South Korea (-7.2), Norway (-20.3), South Africa (-20.9) and Mexico (-24.5). Japan (-74.1), Slovakia (-68.4), Singapore (-64.3), Russia (-58.9) and the USA (-54.8) rounded up the bottom five.
16. Boeing Forecasts Need for 516,000 New Pilots and Technicians in Asia Pacific
Boeing's Pilot & Technician Outlook for the Asia Pacific region forecasts that more than 500,000 new pilots and technicians will be needed to support the expanding demand for new airplane deliveries over the next two decades. The outlook, a leading industry forecast of aviation personnel demand, anticipates the need for 248,000 new commercial airline pilots and 268,000 new technici

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