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89. Six Senses Appoints Bryan Gabriel as Chief Commercial Officer
Six Senses has appointed Bryan Gabriel as Chief Commercial Officer. Bryans most recent role was based in Atlanta, Georgia, where he was head of commercial for America, for InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) from 2016.
90. Piotr Madej Joins The Andaman Langkawi as GM
Piotr Madej has joined The Andaman, a Luxury Collection Resort, in Langkawi, Malaysia, as General Manager. With over 18 years of hotel management experience, Piotr has spent most of his career in Europe and worked at Hotel Bristol in Warsaw, also a Luxury Collection hotel, as EAM.
91. Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit to Open in 2017
Hyatt has signed a management agreement with Pioneer Property Company Limited, a Bangkok-based real estate firm, for a new Hyatt Place hotel to be located in the heart of the Thai capital. Scheduled to open in 2017, Hyatt Place Bangkok, Sukhumvit will join the Hyatt Regency Bangkok, Sukhumvit, which is also expected to open in 2017, and Park Hyatt Bangkok, which is expected to open
92. Yee Pin Tan Joins Six Senses as Head of Design
Yee Pin Tan has joined Six Senses as Head of Design. With more than 26 years of experience in hospitality design, Pin has worked alongside industry greats such as Ed Tuttle in Paris, where her talents were honed designing ultra-luxurious Aman resorts worldwide.
93. British Airways to Launch Flights Between London Heathrow and Newquay
British Airways has confirmed plans to launch a summer route between London Heathrow and Newquay. BA will operate the flights on Mondays, Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays between 2 July and 7 September 2020.
94. Royal Thai Air Force Orders Six Airbus H135 Military Training Helicopters
Royal Thai Air Force Orders Six Airbus H135 Military Training Helicopters
95. Boeing Forecasts Southeast Asia to Need 4,500 New Airplanes Over Next 20 Years
Boeing has forecast that airlines in Southeast Asia will need 4,500 new airplanes, valued at $710 billion at list prices, over the next 20 years. The American aircraft manufacturer expects single-aisle airplanes to continue being the main driver of capacity growth in the region.
96. Bombardier Completes Strategic Exit from Commercial Aviation
Airbus, Bombardier and the Government of Qubec have agreed upon a new ownership structure for the A220 programme (formerly the Bombardier C Series), whereby Bombardier has transferred its remaining shares in Airbus Canada Limited Partnership (Airbus Canada) to Airbus and the Government of Qubec.

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