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65. Hong Kong Airport Employs Latest Technology in Fight Against COVID19
Hong Kong's Airport Authority has implemented the latest technology, including disinfection channels, antimicrobial coating and autonomous cleaning robots, at Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) to protect passengers and airport staff from COVID19 infection.
66. Bangkok Airways to Resume Samui Flights
Bangkok Airways will resume flights between Bangkok (BKK) and the popular tourist island of Samui on 15 May 2020. The airline will initially operate two return trips per day.
67. IATAs 76th AGM to Take Place in Amsterdam 23-24 November
IATA's 76th Annual General Meeting (AGM) and World Air Transport Summit has been rescheduled for 23-24 November. The event will be hosted by KLM Royal Dutch Airlines at the RAI Convention Centre in Amsterdam, Netherlands.
68. Virgin Atlantic to Operate 90+ Cargo-Only Flights Per Week in May
Virgin Atlantic will operate over 90 cargo-only flights per week in May as it helps customers reopen vital trade lanes connecting the UK with prime freight markets in the US, China, India, Israel and South Africa.
69. British Airways CEO Warns of Significant Changes to Come
In a letter to British Airways staff on Tuesday, Alex Cruz, the airline's Chairman and CEO, warned of significant changes to come. On Monday, British Airways flew just a handful of aircraft out of London Heathrow, compared to more than 300 on a normal day.
70. Simone Broekhaar Joins Patina Maldives Fari Islands as DOSM
A new luxury resort brand in Maldives has appointed Simone Broekhaar as Director of Sales & Marketing. Scheduled to open in Q1 2021, Simone joins the Patina Maldives, Fari Islands from the Capella Ubud in Bali where she worked as DOSM.
71. Air Astana to Resume Flights Between Almaty and Nur-Sultan
Air Astana is to resume fights between Almaty and Nur-Sultan, the capital city formerly known as Astana. The national airline of Kazakhstan will initially operate three flights per day - one in the morning, afternoon and evening - from 1 May 2020.
72. Singapore Hotel Association Partners STR
The Singapore Hotel Association (SHA) aims to expand and improve benchmarking and data analytics within the industry through a partnership with STR. In March, Singapore experienced its worst month on record with an average occupancy of just 38.3% and RevPAR at Sin$81.35.

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