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185. China Outbound Tourism Workshop held in Beijing
China Outbound Tourism Workshop held in Beijing. In response to the rapid growth in the outbound tourism market in China, the School of Hotel and Tourism Management of The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU) and China Outbound Tourism Research Institute (COTRI) recently hosted a successful workshop on China Outbound Tourism in Beijing.
186. Executive Appointments at Elbit Systems of America
Elbit Systems of America has appointed Tiffany Nesbit as Vice President of Engineering and Douglas Sandklev as Vice President of Technology and Innovation. Nesbit has over 25 years of aerospace experience, most recently with Honeywell, in research and development leadership roles including: Director of Engineering in China, interfacing with COMAC on developing the C919 aircraft; Di
187. Deliveroo Trends: Hong Kong vs Taiwan
According to research into Deliveroo, people in Hong Kong are more likely to order delivery meals on the weekends whereas people in Taiwan prefer to order on weekdays. Taiwan recently became Deliveroos 13th market worldwide following its Taipei launch in October 2018. Expanding quickly, Deliveroo anticipates that it will fully cover Taipei City in the coming year and has plans to
188. Do Business Travellers Feel Safer Using Taxis or Ride-Sharing Services?
According to research commissioned by Carlson Wagonlit Travel, business travellers around the world feel marginally safer in taxis than in ride-sharing services. Around two in five (39%) business travellers surveyed said they feel somewhat or very vulnerable about their personal safety in ride-sharing services, compared with 36% for taxis.
189. Travel Trends for the London 2012 Olympics
Amadeus and Forward Data SL, a market research and consulting company, have unveiled a range of travel data trends, based on actual global air reservations, which details the impact of the London 2012 Olympics. With approximately 150 days to go before the Games, the findings reveal that travel volumes into London will significantly increase during the Games-time period. Importantly
190. Marine Biologist Steven Weinberg to Join Carpe Diem Maldives for 3 Weeks of Expeditions
Carpe Diem Maldives has extended its Dive with a Purpose trips to include coral reef and marine biology research with internationally acclaimed Marine Biologist Steven Weinberg. As part of the on-going Dive with a Purpose events and International Year of the Reef 2018 celebration with Carpe Diem, divers can take to the clear blue water of the Indian Ocean while on board the cruises
191. Last Room Availability Rates Could Cost Companies Millions
Research from CWT Solutions Group, the consulting division of Carlson Wagonlit Travel, shows a 5% gap between the perceived and actual value of Last Room Availability rates. For a company that spends US$20 million with their preferred hotels, that could amount to US$1 million.
192. Korean Air Signs Urban Air Mobility R&D Agreement with KARI and IIAC
Korean Air signed an Urban Air Mobility (UAM) R&D cooperation agreement with the Incheon International Airport Corporation (IIAC) and the Korea Aerospace Research Institute (KARI) on Thursday to establish a safe and efficient UAM transportation management system. The three organizations will conduct joint R&D to establish a UAM operations and transportation management system and de

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