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97. Delta Air Lines increases International Capacity
Delta Air Lines increases International Capacity. Delta Air Lines has adjusted its plans for some key international markets in order to accommodate a strong demand outlook for the upcoming summer travel season.
98. Green Month 2009 on Langkawi Island
Green Month 2009 on Langkawi Island. It requires a good understanding of the environmental problems ahead, and the sacrifices that need to be made, in order to make Malaysia and Langkawi two of the greenest parts of the world. Actions though rather than words are important in the lead up to the United Nations Climate Change Conference Copenhagen 2009 to be held in Sweden in Decembe
99. Hong Kongs PolyU signs MoU with Abu Dhabi Tourism Authority
Hong Kongs PolyU signs MoU with Abu Dhabi Tourism Authority. The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU) recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Abu Dhabi Tourism Authority (ADTA) to collaborate on the rolling out of educational strategies aimed at honing Abu Dhabis ability to engage the rapidly emerging Asian and Chinese outbound markets.
100. Cathay Pacific Restructures Information Management Department
Cathay Pacific Restructures Information Management Department. As part of the restructuring programme, staff members were invited to take part in a matching process which assessed their suitability for positions in the new departmental structure. The outcome of the process means that the majority of existing staff will continue to have a role in the department.
101. Hong Kong Airport Tests Emergency Response Readiness
Hong Kong Airport Tests Emergency Response Readiness. Hong Kong International Airport's emergency response capability was put through its paces when a rescue exercise involving sea, land and air operations was carried out late last week. In the annual drill, a Government Flying Services (GFS) helicopter was mobilised to help search for survivors after an airplane crashed upon landi
102. AAPA Calls on Governments to Review Policies and Taxation
AAPA Calls on Governments to Review Policies and Taxation. Airlines have been battered by the full force of the global recession over the past 18 months, with airline revenues taking a double hit from both declining traffic and lower yields. Although there are some tentative signs of a fragile recovery led by a number of dynamic Asia Pacific economies, airline revenues remain under
103. Emirates to launch Direct Flights to Tokyo, Japan
Emirates to launch Direct Flights to Tokyo, Japan. Seven years since launching operations to Osaka, Emirates has confirmed it will launch direct services to Tokyo Japans capital city and one of the worlds foremost economic centres. With the introduction of flights to Tokyo, Emirates will offer two non-stop services between Japan and Dubai. At present, the Dubai-based airline op
104. HKTDC in UAE to Promote Hong Kongs Strengths
HKTDC in UAE to Promote Hong Kongs Strengths. The UAE is the 21st trading partner of Hong Kong with total bilateral trade valued at US$4,389 million (AED16 billion) in 2008, 7% higher than in 2007. Total exports from Hong Kong to the UAE increased by 5% to US$2,711 million (AED1 billion) whilst import from the UAE to Hong Kong also grew to US$1,677 million, up 12% over 2007. To ha

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