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161. First British ESA Astronaut to Visit Space to Attend Farnborough Int. Airshow
Major Timothy Peake will be making his first public appearance in the UK since completing his 136-day mission on the International Space Station (ISS) at the Farnborough International Airshow, both in the Space Zone and Airshow Live stage on Friday, 15 July and Saturday, 16 July.
162. Costa Deliziosa to be Named in Dubai on 23 February 2010
Costa Deliziosa to be Named in Dubai on 23 February 2010. Costa Deliziosa, a 92,600 gross-tonnage ship with a guest capacity of 2,826, will be delivered on 29 January 2010. Following its Grand Inaugural cruise, Costa Deliziosa will offer 7-day cruises in the Persian Gulf from March to May 2010. This 7-day itinerary will include two nights in Dubai and one-day calls to the ports of
163. First ANA Crews Complete Boeing 787 Pilot Training
Boeing and All Nippon Airways have completed pilot training in Seattle, Wash., for the first airline crews who will fly the 787 Dreamliner. Ten ANA pilots concluded their training after each pilot performed flights in ZA001 the first 787 flight test airplane over Washington state.
164. Norwegian Cruise Line Opens Hong Kong Office
Norwegian Cruise Line, the worlds third largest cruise line company, has opened an office in Hong Kong. The office is the latest in a comprehensive regional network which now includes a new headquarters in Sydney and sales offices in Tokyo, New Delhi, Mumbai and Singapore.
165. American Airlines to Resume Scheduled Flights to Havana, Cuba
The U.S. Department of Transportation has tentatively awarded American Airlines the authority to operate five daily flights to Jos Mart International Airport (HAV) in Havana four from Miami International Airport (MIA) and one from Charlotte Douglas International Airport (CLT).
166. Elbit Systems to Establish Civilian Transportation Energy Company
Elbit Systems is to establish a new company based on its in-house developed energy technology for transportation. The new company, which has yet to be named, will develop energy solutions for civilian transportation applications.
167. Delta to Serve Havana from New York-JFK, Atlanta and Miami
Delta Air Lines will launch daily, nonstop scheduled flights to Havana, Cuba from New York-JFK, Atlanta and Miami. Delta inherited passenger service to Havana, Cuba, from its merger with Chicago and Southern Air Lines (C&S) on 1 May 1953, offering nonstop flights from New Orleans. Political instability and profitability issues ultimately led Delta to suspend service on 1 December 1
168. Hilton Signs Hotel in Saigon, Vietnam
Hilton has signed a management agreement with Saigon Cuu Long Corporation to manage a Hilton hotel in Saigon, Vietnam. The new build Hilton Saigon hotel, located in downtown Ho Chi Minh, is scheduled to open in the fourth quarter of 2019. Approximately seven kilometers from Tan Son Nhat International Airport, Hilton Saigon is next to the new Vietcombank Tower in the heart of the Ce

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