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49. AirAsia to Increase Flights from KL and Bangkok to Kunming, China
AirAsia is to increase flight frequencies from Kuala Lumpur and Bangkok to Kunming, the capital and largest city in Yunnan Province, Southwest China. Daily direct flight from Kuala Lumpur to Kunming will be increased to 14 times weekly starting 19 December 2017, while the daily direct flight from Bangkok, Thailand to Kunming will also be increased to 14 times weekly commencing 16 J
50. Six Senses to develop Soneva Resort on Greek Island of Milos
Six Senses to develop Soneva Resort on Greek Island of Milos. Six Senses Resorts & Spas is to develop a Soneva-branded resort on the Greek Island of Milos, situated in the Southwest Cyclades, a group of several islands in the Aegean Sea. Soneva Nisi by Six Senses will have a footprint of approximately 188 hectares, or 465 acres, and offer six private beaches in a secluded bay. Milo
51. Korean Air to Launch Flights to Sri Lanka and Maldives
Korean Air will expand its network to Southwest Asia on 9 March 2013 with the launch of a direct service from Seoul Incheon to Sri Lanka and Maldives. Korean Air will commence the direct service three times a week, flying from Seoul/Incheon first to Colombo in Sri Lanka and then onto Male in Maldives. The Seoul/Incheon-Colombo-Male flights will operate every Monday, Wednesday and S
52. United Airlines Launches Thrice Weekly San Francisco - Hangzhou Flights
United Airlines has launched flights between San Francisco and Hangzhou, China. United will operate the thrice weekly nonstop flights with the Boeing 787-9 aircraft. The new Hangzhou flights complement Uniteds existing services to Shanghai, located approximately 120 miles to the southwest and connected by high speed rail, giving customers more choice and convenience when visiting
53. Changi Reports September 2012 Traffic
Singapore Changi Airport handled 4.0 million passenger movements in September 2012, an increase of 4.8% over the same month last year. On a rolling 12-month basis, 49.9 million travellers passed through Changi Airport, representing an increase of 9.7%. For the month, traffic to and from the Middle East and Southwest Pacific registered double-digit growth but growth for Southeast an
54. Changi Reports August 2012 Traffic
Singapore Changi Airport handled some 4.28 million passenger movements in August 2012, an increase of 10.9% compared to a year ago. Air traffic movements for the month also grew by 6.5% to 27,400 flights. Demand for air travel to and from Southeast Asia, South Asia, Southwest Pacific, the Middle East, Africa and the Americas was strong, with double-digit growth registered for each
55. Thai Launches Flights to Chongqing and Changsha, China
THAI Smile, the business unit of Thai Airways International, will launch flights to Chongqing and Changsha from 27 October 2013. Chongqing is a major city in Southwest China with a significant history and culture. It is a major manufacturing center, a major motor vehicle production center and largest for motorcycles.
56. The Doubletree by Hilton Beijing opens with RMB 868+ Promotion
The Doubletree by Hilton Beijing opens with RMB 868+ Promotion. Hilton Hotels Corporation has opened its first Doubletree by Hilton hotel in Asia. The Doubletree by Hilton Beijing is an upscale, 547-room hotel located between the citys Central Office District and prestigious Financial District along the Southwest 2nd Ring Road in the new Lar Valley International mixed-use business

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