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225. Indias SpiceJet Takes Delivery of First 90-Seat Q400 Aircraft
Indias SpiceJet has taken delivery of the first 90-seat Q400 aircraft from Bombardier. The increased passenger capacity allows a 15% reduction in seat cost when compared to the previous standard Q400 aircraft.
226. Travelport Becomes First GDS Operator to Offer NDC Content
Travelport has become the first GDS operator to manage the live booking of flights using the IATAs New Distribution Capability (NDC) technical standard. The first transaction was made by a British agency, Meon Valley Travel, on 19 October for a short-haul low-cost flight from London to Milan issued by a major European carrier.
227. Solomon Airlines Earns Second IATA IOSA Certification
Marking yet another major benchmark in its 53-year history Solomon Airlines has been awarded with its second IATA Operational Safety Audit Certification (IOSA). IOSA is an international flight safety standard and a mandatory requirement of International Air Transport Association (IATA) membership.
228. Record Numbers expected at Al Ain Dune Championship 2008
Record Numbers expected at Al Ain Dune Championship 2008. The first day of the event will concentrate on bike racing, which will include five categories: four stroke; second class; first class; open class; buggy class. Car racing will be the attraction on day 2 with three classes: standard six-cylinder; modified six cylinder and eight-cylinder cars.
229. Emirates Offering Free Rooms in Durban
Emirates Offering Free Rooms in Durban. Emirates will start flights to Durban on 1 October 2009, bringing passengers from around its growing network to the province of Kwa Zulu Natal. To celebrate the airline's 17th route into Africa, Emirates is offering Business Class passengers two complimentary night's accommodation in a standard room at Durban's Southern Elangeni Hotel.
230. ATR Turnover Grows 30% in 2006
ATR Turnover Grows 30% in 2006. ATR has reported a turnover of US$ 700 million in 2006, a growth of about 30% compared to the previous year (US$ 542 million revenue in 2005, based on IAS standard). 2006 has confirmed the strong recovery of the turboprop market already experienced in 2005.
231. Sky Palace Hotel and Cafe Flight in Nay Pyi Taw - HD Video
The Sky Palace Hotel and Flight Cafe in Nay Pyi Taw, Myanmar, is located on Yaza Thingaha Road, a strip of sprawling high-rise and villa-style hotels and resorts in the middle of this city. In this HD video, which was filmed on 25 January 2015, you can see what a Classic Standard Room is like, and how that contrasts to the impressive exterior.
232. BHMA Rebrands Hotel in Phuket, Thailand
BHMA has added a second hotel in Phuket, Thailand to its portfolio, rebranding BYD Apartments as BYD Lofts by X2. Located less than 200 meters from the Andaman Sea, BYD Lofts by X2 is ideal for those who prefer luxury apartment-style accommodation as guests can choose from standard 65-sqm apartments right up the double-bedroom Penthouse Suite and the 2-bedroom Grand Deluxe Suite wi

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