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81. Tough Year Ahead for Global Industry, says World Travel Market Chairman
Tough Year Ahead for Global Industry, says World Travel Market Chairman. The global travel and tourism industry is an incredible force to be reckoned with regardless of what the financial tsunami decides to throw at it, Fiona Jeffery, chairman of World Travel Market said. Speaking at the WTM opening ceremony in London on Monday, Ms Jeffery told Government Ministers, Ambassadors,
82. TG Resumes Normal Flight Schedule to Japan
TG Resumes Normal Flight Schedule to Japan. Thai Airways International has resumed its flight schedule on flights to Japan to levels served prior to the earthquake and tsunami that affected the beautiful country on 11 March 2011.
83. Pictures from Soma and Shinchi, Fukushima, Japan - Page 1 of 3
Page 1 of 3. An assortment of pictures from Soma and Shinchi in Fukushima prefecture, Japan. In 2011, Tohoku suffered a major earthquake which triggered a devastating tsunami that in turn led to what is today the second biggest nuclear disaster in the world. It was a chain of events which destroyed homes, infrastructure and businesses, killed people, devastated livelihoods, and cas
84. IRB Pacific Nations Cup Matches Relocated to Fiji
The International Rugby Board has confirmed that all but one of the IRB Pacific Nations Cup 2011 matches will be moved from Japan to Fiji, following the devastating earthquake and Tsunami that hit the north-east coast of Japan on 11 March 2011. The tournament will retain the same dates with the opening round taking place on 2 July, the second round on 9 July and the final round of
85. Europe Now Leading Global Tourism Growth
Growth in Asia and the Pacific (+5%) was in line with the world average, but slightly below previous prospects. Asia, and in particular North-East Asia, suffered the impact of the earthquake and tsunami in Japan which affected both its inbound and outbound travel as well as intra-regional travel from other markets.
86. Bangkok Airways Resumes Flights to/from Phuket
Bangkok Airways has said it will operate a normal schedule to/from Phuket today. There will be 26 flights in total, and the airline said it expects to clear all stranded passengers within today. Passengers were stranded when Phuket Airport closed due to fears of a Tsunami following the large earthquakes off Indonesia.
87. Philipp Graf von Hardenberg Featured in Forbes Asia's 40 Heroes of Philanthropy
Thanyapura Phuket's President and CEO, Philipp Graf von Hardenberg, has been named as one of Forbes Asia's 40 Heroes of Philanthropy for giving underprivileged children a much-needed boost through the post-tsunami establishment of the Yaowawit School and Lodge in Phang Nga, Thailand.
88. Hong Kong Reports 22.8% Growth in 2010 MICE Arrivals
Hong Kong Reports 22.8% Growth in 2010 MICE Arrivals. Overnight MICE arrivals to Hong Kong in 2010 made a leap of 22.8% year-on-year to 1,429,941. This number also represents a 22.5% increase over the overnight MICE arrivals in 2008, before the global financial tsunami. Out of the 2010 total, 598,022 or 41.8% came from Mainland China, while 431,462 were from short-haul markets and

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