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1. Securing Pacific Games 2023 is Biggest Ever Windfall for Tourism in Solomon Islands
Solomon Islands Visitors Bureau CEO, Josefa Jo Tuamoto has congratulated Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare and his governments achievement in successfully securing the Solomon Islands bid to host the 2023 Pacific Games. Describing the win as the biggest ever windfall for the destinations tourism aspirations, Mr Tuamoto said the potential the Pacific Games offered from the pers
2. Solomon Airlines to Fly SI and Kiribas Athletes to Pacific Games
Solomon Airlines has been engaged by the Solomon Islands Government and the Kiribati National Olympic Committee to ferry athletes of both countries to Port Moresby to compete in the 2015 Pacific Games taking place from 4-18 July 2015.
3. SAS Trials Silent Morning Flights
SAS is currently testing what it calls Silent Morning Flights. The new initiative eliminates most inflight announcements, with the exception of the safety briefing, from flights departing prior to 09:00. The Silent Morning Flights service is being trialled on all SAS domestic and intra-Scandinavia flights until end-September 2016.
4. UNWTO Signs MOU with Petra National Trust
A Memorandum of Understanding has been signed by the UNWTO and Petra National Trust (PNT) with the aim to promote sustainable tourism policies in cultural tourism, to develop capacity building and knowledge sharing, and to conduct educational actions. The agreement was signed in Beijing, on the occasion of the recent First World Conference on Tourism for Development.
5. Qatar Airways Cargo Increases Atlanta Capacity
Qatar Airways Cargo has increased capacity to Atlanta, Georgia, with the launch of daily passenger flights to Atlanta on 1 June 2016. The introduction of daily wide-body Boeing 777 passenger flights provides additional belly-hold capacity to the cargo carriers existing four times weekly freighter services between Doha and Atlanta. The carrier now offers a combined 744 tonnes of ca
6. Air Arabia to Implement SITAs Next-Generation Passenger Management System
Air Arabia is to implement SITAs next-generation passenger management system to enable greater efficiency across its operations. The airline carried close to 8-million passengers in 2015, serving 101 destinations spread across the Middle East, North Africa, Asia and Europe from five hubs in the UAE, Egypt, Morocco and Jordan. SITAs latest passenger service system will help the ai
7. United Airlines Launches Nonstop B787 Flights Between San Francisco and Singapore
United Airlines has launched nonstop Boeing 787 Dreamliner flights between San Francisco and Singapore. The nonstop flights will save travelers up to four hours of journey time each way compared with an one-stop service. Measured by distance, the new route between San Francisco and Singapore is the longest scheduled 787 flight operated by any airline, and the longest scheduled flig
8. Outrigger Reopens Castaway Island Resort in Fiji
The Outrigger Castaway Island resort in Fiji has reopened following a three-month island clean-up and property renovation after Februarys devastating tropical cyclone Winston. In addition to repairing the significant damage caused by the cyclone, Outrigger Resorts, which owns and manages the property, invested in the resort with an upgrade and refurbishment of a number of bures an

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