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1. Hong Kong Disneyland Accepting Reservations for 2018 Halloween Corporate Buyout Events
Corporate buyout events for Halloween 2018 at Hong Kong Disneyland Resort (HKDL) are now available for booking. HKDL has created unforgettable seasonal and special events that have always been well received by corporate guests. In fact, since 2010, HKDL has welcomed about 400,000 guests in almost 50 Halloween park buyouts hosted by about 60 corporations from across Asia, including
2. Banyan Tree Ungasan Bali Launches Buyout Promotion
The Banyan Tree Ungasan, a luxurious cliff top retreat in Bali, Indonesia has launched a Buyout Promotion. The special deal includes full access to all its 71 pool-villas, wedding and event spaces, restaurants, pools, beaches and other resort facilities. In fact, the whole resort will be yours.
3. Your Own 24-Villa Island and 18-Hole Golf Course in Fiji for US$ 150,000++/Night
If you are looking for an exclusive retreat, an island where you can play golf to your heart's content and not be hassled by guests you do not know, then Laucala Island in Fiji could well be the answer. That exclusivity however, does not come cheap. The price for the buyout of Laucala Island, which can accommodate up to 72 in all 24 tropical pool villas is US$150,000 a night, sub
4. Outrigger Appoints Jeff Wagoner as President and CEO
Outrigger Hotels and Resorts has appointed Jeff Wagoner as President and Chief Executive Officer, effective 26 April 2018. KSL Resorts co-founder and CEO Scott Dalecio, who has been serving as Outriggers interim CEO since early 2017, has been appointed executive chairman of the global hospitality brand.
5. Scoot Increases Singapore - Gold Coast Flights
Scoot has increased the number of flights it operates between Singapore and the Gold Coast of Australia. Up until today, the airline operated four Boeing 787 Dreamliner return flights per week. This has now been increased to five times per week, generating an estimated boost to the Australian economy of up to $42.2 million.
6. Thailands Kasikorn Bank Launches QR Code Payment and Installment Plans for AirAsia Flights
Thai AirAsia has partnered with Thailand's Kasikorn Bank to give AirAsia and AirAsia X passengers a new cashless payment option. Kasikorn customers can now pay for their booking at AirAsias domestic airport counters in Thailand and AirAsias Patong Ticketing Office via QR Code!
7. Saudi Arabian Military Industries and Boeing Sign MOA
In line with Saudi Arabia's Vision 2030, and following the announcement of HRH Prince Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz, Crowne Prince, Deputy Chairman of the Council of Ministers and Minster of Defense, to localize 50% of the total military spending by 2030, Saudi Arabian Military Industries (SAMI) and Boeing signed a Memorandum of Agreement last week to develop a new joint ventur
8. AirAsia Debuts New Mirus Hawk Slimline Seats
AirAsia is the launch customer for the Mirus Hawk, a new slimline seat that combines aircraft cabin innovation with the best of racing engineering. The Economy Class seat - made from carbon fibre, aluminium and genuine leather upholstery - is ergonomically optimised for comfort, space and style while also being engineered for enhanced durability and reliability.

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