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1. 2007 Tourism Spending in Hong Kong passes HK$140 billion mark
2007 Tourism Spending in Hong Kong passes HK$140 billion mark. Total Expenditure Associated to Inbound Tourism (TEAIT) in Hong Kong in 2007 reached HK$140.52 billion, an increase of 16.4% over 2006. The average per capita spending of overnight visitors surpassed the HK$5,000 mark to HK$5,122, 6.7% higher than the 2006 figure, while that of same-day in-town visitors surged by 22.1%
2. AirAsia to launch 3rd Daily KL - HK Flight; Fares from HK$398
AirAsia to launch 3rd Daily KL - HK Flight; Fares from HK$398. To celebrate the additional flights, AirAsia is offering all-in-fares from as low as RM129 (HK$398) from Kuala Lumpur to Hong Kong. This promotional fare is bookable between 3 and 7 December 2009 for travel between 21 January and 30 October 2010. Seats are limited, available on a first-come, first-served basis and terms
3. Hong Kong Tourism Spending Hits HK$162 Billion
Hong Kong Tourism Spending Hits HK$162 Billion. The total expenditure associated to inbound tourism to Hong Kong (TEAIT) increased by 3.2% year-on-year to HK$162.89 billion in 2009, despite the impact of the global economic downturn. On average, the spending by overnight visitors increased by 6.1% to HK$5,770 per capita, while that of same-day in-town visitors soared by 20% to HK$1
4. British Airways Launches Companion Fares Promotion in Hong Kong
British Airways is offering special companion fares from as low as HK$3,840 to over 20 cities in the UK and 40 destinations in Europe. The return fares from Hong Kong to London, the UK and Europe start from HK$3,840 in World Traveller economy class, HK$10,770 in World Traveller Plus premium economy, HK$29,570 in Club World business class and HK$56,820 in First class.
5. AsiaWorld-Expo Contributed HK$9 billion to HK Economy in 2008
AsiaWorld-Expo Contributed HK$9 billion to HK Economy in 2008. In 2008, international trade fairs at AsiaWorld-Expo accounted for close to 30% of the entire Hong Kong trade exhibition market. In economic terms, the venue contributed an estimated HK$9 billion to the local economy in 2008 alone, an increase of over 10% when compared to 2007. This economic success likewise translated
6. HK Express Signs Distribution Agreement with Amadeus
HK Express has signed an agreement to distribute its fares and schedules through Amadeus global network of travel agents. HK Express today flies to 20 destinations across Asia Pacific including cities in Japan, Korea, Thailand and China. The airline plans to increase its fleet of Airbus aircraft from 13 to 50 by 2018. With this agreement, HK Express joins the ranks of more than 48
7. Cathay Pacific backs 'We Love HK' campaign with HK$1,000 deal
Cathay Pacific backs 'We Love HK' campaign with HK$1,000 deal.
8. Cathay Pacific reports 1H2008 Loss of HK$663 million
Cathay Pacific reports 1H2008 Loss of HK$663 million. Cathay Pacific has reported a loss of HK$663 million in its 2008 Interim Results. This compares to a profit of HK$2,581 million in the first half of 2007. The big change in the companys financial performance was entirely due to the relentless rise in the cost of jet fuel in recent months.Group turnover rose by 22.6% over the sa

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