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1. WorldVentures Opens Training Center in Hong Kong
WorldVentures, a direct seller of vacation club memberships, has opened a Field Training Center in Hong Kong. The new training center will allow WorldVentures Independent Representatives to conduct training and business presentations within the facility for their teams and membership prospects. With three meeting rooms available, Independent Representatives in Asia will have the re
2. Gulfstream G650ER Certified by FAA; Deliveries to Begin Early
Gulfstreams flagship G650ER has been certified by the Federal Aviation Administration clearing the way for G650ER deliveries to begin. Gulfstream expects to deliver the first fully outfitted G650ER business jets to customers before year-end, ahead of the projected 2015 delivery date.
3. Dr. Michael Kerkloh Re-Elected as ADV President
Dr. Michael Kerkloh, who has served as the President and CEO of Munich Airport for the past 12 years, will continue to head the German Airports Association (ADV) for the next two years. At their annual conference in Brussels, the top executives from Germany's airports unanimously elected Kerkloh to serve a further term of office as ADV president.
4. Wyndham Signs Planet Hollywood Hotel in India
Wyndham has signed a franchise agreement with JMJ, a large conglomerate with a multi-faceted presence, for the first Planet Hollywood hotel in India. The Hollywood-inspired theme hotel, expected to be operational by the end of 2014, will be only the second in the world after Planet Hollywood, Las Vegas.
5. Marriott Testing Wireless Charging Stations at Hotels in U.S.
Marriott is testing wireless charging in the lobbies of 29 of its hotels in the U.S. this month. Kube Systems portable charging stations using Qi technology are powering the test. According to a Marriott Hotels survey, the average U.S. business traveler carries two to three mobile devices with them on the road. As this number continues to rise, Marriott Hotels is taking it into co
6. Spring Airlines Signs Sharklet Retrofit Deal
Spring Airlines, a low-cost carrier based in Shanghai, has signed an agreement with Airbus for Sharklet retrofit of its A320 aircraft in operation. Airbus says that thanks to this aerodynamic upgrade, Spring Airlines retrofitted aircraft will benefit from a reduction in fuel costs by up to 4%, an annual 900t reduction in CO2 emissions, an increased mission range by up to 100 nauti
7. Noma Extends Mandarin Oriental Tokyo Performance for Extra Two Weeks
Due to overwhelming demand, Noma at Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo has been extended for an extra two weeks. Noma at Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo will now be open from 9 January to 14 February 2015 except for Sundays. Those that are currently on the waitlist will be contacted and given first priority to book, then after reaching out to the current waitlist, new reservations will be accepted
8. Four-Day Cotai Jazz & Blues Festival Kicks Off in Macau
The four-day admission-free Cotai Jazz & Blues Festival 2014 kicked off at The Venetian Macau on Thursday evening. Twelve finalists from around the world have gathered at The Venetian Macau for the Cotai Jazz & Blues Festival competition, featuring a total prize pool of HK$550,000 in cash.

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