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2015-03-17
Malaysia's government has unveiled plans to create a new airline and signed a $1.5bn (£1bn) deal with Bombardier for 20 new aircraft. The new carrier would be called flymojo and be based out of Johor Bahru in the south and Kota Kinabalu in East Malaysia.
2015-03-17
The study reveals a potential 83 million cruise passengers in just seven source markets within Greater China. This figure is four times the current number of cruise passengers world-wide. Hong Kong, with its connectivity to the Pearl River Delta, Central China and Taiwan by air, high speed rail and land transportation via the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge, is looking at a cruise potential of 54 million passengers.
2015-03-10
GBTA slightly downgraded its forecast for Chinese business travel from its outlook published in the second half of 2014 due to expectations for slower economic growth in China coupled with continued uncertainty in the global economy. Total spending on Chinese-originated business travel grew an estimated 16.6 percent in 2014 to $261 billion USD.
2015-03-09
Strong Hub Connectivity is a Major Economic Catalyst for HK
2015-02-23
Innovative Semantic Technology Provider now enables the travel and hotel industry to offer the next level in travel search technology.
2015-02-20
Air China’s third service will start with four flights per week on May 2, 2015 and will increase to daily on July 1, 2015. Dr. Chi also announced Air China’s move from Terminal 2 at LAX to Tom Bradley International Terminal on July 1, 2015.
2015-02-19
Family-Orientated, Well-Equipped and Curious to Discover: Allianz Global Assistance Paints Portrait of Chinese Tourists
2015-02-18
Service will be inaugurated from Silicon Valley's Norman Y. Mineta San Jose International Airport to Beijing on June 15, from Boston's Logan Airport to Shanghai's Pudong Airport on June 20, and from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport to Shanghai Pudong on June 22.
2015-02-16
WestJet last week announced it has entered into a code-share agreement with Philippine Airlines (PAL), allowing the carrier to begin marketing and selling WestJet-operated flights. The two carriers are building on an existing interline agreement that has been in place since May 2013.
2015-02-09
Over 900 participants, including over 45 Ministers and Vice Ministers of Tourism and Culture, international experts, speakers and guests from 100 countries, gathered at the UNWTO/UNESCO World Conference on Tourism and Culture in Siem Reap, Cambodia, to explore and advance new partnership models between tourism and culture (4-6 February 2015).
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