2017 Articles Archive

2017 Articles Archive

Mega Maldives suspends all flights, leaves tour operators scrambling

Mega Maldives Airlines earlier this week announced the temporary suspension all operations as part of a “restructuring and recapitalisation” effort while its management and...

Andrej Stein to helm Bhaya Group

Overnight cruise operator Bhaya Group has appointed Andrej Stein as general manager. In this role, Stein will be responsible for managing the group’s day-to-day operations...

Mt Agung update: Bali industry steps up care for stranded passengers

Amid mounting flight cancellations and an extended airport closure, Indonesia's tourism minister Arief Yahya is urging the travel industry in Bali and Lombok to...

Millennials, LCCs prop up Chiang Mai’s rising popularity: C9

With the rise of LCCs and millennial preferences, passenger volume into Chiang Mai grew 13 per cent to hit 4.6 million arrivals in 2016,...

Public, private sectors join hands to help Singapore agents transform Singapore,...

The Business Transformation Series kicked off yesterday as part of a string of joint projects by the Business Transformation Committee (BTC) to help Singapore...

New tie-up buoys expectations for Riau Islands, S’pore tourism

Industry players are hoping that a new marketing partnership between Singapore Cruise Centre and Nongsa Terminal Bahari would not only pull in millennial tourists...

A new collection that curates hotels for little guests

The Little Guest Hotels Collection has debuted in Asia-Pacific with the appointment of Horus Development & Consulting as its marketing representative in Asia, as...

Thng to become Vistara’s new CEO as Yeoh returns to SIA

Indian full-service carrier Vistara has announced the appointment of Leslie Thng as CEO of the airline from October 2017. He succeeds current CEO Phee...

Accor makes offer for Mantra takeover

Australia’s Mantra Group has confirmed that it has received a bid from AccorHotels pitched at A$3.96 (US$3.07) per share on a fully diluted basis,...

Hotel residences in SEA headed for massive oversupply

New completed hotel residence units in South-east Asia will represent a massive 83 per cent rise over existing supply between 2018 and 2020, with Danang, Phuket, Kuala Lumpur, Bali and Bintan the top pipeline project locations, according to C9 Hotelworks.

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