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2015 Articles Archive

2015 Articles Archive

Melbourne Airport opens Terminal 4

MELBOURNE Airport has officially opened its 4th terminal, a three-storey, 20,000m² building which had progressively welcomed passengers since mid-August. Terminal 4, which runs a complete...

Asian travellers seek value, air-con, culture in 2016

A STUDY commissioned by online review and booking site TripAdvisor has revealed several key preferences of Asia’s travellers in 2016. One of the topline findings...

On the radar: Encounters of the wild kind at Night Safari

Night Safari’s latest experiential meetings offering caters to those who enjoy the company of nature and nocturnal wildlife while dining in air-conditioned comfort Why In a...

Hong Kong’s hotel industry loses Hari Harilela

VETERAN hotelier and philanthropist Hari Harilela passed away at age 92 on December 29, 2014 at his home in Hong Kong, survived by his...

Skilled labour shortage plagues China’s hotel industry

NEW hotels are opening in China at breakneck speed but the development of human resources has not kept pace, found the Institute for Hospitality...

Pyongyang keeps tourists and Ebola at bay

KORYO Tours, specialising in small group tours to North Korea, is hopeful that the government in Pyongyang will soon lift a blanket ban on...

Recent air crash no cause for concern among Indonesian trade

THE INDONESIAN trade is seeing few impacts on air travel following AirAsia Indonesia’s accident, compared with incidents involving other domestic carriers with a less spotless...

Training and funding opportunities for Myanmar trade to promote innovation

WITH an aim to help Myanmar's tourism service providers create new and innovative products in order to compete with other destinations, the UK-funded Business...

NZ government springs new travel tax on trade

TRAVEL and tourism players in New Zealand have expressed surprise and unhappiness over a new border levy announced yesterday as part of the government's...

Trade advises caution in Sri Lanka’s push for open skies

SRI Lanka is planning to adopt an open skies policy to boost tourism numbers as it guns for 2.5 million arrivals in 2016, but...

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