News Archive November 2006

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24 November 2006
Rejecting networks agreement
Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation notes the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has issued a draft decision rejecting the Qantas-Air New Zealand Tasman Networks Agreement.

24 November 2006
UNWTO Executive Council:
The importance of tourism and its contribution to the process of economic and social development, within the framework of the Millennium Development Goals of the United Nations, was underscored during the Executive Council of the UNWTO,…

15 November 2006
Presidential trip to China fruitful for Bali
A trip to China by an Indonesian Government delegation including President Susilo Bambang Yodhoyono last week, proved to be potentially fruitful for the Bali tourism industry.

15 November 2006
The A380 ? bad news continues
Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation notes FedEx?s announcement that it cancelled its order for ten A380s is clearly an unwelcome, if not unexpected, development for Airbus and the A380 programmed.

15 November 2006
BTB under attack
The Bali Tourism Board, has suffered some set backs with questions concerning its management and the transparency of funds. Chairman, Bagus Sudibya expressed his disappointment today ‘I’m just so sad that this negative sentiment has emerged.

15 November 2006
Changi Airport Welcomes Jetstar Airways
The Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore is pleased to welcome Jetstar Airways to commence operations at Changi Airport this week.

15 November 2006
Marriott supports UNWTO global code of ethics
UNWTO is committed to helping to protect children from sexual abuse.

15 November 2006
Mengapa selalu ribut mengenai Lapangan Golf ?
Sebagai pengusaha pariwisata dan pemain golf, merasa gundah juga hati saya membaca hal-hal yang negative saja yang dikemukakan secara besar-besaran dari berbagai pihak.

15 November 2006
UNWTO & Microsoft Unveil New Emergency Response Portal
In its continuing effort to help the tourism sector respond to natural and man made disaster situations, UNWTO today unveiled the BETA site of its new Emergency Response System developed by Microsoft as part of a long-term cooperation.

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