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Philippines lays out cruising ambitions Rosa Ocampo, Manila, February 23, 2016
DETERMINED to strengthen its position as a cruising destination, the Philippines will implement this year a development strategy put together by Sydney-based Chart Management Consultants and funded by the United States Agency for International Development.
 

MCB faces anxious wait on new operating model Rebecca Elliott, reporting from AIME 2016, Melbourne, February 23, 2016
THE Melbourne Convention Bureau (MCB) will join forces with the state's tourism body Visit Victoria later this year, but just what that new business model looks like remains a mystery.
 

Asian travel employment to remain strong Singapore, February 23, 2016
EMPLOYMENT in Asia-Pacific's travel and hospitality industry is expected to remain healthy this year, bucking the trend forecasted in most other sectors, according to a study conducted by ACI HR Solutions.
 

Australia lures MICE with global campaign Rebecca Elliott, reporting from AIME 2016, Melbourne, February 23, 2016
TOURISM Australia is encouraging MICE players to take advantage of the NTO's A$40 million (US$28.8 million) multi-platform aquatic and coastal global marketing campaign to drive business events to the country.
 

More heading to Phuket for plastic surgery Phuket, February 23, 2016
MEDICAL tourism in Phuket is on the rise with an overwhelming majority of visitors coming to the resort island for aesthetic treatments, according to research by consultancy C9 Hotelworks.
 

Ascott fast-tracks China expansion Singapore, February 23, 2016
IN a bid to accelerate its expansion in mainland China, Ascott has partnered with Dongfu Investment Development - a real estate subsidiary of China's largest state-owned construction and infrastructure builder, China State Construction Engineering Company.
 

AIME marred by bus crash Rebecca Elliott, Melbourne, February 22, 2016
THE Asia-Pacific Incentives and Meetings Expo (AIME) in Melbourne got off to a shaky start this morning when a tour bus carrying 15 hosted buyers and a Melbourne Convention Bureau (MCB) staff member crashed into a light rail bridge in the suburb of South Melbourne.
 

SriLankan Airlines scraps plans to cut Europe flights Feizal Samath, Colombo, February 22, 2016
INDUSTRY players in Sri Lanka are elated that SriLankan Airlines will not be scrapping all flights to Europe, a move earlier considered due to losses made from the routes.
 

Open Destinations offers software solution for tour operators London, February 22, 2016
TRAVEL technology provider Open Destinations has launched Travel Builder, a configurable cloud-hosted software package for tour operators.
 

Non-air revenue leads Travelport growth Langley, February 22, 2016
TRAVELPORT reported over US$2.2 billion in net revenue in 2015, up 3 per cent from approximately US$2.1 billion in 2014.
 



 
 
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