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  Volume: XXIV, Issue No. 1 August 16-31, 2014  
   
 
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FRONT PAGE »
- Biman in deep trouble with modern fleet, but no proper manpower to operate it
- Diet soda may kill you
AVIATION »
- Singapore Airlines to launch Hokkaido flights in Dec
- United College of Aviation builds up human resources
- Airports in Saudi Arabia to handle 100m travellers by 2020
- Air India starts flights to Domodedovo
- India's newest airline eyes October launch
- China Southern launches new direct service to New York
- Turkish Airlines' CEO scoops key industry award
- Spanish airline Iberia to cut up to 1581 jobs
- Emirates commences flights to Chicago
- Etihad Airways & Philippine Airlines launch landmark agreement
- New features on Oman Air's website offer greater choice, convenience
- Qatar Airways continues network, frequency increases with additional flights
- Jet Airways in the news for repeated incidents
- Bangkok Airways takes delivery of its latest A320 jet
- Malaysian sovereign fund offers to buy MAS
- SriLanka national airline plans aggressive growth
- Indian wins US$1m at Qatar Duty Free in Hamad International Airport
- British Airways: Fish and chips in the air
- Jailed Sahara Chief Roy seeks more time to seal hotel deals
TOURISM »
- Garos, a community with distinctive culture and lifestyle
- An uptown comfort in downtown Bangkok
CARGO & SHIPPING »
- UPS, Fedex get approval for express services in more Chinese cities
- DHL Express Bangladesh presents GoGreen carbon credit certificate to StanChart
- Aramex delivers record half year results
BANKING & COMMERCE »
- Centre for abandoned children, destitute women launched
- Brandwitz-2014, branding competition starts journey
- EBL wins accolade at Global Brand Excellence Awards
- Walton wins 'Best Brand Award
HOTEL & RESTAURANT »
- The Westin Dhaka presents Venetian cuisine at Prego
- Lounge Comida : Restaurant with a difference
- Dhaka's newest restaurant Rococo launched in Gulshan-2
- Ahsan Ishaque joins as EAM, Hotel Sarina
BACK PAGE »
- Dubai International Airport to see 70m passengers in 2014 despite runway closures

 
 
FRONT PAGE »
- Malaysia Airlines faces difficult future
- Plane crashes dominate int. media, but air travel is the safest ever
AVIATION »
- Boeing expands capabilities for pilot training around the world
- Singapore Airlines Q1 net profit plunges 71.4pc
- Jet Airways enhances connectivity to Sri Lanka
- Etihad Airways strengthens US network with new San Francisco service
- More incidents of passenger jets shot down
- Bangkok Airways announced ?World's Best Regional Airline,? by Skytrax
- Saudi Arabian Airlines gets new Director General
- Oman Air wins Best Airline Staff Service Middle East at World Airline Awards
- Emirates, Etihad, Qatar make top ten airline list
- Air India playing by rules it makes up as it goes along
- Turkish Airlines opens a new chapter in Turkish Civil Aviation
- Thai military decide to scrap privileges of Thai Airways Board members
- China Eastern turns Beijing unit into LCC
- Emirates innovates with inflight entertainment for the visually impaired
- Jet eyes profit by 2017 with boost from Etihad
- Boeing boosts 2014 profit forecast after strong Q2
- Qatar Airways places an order for 100 Boeing B777-9x
- Brazil's Embraer sells 60 commercial planes to China
TOURISM »
- Thailand Tourism : Happiness was on the Streets of Bangkok
- A collection of Coins and Currency
- Umrah visas to exceed six million this year
- Turkey hopes for 45m tourists
- 38 tourism projects worth US$486m planned in Myanmar
CARGO & SHIPPING »
BANKING & COMMERCE »
- Earthquake resistant fire station by "retrofit"
- India prepares for 100 'smart cities' by 2020
- Banglalink 3G now in all 64 districts
HOTEL & RESTAURANT »
- More than 28,000 new hotel rooms will be added by 2016
- Watercress for fine dining signature dishes
- Paris hotels allow guests to 'pay what you want'
BACK PAGE »
- Bangkok 2nd top global city destination, but first in Asia-Pacific

 

 
 
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