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WIZZ AIR ANNOUNCES CONTINUED EXPANSION ACROSS ITALY

WIZZ AIR ANNOUNCES CONTINUED EXPANSION ACROSS ITALY

Wizz Air, Europe's fastest-growing and most sustainable airline, announces further expansion to its bases in Italy, making it the third largest airline in the country. Wizz Air is -allocating three of its Airbus A321neo aircraft to its bases at Rome Fiumicino and Milan Malpensa: two to Rome and one to Milan

United Names Jonathan Ireland Senior Vice President of Finance

United Names Jonathan Ireland Senior Vice President of Finance

United Airlines today named Jonathan Ireland senior vice president of finance, overseeing the carrier's $40 billion operating cost structure and $5 billion capital budget, managing the business planning functions, and leading enterprise financial goal setting. Ireland will also assume responsibility for the airline's procurement function.

Bhutan opens borders to tourists

Bhutan opens borders to tourists

Bhutan opens borders to tourists with daily sustainable fee; Indians to pay Rs 1,200 per day Bhutan’s Ambassador to India, Major General Vetsop Namgyel said fully-vaccinated travellers are now welcome and tourists would no longer be required to be quarantined upon arrival.

Shangri-La Group Announces CEO Lim Beng Chee’s Retirement

Shangri-La Group Announces CEO Lim Beng Chee’s Retirement

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Shangri-La Group announced this week the retirement of Group CEO Lim Beng Chee after almost 6 years of leadership and accomplishment. He will step down from the Group CEO position on 31 December 2022, and remains a member of the Board of Directors of Shangri-La Group as well as at China World Trade Center.

Thailand ends COVID-19 Emergency Decree on 30 September 2022

Thailand ends COVID-19 Emergency Decree on 30 September 2022

Thailand’s Centre of COVID-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) announced the ending of the nationwide COVID-19 Emergency Decree on 30 September, 2022, as the kingdom reclassifies COVID-19 from ‘a dangerous communicable disease’ to ‘a communicable disease under surveillance’ from 1 October, 2022.