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Premier Inn announces ten new hotels in India

Premier Inn announces ten new hotels in India

26 November 2009 Hotel News

Premier Inn has unveiled plans to open ten budget hotels in India over the next five years in response to the expansion of the business travel market in the region, and follows the opening of its first in Bangalore last week. It also plans a further nine hotels in India by 2014.

India plans tourist boost for 2010

10 November 2009 Tourism News

The sharp falls in tourist numbers to India have levelled out, according to the tourism minister. Kumari Selja said tourist numbers had dropped by 7% to 4.2m in the 10 months to October compared to the same period last year. Foreign earnings however have risen and are up by 4.1% over the same period.

CAPA India announces launch of CAPA Aircraft Advisory Service

1 July 2009 Press Release Airline News

Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation announced today the launch of CAPA Aircraft Advisory, India’s first professional end-to-end aircraft acquisition service. This unique solution is designed to de-mystify the process of selecting and acquiring, an aircraft for private or general use, be it a business jet, a turboprop or a helicopter.

Girl rescued from Indian Ocean but 152 feared dead

30 June 2009 Press Release Airline News

A teenage girl has been rescued from the Indian Ocean, the only apparent survivor from an airliner crash off the coast of east Africa in which 152 people are feared dead.The 14-year-old, whose first name is Bahia, was found floating 10 miles out to sea from the Comoros islands off where the Airbus A310 operated by Yemenia Air was trying to land.