2019 December

LOT Polish Airlines to commence Warsaw-Washington Dulles service in Jun-2020

LOT Polish Airlines announced (30-Dec-2019) plans to commence three times weekly Warsaw-Washington Dulles service on 02-Jun-2020. The airline will operate the service with Boeing 787

Delta completes acquisition of 20% stake in LATAM

Delta Air Lines completed (30-Dec-2019) the tender offer to acquire an equity stake in LATAM Airlines Group, successfully acquiring a 20% stake for approximately USD1.9

Uber – is it all starting to unravel as new generation disruptors disrupt the original disruptors?

As the year, and decade, turns, ride-sharing group Uber, possibly the most controversial and newsworthy company of the 2010s (it was formed in Mar-2009 as

Aeroflot to resume Moscow-Bali service in Oct-2020

Aeroflot plans to resume four times weekly Moscow Sheremetyevo-Bali service on 28-Oct-2020 (Routes Online, 30-Dec-2019). The airline will operate the service with A350-900 equipment.

Casablanca Airport reaches 10m pax for the first time in a year

Casablanca Mohammed V Airport recorded (26-Dec-2019) its 10 millionth passenger of 2019 on 26-Dec-2019, reaching the 10 million passengers p/a milestone for the first time.

Hyundai Development Company consortium acquires Asiana Airlines

Hyundai Development Company announced (27-Dec-2019) its consortium and Kumho Industrial agreed to acquire the latter’s majority stake in Asiana Airlines for KRW2.5 trillion (USD2.2 billion).

Dusit International dreams big in China, while Marriott bring its playful Moxy brand to Mexico City

The year has ended with a number of additional hotel  project confirmations, the most notable among them being plans by Dusit International to expand its

In-flight services and entertainment found to be the primary drivers of passenger satisfaction among international travellers

Great food – the spicier the better – plus good customer service and a positive track record are the primary drivers of passenger satisfaction on

Zleep Hotels to debut in Southern Europe with new Madrid airport property

Danish hotel chain Zleep Hotels is to make its debut in Southern Europe with its German co-owner, Deutsche Hospitality confirming plans for the first Zleep

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