AIR CHINA is adding to its three daily Los Angeles-Beijing flights with a new route that connects Southern California's Silicon Beach to China's own Silicon Valley, starting December 7. The three weekly nonstop services between Los Angeles (LAX) and Shenzhen (SZX) will be operated by the airline's newest Dreamliner, the Boeing 787-9. It will be the first direct service from Los Angeles to Shenzhen. www.airchina.cn (ATI).
PENANG – The Shangri-La Group’s Hotel Jen Penang, a 17-storey landmark in the heart of UNESCO World Heritage Site George Town, has unveiled its new look following a US$14 million renovation.
SYDNEY - Australians are more likely to love business travel than Americans, Britons and Canadians, according to an international survey commissioned by Chrome River, a leading expense management solutions provider.
SYDNEY – New research by International SOS identifies the impact of business travel on mental health and the need for Australian companies to improve emotional support for travelling staff.
TOKYO – The Japan Airlines Group today announced a profit for the six months to September 30 of 77.9 billion yen, up 9.2% year-on-year. During this period, the Japanese economy had experienced a moderate recover, while employment and income rates also improved across the country, JAL said.
BEIJING – From December 11, Air China will offer direct flights between Brisbane and Beijing, giving Brisbane access to 18 points in Europe, nine points in North America, and almost anywhere in China and Asia.