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The Executive Traveller September 2010 Newsletter
It Is Not Just About Beautiful Rooms ... Excellent Service Should Come As Standard
COVER STORY: Planning your event: Venue selection, working with event planners plus Top tips on how to organise a successful event.
Events are complex, yet (with a little creativity and lots of careful planning) can become memorable, successful and enjoyable experiences for everyone. The Executive Traveller event-planning tips are designed to help events organisers .…read more
Danish MEETOVATION© - Where Smart Brains Meet
They tried it on children and created geniuses and now the Danish are revitalising meetings with colour and ideas and injecting brain food into the process
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Contracting the Event Venue – Things you need to know
Some important points to remember when contracting an Event Venue to ensure that whatever you negotiate, whatever that is offered to/by you or mutually ... read more
Behind the scenes of London’s largest Conference and Events Hotel
Lyssiemay Annoh snoops around the fully comprehensive venue where 3 to 3,000 can meet, 2 to 2,000 can eat and 1 to 1,000 can sleep – right in the ...find out more
The Stylish, Historic and cultured meetings and events facilities of Marriott London County Hall...find out more
The Solis Lough Eske Castle- Donegal – Ireland
Set in the picturesque County Donegal in North West Ireland, the majestic Gaelic Lough Eske Castle has more than just a story to tell. The hotel was secretly buzzing with a serious wedding arrangement when we arrived but it was still business. ...discover more
Will India Be The Solution to Hunt & Palmer’s Expansion Plans?
It appears that the MICE in India is expected to grow by 10-15 per cent this year

Air charter broker Hunt & Palmer is looking to its operation in India for future growth as the country shows an increase in the number of private jets purchased, and a rise in demand for private air charter...read more
An opportunity to watch the Monaco Grand Prix in style.
Enjoy the thrill of a business jet flight into Albenga, a little known airport in Italy, just a short helicopter ride from the heart of the action in Monaco on Saturday 26th May 2012. The thrill of the helicopter ride provides a breath-taking opportunity to take in the action from above whilst ensuring a dramatic entrance.
Saturday 26th May, depart Luton at 0830hrs, arriving into Albenga at 1123hrs
• Immediate Helicopter transfer into Monaco, arriving ahead of 1400hrs qualification lap
Sunday 27th May, return Helicopter transfer to Albenga for flight departing at 2100hrs
• Flights with Victor @£950 per person each way, plus €700 per person each way helicopter transfer
Terms & Conditions apply – only 8 passengers needed in order to confirm flight... find out more

Belgium: - 28 and April 29, 2012 - Zythos Beer Festival Leuven: Zythos beer festival will be held for first time in Leuven, the capital of beer! ..more events in Belgium
Swaziland now has a New Tourism Complex in Mlawula
His Majesty King Mswati III and Her Majesty Indlovukazi provided their Royal approval for the opening of the Magadzavane Tourism Complex in Mlawula along with members of the Swaziland National Trust Commission board.
Nestled within Mlawula Nature Reserve, Magadzavane is situated 16km from Siteki, near the Goba/Mhlumeni border, offering spectacular views and tranquil, relaxing environment
MEPs want Airlines to give stranded passengers better information and immediate help
In a resolution adopted by the European Parliament, MEPs called on the European Commission to tighten the rules on help and compensation for flight cancellations or delays, including luggage delays over 6 hours. ...read more
World’s First All-Business Class A330-200 for Hong Kong Airlines
Hong Kong Airlines is showcasing the world’s first all-business class A330-200 aircraft and partnering with Michelin star chef, Jason Atherton, to create an in-flight dining ..read more

AIR EUROPA expands Lima service to daily
Air Europa, Spain’s second largest airline and Latin America specialist, has increased its frequency to Lima to keep up with the growing demand for flights to the South American hotspot....read more

SkyWork Airlines launches new fare structure
As expanding Swiss regional carrier SkyWork Airlines celebrated its first anniversary on the London City-Bern route at the end of March, it has introduced a new fare structure to better meet the needs of the individual traveller. Passengers now have the option of four different classes of booking on a range of tariffs: SkySaver; SkySurfer; SkyWorker and SkyExecutive each offering enhanced flexibility on optional extras including baggage allowances, catering requirements, on-board iPads, lounge access, earphones and ticket flexibility.
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