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  • Cathay Pacific launches larger aircraft on Sydney flights

    first_imgThe first Cathay Pacific Boeing 777-300ER will arrive today at Sydney Airport at 2050 from Hong Kong, as the airline increases its capacity on the popular route.With 28 flights a week from Sydney to Hong Kong, or four daily flights, the 2014 Skytrax Airline of the Year has deployed Airbus A330-300s on all its services until now.From 3 December, the larger Boeing 777-300ER will be initially used on three flights a week – CX138/139 on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays and then moving to daily deployment on this flight from February 2015.Cathay Pacific will continue to operate the A330-300 on the other three daily flights between Sydney and Hong Kong.Cathay Pacific regional general manager Nelson Chin said that 2014 has been a strong year for Cathay Pacific and the launch of larger aircrafts rounds out the year well.“2014 has been a special year for Cathay Pacific in Australia – in March this year we’ve increased the total number of Australian flights from 70 to 74 per week which resulted in an increase of six per cent in the number of seats available for sale from Australia,” Mr Chin said.The modern, spacious and fuel-efficient Boeing 777-300ER will have a three class configuration with 40 seats in Cathay Pacific’s award-winning Business Class, 32 in Premium Economy and 268 in Economy Class.Cathay Pacific passengers travelling from Sydney can choose between the airline’s three flights meaning a lot of flexibility when travelling via the carrier’s hub Hong Kong to a vast network of over 190 destinations worldwide.Source = ETB Travel News: Lewis Wisemanlast_img read more

  • IHG New Zealand announces new Marketing Manager appointment

    first_imgIHG New Zealand announces new Marketing Manager appointmentIHG New Zealand is pleased to announce the appointment of Rachel Peacock to the position of Marketing Manager for the group in New Zealand, based at Crowne Plaza Auckland.In her new role she will lead the marketing team and look after Crowne Plaza Auckland and Queenstown, as well as Holiday Inn Rotorua and Auckland Airport.Rachel has a wealth of knowledge gained from studying Marketing and Management at the Victoria University of Wellington before completing an honours degree in Marketing. She joins the team from SKYCITY Auckland where she worked initially in the Food and Beverage department, no stranger to large campaigns and launches such as The Grill by Sean Connolly and MASU.A major focus of her role was also the launch and growth of Federal Street, SKYCITY’s dining precinct which includes seven award-winning restaurants and bars.She moved to the Hotel, Tourism and Conventions department where she worked on the rebrand of the out-catering brand, ran direct marketing strategies and helped implement a number of hugely successful campaigns, before making the move to IHG.Franck Hesse, IHG’s area director of sales and marketing, described Rachel as a “great new talent” and said her experience would be a “substantial” asset to IHG.“We’re thrilled to have her join the team and are sure she will have a great impact on our properties in New Zealand,” he said.Rachel’s personal interests led her to pursue a career in hospitality with a strong focus on her love of food.“Growing up in a foodie household, the apple didn’t fall far from the tree, and whether it be dining out or being creative in the kitchen, food is a major passion of mine,” she said.“I also love travelling and remaining active, thriving in team sports like netball but also really enjoying individual activities like scuba diving, boxing and skiing.“Skiing’s always been one of my favourite activities so in particular I’m looking forward to working on projects at Crowne Plaza Queenstown which has an enviable reputation as New Zealand’s best ski hotel.“I’m excited about joining the team and look forward to building relationships internally and externally.”Rachel will start in her new role on Tuesday October 20 2015. IHGSource = IHGlast_img read more