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Qantas scraps Dubai stop for Singapore on London flights Singapore, August 31, 2017
Qantas will re-route its Sydney to London Airbus A380 service via Singapore instead of Dubai from March 25, 2018, as it applies to extend its partnership with Emirates for another five years.

Recovering Macau to start accepting tour groups again Macau, August 31, 2017
The Macao Government Tourism Office (MGTO) will resume group tours starting September 2, following a temporary cessation to facilitate resource allocation for the city's recovery from recent typhoons.

Expedia's Okerstrom replaces Khosrowshahi as CEO Bellevue, Washington, August 31, 2017
Expedia's CFO and executive vice president of operations Mark Okerstrom will succeed Dara Khosrowshahi, who recently left the giant OTA to head Uber.

MakeMyTrip's corporate travel booking tool now live Gurgaon, August 31, 2017
Indian OTA giant MakeMyTrip has launched the MyBusiness tool to capture the booming corporate travel segment.

Hyatt acquires Exhale wellness brand Chicago, August 31, 2017
Hyatt Hotels Corporation is beefing up its health and fitness offerings with the purchase of spa operator Exhale for an undisclosed amount.

Aviation roundup: Finnair, Vietjet and Nepal's Shree Airlines August 31, 2017
Here's our weekly roundup of new routes, flight frequency changes and partnerships.

New website coming soon! Singapore, August 31, 2017
We're excited to announce that we're currently in the process of launching a new TTG Asia website.

TTG Asia breaks for Hari Raya Haji Singapore, August 31, 2017
TTG Asia will be taking a break on Friday, September 1, for the Hari Raya Haji public holiday.

New hotels: Hilton Busan, Sofitel Singapore City Centre and more August 31, 2017
The latest hotel openings and announcements made this week.

Short notice for tax roll-out frustrates Cambodian trade Marissa Carruthers, Phnom Penh, August 30, 2017
The last-minute implementation of a US$2 environmental tax on visitors taking boat trips from Sihanoukville to outlying islands has been met with criticism from the Cambodian trade.

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