Archive for March, 2005
As part of Auckland International Airportâ€™s ongoing programme to maintain the runway and taxiway system, the airport company will shortly replace a significant section of the main runway.
Today Auckland International Airport Limited (AIAL) introduces the first Monthly Traffic Update for media and industry analysts.
Norwegian Coastal Voyage increases choice of expedition voyages to remote Arctic island of Spitsbergen under the midnight sun
Norwegian Coastal Voyage has increased the choice of soft-adventure expeditions to the remote Arctic island of Spitsbergen by adding a 14- and 15-day special departure on August 2 and 12 to the summer schedule of eight- and 11-day air-inclusive programs on the MS Nordstjernen (North Star), a 114-berth traditional coastal vessel, and the MS Polar [...]
Mississippi Queen and Delta Queen set for the “Great Steamboat Race” in 2005. Ends in St. Louis on Independence Day
“In the ‘flush times’ of steamboating, a race between two notoriously fleet steamers was an event of vast importance. The date was set for it several weeks in advance, and from that time forward the whole Mississippi valley was in a state of consuming excitement. Politics and the weather was dropped, and people talked only [...]
Whether you enjoy discovering the secrets of gigantic marine mammals of the St. Lawrence River or prefer to drive your ball on green fairways between sea and mountains with spectacular panoramas,Â Fairmont Le Manoir Richelieu offers to any adventurer a large array of exciting summer activitiesâ€¦Â From tee to sea!
HO CHI MINH CITY, Vietnam – March 30, 2005 – China Southern Airlines (NYSE: ZNH, HKSE: 1055, SHA 600029) – www.cs-air.com/en – the largest airline in The Peopleâ€™s Republic of China, is pleased to announce expanded new Summer 2005 operations between China and Vietnam with new double daily service.
Situated in the foothills of Californiaâ€™s beautiful Sierra Nevada Mountains â€“ Moccasin Point Marina â€“ is the ideal destination to escape from the hustle and bustle of daily life. This location is so perfectly peaceful that you can â€śrecharge your batteriesâ€ť and reconnect with family and friends! Moccasin Point Marina is 60 miles west of [...]
Crystal Cruises announces that in December 2005, following its scheduled dry-dock, Crystal Harmony will join its parent company’s Japanese cruise division. Crystal Cruises, which also operates the ultra-luxury ships, Crystal Symphony and Crystal Serenity, announces it is developing plans to replace Crystal Harmony with a new ship. The luxury line has established a shipbuilding team [...]
Carnival Corporation & plc Reports Impact Of British Merchant Navy Officers Pension Fund Court Ruling
Carnival Corporation & plc’s (NYSE/LSE: CCL; NYSE: CUK) first quarter 2005 earnings press release dated March 21, 2005 stated that the company expected a court decision on March 22, 2005 on how to allocate a fund deficit in the British Merchant Navy Officers Pension Fund (MNOPF) among participating employers in the fund. The court announced [...]
Teddy Bears Travel the World with the Society of American Travel Writers Fuzzy Wuzzy was a bear, Fuzzy Wuzzy may have had no hair but he’s undeniably a teddy bear that travels around the world to unique and exotic places with the Society of American Travel Writers (SATW). The Traveling Teddy program started 10 years [...]