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American Express Opens a New Lounge at the Mumbai International Airport

  Manoj Adlakha, CEO, American Express, India

American Express has opened a new proprietary lounge at Terminal 2 of the Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport, Mumbai. This is the second proprietary lounge of American Express in India, the other being in Delhi.

The lounge facility offers an opportunity for travellers to relax in style and comfort. Entry to the lounge is complimentary for Centurion and Platinum Card members. Platinum Reserve Card members receive up to 12 complimentary visits a year. The lounge is fitted with luxurious interiors and comfortable seating, and an ambience that evokes plush hospitality. It offers a lavish spread and gourmet menu, covering breakfast and all-day dining selections available as a la carte (for Centurion Card members) and buffet (for Platinum and Platinum Reserve Card members). The lounge also offers a rich collection of the finest spirits and cocktails.

Speaking about the new launch, Manoj Adlakha, CEO – American Express, India, said, "Our Card members travel extensively for business and pleasure and we are committed to meeting their needs wherever they go. Access to the Mumbai Lounge and the broader American Express Global Lounge Collection is among an expansive suite of benefits designed to create a more seamless travel experience for our Platinum and Centurion Card members. Special privileges at the lounge, such as fast Wi-Fi, comfortable seating, private work areas, make the wait time an enjoyable experience.".


Sabre Increases China Airlines
Network Efficiency and Productivity

  Dasha Kuksenko, Vice President and Regional General Manager, Asia Pacific, Sabre Airline Solutions

Sabre Corporation the leading technology provider to the global travel industry, today announced that Taiwan's flag carrier, China Airlines, has successfully implemented its flight operations management solution, Sabre AirCentre Movement Manager. A partner of Sabre for over twenty years, the next-generation solution will enable China Airlines to improve daily flight operations, continue to provide reliable service, and contribute to enhancing the traveller experience.

"Carefully orchestrated by our collective project teams, the smooth and successful migration of Sabre's Movement Manager was swiftly carried-out in a timely and efficient manner, causing no disruptions to our airline service," said Perry Chou, Vice President, System Operations Control, China Airlines. "The adoption of Sabre's technology is instrumental to our ongoing business success, as the solution will provide our controllers with a complete overview of the status of flights and increase our network's overall efficiency," he added.

GoAir Offers 50% Discount on Flights for Yachting Enthusiast from India to visit Thailand Yacht Show

  Left : Cornelis Vrieswijk, CEO, GoAir; Right : Gulu Lalvani, Chairman of Royal Phuket Marina

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