Asia travel does not have pilots
Asia deals with a severe scarcity of trained pilots as the region's need for flight skyrockets, Airbus's president told CNBC. "We believe that we will need near 200,000 pilots for the area, whereas there are just 65,000 today, in the next 20 years," Fabrice Bregier, president and CEO of the European plane maker, stated on Tuesday. To fulfill that requirement, Airbus and Singapore Airlines released a training center in Singapore today, equipped with 8 full-flight simulators and 6 cockpit training gadgets, and with the capacity to teach more than 10,000 trainees a year.
WTM Connect Asia lines up top
The inaugural WTM Connect Asia event will take place next month, and organizer Reed Exhibitions has verified that it has now secured the attendance of a series of leading Chinese travel buyers, including Ctrip. Through its hosted purchasers programmed, WTM Connect Asia has actually invited a variety of significant outgoing Chinese leisure travel buyers to attend the Penang occasion and take part in pre-scheduled individually consultations with travel suppliers from across Southeast Asia.
9 quiet gems in China for a crowd
Is it possible for you to take a photo with great surroundings with no travelers in it throughout the May Day Holiday, well-known for being the second busiest holiday period in China? Well, almost every Chinese, in addition to expats in China, will be celebrating the short three-day vacation of International Labor Day by asking the age-old question: to travel or not to travel. I just found a great list of places to visit in vietnam here www.365travel.asia .