March 2004
Business Travel World;Mar2004, p11
Trade Publication
Presents updates on the finances of business travel companies worldwide as of March 2004. Forecasted 2004 profit of SN Brussels Airline; Net profit of Air China in 2003; Plan of Macdonald Hotels to take control of Queens Moat Houses.


Related Articles

  • Manchester gears up for travel show. James, Lisa // Travel Weekly: The Choice of Travel Professionals;10/6/2003, Issue 1688, p46 

    More than 1,500 travel buyers and planners are expected to visit the Manchester Business Travel Show which takes place on Wednesday and Thursday this week at the G-Mex Centre in England as of October 06, 2003. Some 70 suppliers have signed up to the show — 10 of them first-timers —...

  • IN BRIEF.  // Travel Trade Gazette UK & Ireland;12/8/2003, Issue 2593, p6 

    Reports on developments of interest to the travel industry in Great Britain, compiled as of December 2003. Financial performance of SN Brussels Airlines; Appointment of Ickenham Travel managing director Peter Reglar as vice president of Advantage Travel Centers; Daily service of VLM Airlines.

  • Brussels Surprise. Buyck, Cathy // Air Transport World;Jun2003, Vol. 40 Issue 6, p60 

    Focuses on the business performance of SN Brussels Airlines in Brussels, Belgium. Net loss; Revenues; Corporate debts. INSET: Sobelair Goes It Alone.

  • Macdonald unveils hotel plans.  // Travel Weekly: The Choice of Travel Professionals;1/26/2004, Issue 1702, p54 

    A property in Cardiff and a conference centre in Aviemore are among new ventures being highlighted at Business Travel Show by Macdonald Hotels, as of January 26, 2004. As well as having a business centre and Macdonald's signature Vital leisure club and spa, Macdonald Holland House will have the...

  • LATE NEWS.  // Travel Weekly (UK);11/10/2006, p3 

    The article presents updates related to travel sector. SN Brussels and Virgin Express have merged to establish new carrier Brussels Airlines that will begin flying in March 2007. EasyCruise has announced details of its 2007 summer Greece itineraries. XL Leisure Group has bought a majority share...

  • SEAT REVIEW. Coxon, Alex // Travel Trade Gazette UK & Ireland;11/10/2006 Supplement, p16 

    The article evaluates the business class travel in SN Brussels Airlines. The article rates the experience of travel in business class from Birmingham to Kigali (via Brussels). Details related to the on-board and off-board services during the flight are mentioned in the article. The article rates...

  • News.  // Business Travel World;Oct2004, p7 

    Presents an update on issues related to business travel in Great Britain as of October 2004. Implementation of a review of Whitebread by CEO Alan Parker; Possibility of a deal between SN Brussels and Virgin Express; Role of Fairmont Hotels in the operation of Savoy Hotel in London, England.

  • Macdonald bears £30m loss in move upmarket. Druce, Chris // Caterer & Hotelkeeper;8/3/2006, Vol. 196 Issue 4436, p6 

    The article reports that Macdonald Hotels made a loss in 2005 as it shelled out on its estate to reposition the brand at the luxury end of the market. Despite turnover increasing 4% and hotel operating profit up 9% on last year, £ 68 million-worth of capital expenditure hit profits hard in...

  • IN BRIEF.  // Travel Trade Gazette UK & Ireland;9/15/2003, Issue 2581, p7 

    Reports developments on the travel industry as of September 2003. Brochure dedicated to school groups unveiled by Leger Holidays; Profit generated by SN Brussels Airlines; Roadshows hosted by the Cyprus Tourism Organization for travel agents.


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics