Boeing s new wing design shows up in Asia

Boeing s unique Split Scimitar Winglets will be introduced in Asia as part of a new contract with Thailand’s NewGen Airways.

 

A new collaboration in between the Bangkok-based provider and Aviation Partners Boeing (APB) will see NewGen end up being the first airline in Asia to run the distinct wing design, which is developed to enhance fuel-efficiency. The Split Scimitar Winglets will be installed on one of NewGen’s Boeing 737-800 aircraft.

 

NewGen is taking steps to be the most efficient and recognizable brand name in Asia, said Craig McCallum, APB s director of sales & marketing. The Split Scimitar Winglets gives them an additional cost benefit over other Asian operators who have yet to embrace the innovation.

 

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French Lascaux cave paintings include sparkle to hidden gem Gwangmyeong Cave

The fate of Gwangmyeong Cave has varied with the numerous happenings in the wild Korean modern history.

During the Japanese colonial duration (1910-1945), it was abused for precious metals like gold and copper for the Japanese.

 

When the specter of exploitation had lastly gone, it ended up being a shelter for Korean refugees throughout the Korean War (1950-1953). In peacetime, the deserted gold mine functioned as a storage for salted shrimp.

 

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Travel: Suzhou Tourism woos tourists on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram

Facebook, Instagram and Twitter is not allowed in China, however this hasn’t stopped Suzhou Tourism from connecting to travel lovers on these platforms like www.365travel.asia .

For the past couple of weeks, Suzhou Tourism possibly utilizing a 3rd party supplier has been engaging users with free gifts on its Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram accounts. This is a part of its newfangled social networks campaign A Virtual Look at Suzhou: Home to Culture, Canals, Cuisine and Craft.

In May, the users on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram will get a possibility to take part in periodic online events consisting of finest photo sweepstakes and interactive polls.

 

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