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Business Traveller Asia-Pacific Edition

May 2019

The leading magazine for the corporate traveller. We aim to save you money and make your travelling life easier. Each edition has the latest news from airlines, airports, hotels and car hire companies, reviews of the latest gadgets, technology and accessories and destinations pieces - where to stay, what to eat, what to see, and how to behave, all delivered by our own writers and journalists around the world. In addition, loyalty programs are examined, deals and promotions collected and feature stories cover a wide range of issues such as health, security, technology, golf, automotive and finance. With editorial staff based in our offices around the globe we are uniquely placed to ensure that our different editions reflect the needs of our readers locally.

Land:
Hong Kong SAR China
Sprache:
English
Verlag:
Panacea Publishing International Limited
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IN DIESER AUSGABE

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welcome

Welcome to the May 2019 issue of Business Traveller Asia-Pacific. I spent some time in Macau recently for our “4 Hours in Macau” feature (see page 40). The city is often unfairly dismissed by tourists and business travellers alike in favour of Hong Kong, its larger and more powerful neighbour. While it’s true that Macau can hardly compare to Hong Kong – a global economic powerhouse and financial centre – the former Portuguese colony is growing at an impressive rate (driven largely by its gaming industry) and several stunning new hotels are cropping up.I was standing in the Grand Hyatt Macau’s executive lounge (see page 48 for this issue’s feature on executive lounges) talking with butler Randy Wong. The lounge has a commanding view of Macau’s Cotai area; you…

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this issue’s picks

BACK IN BUSINESS Chongqing may be seeing less growth than in its heyday a few years ago, but the city still offers significant business potential (page 22) SOUND OF SUCCESS Country music has made Nashville a tourist hit – but it’s winning big when it comes to business, too (page 28) BUSINESS CLASS GUIDE Many airlines use the same off-the-rack business class seat products, but which carriers operate which seats? (page 42) ENTER THE DRAGON China’s business travel market continues to boom regardless of the impact trade tariffs from the US may have (page 56) …

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contributors

DAVID WHITEHOUSE David Whitehouse spent 17 years in Paris with Bloomberg as a financial editor. He is the author of In Search of Rwanda’s Genocidaires: French Justice and the Lost Decades and co-author of We Didn’t Start the Fire: My Struggle for Democracy in Cambodia by longtime opposition leader Sam Rainsy. He now writes for the London financial curation service Substantive Research. On page 56, he explores China’s growing business travel market. NADIA BAILEY Nadia Bailey is a writer and critic based in Melbourne, Australia. Working across fields as diverse as fiction, journalism and poetry, her writing has appeared in publications like The Australian, The Age, Gourmet Traveller, JONES, The Lifted Brow and more. She has published three books on popular culture with Smith Street Books…

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business traveller asia-pacific

Managing director Julian GregoryEditorial director Tom OtleyDirector Peggy Teo EDITORIAL Editor Michael AllenDeputy editor Craig BrightConsulting editor Jeremy TredinnickEditorial assistant Jackie ChenArt director Loretta LamDesigner Julia Yau Contributors Nadia Bailey, Graham Boynton, Jeff Mills, Crystal Reid, Michael Taylor, David Whitehouse ADVERTISING General manager sales Juliet LimRegional sales directors Gracy Siu, Iris Yeung, Queenie KwongCirculation manager Allan Chan ADMINISTRATION Admin & production manager Renee Chiu…

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perfecting the journey

Founded in 1975 by American entrepreneur Charlie Clifford, TUMI sprang to life to revolutionise travel with stylish, functional and durable bags. Taking its name from a Peruvian icon known to Clifford during his days in the Peace Corps, the first TUMI bags quickly became popular for their ruggedness and superior quality. Even now, some of the original TUMI brown leather duffel bags hold their own over 40 years later – aside from minimal signs of wear, there’s little to indicate that they haven’t just come off the shelves of a store.From its early days producing expertly handcrafted leather bags, TUMI has evolved by innovating new styles and materials while incorporating more advanced functionality and technology. None exemplify this continuous improvement more than the Alpha series, an iconic collection that…

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british airways and virgin atlantic unveil new business class seats

THE LONG wait for British Airways’ and Virgin Atlantic’s new business class seat products is finally over, with both UK carriers now having lifted back the curtains on their respective offerings. British Airways’ Club Suite, as it is being called, is a bespoke version of Collins Aerospace’s Super Diamond design – a reverse-herringbone 1-2-1 configured seat also found on airlines such as China Airlines, Hong Kong Airlines and Hainan Airlines, among others. The main difference for the Club Suite is that, true to its name, it is an enclosed suite with a sliding door. The seat will debut on the airline’s first Airbus A350 in July. The A350 will operate on select short-haul crew familiarisation flights to Madrid in August and September, before being rostered onto select…

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