Review: AIR SEOUL A321 - KOREA's SECRET BUDGET AIRLINE! | This is a comprehensive Flight Review of Air Seoul A321-200 in Economy Class from Sapporo New Chitose (CTS) to Seoul Incheon (ICN) on RS732 featuring

Review: AIR SEOUL A321 - KOREA's SECRET BUDGET AIRLINE!

Review: AIR SEOUL A321 - KOREA's SECRET BUDGET AIRLINE!

Review: AIR SEOUL A321 - KOREA's SECRET BUDGET AIRLINE!

Review: AIR SEOUL A321 - KOREA's SECRET BUDGET AIRLINE!

Review: AIR SEOUL A321 - KOREA's SECRET BUDGET AIRLINE!
Review: AIR SEOUL A321 - KOREA's SECRET BUDGET AIRLINE!
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Aman to open Miami property

Aman to open Miami property

Luxury hotel group Aman has announced plans for its second urban US property, to be located in the Faena District of Miami’s South Beach.

The two building development will be situated on the site of the former Versailles Hotel, and will offer a hotel and branded residences.

No details have been released regarding room count or facilities – the project is scheduled to be completed in 2023.

Ahead of this Aman is set to open its first urban US hotel and residences within the Crown Building in New York’s Manhattan towards the end of next year.

The group also operates resort properties in Jackson Hole (Wyoming) and Canyon Point (Utah).

The Aman brand was founded in 1988, with the first property (Amanpuri) opening on the Thai island of Phuket. The group now has 39 hotels and resorts in 22 destinations, and recently opened Aman Tokyo at the foothills of the Hidari Daimonji Hill in the northern part of the city.

Other forthcoming destinations include Mexico, Saudi Arabia and Bangkok.

Commenting on the news Vladislav Doronin, Chairman and CEO of Aman said:

“My strategy for Aman places continued focus on developing further urban destinations for the brand following the success of similar projects such as Aman Tokyo.

“Aman Miami will give our guests the opportunity to connect with Aman in a culturally rich urban environment, whilst also serving as a gateway to Amanera in the Dominican Republic and Amanyara in the Turks and Caicos.”

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Hilton’s UK hotels to send recycled soap bars to communities in need

Hilton’s UK hotels to send recycled soap bars to communities in need

Hilton’s UK team has announced a soap recycling programme that it says will divert 64 tonnes of waste from landfill each year.

It will see the hotel group expand its current partnership with Clean the World.

According to the NGO, five million partially-used soap bars are thrown away in hotels around the world every day.

From 2020, soap bars from Hilton’s UK hotels (plus 17 in continental Europe) will be sent to Clean the World’s recycling facility in Amsterdam.

They will be cleaned and repurposed into 700,000 new soap bars each year, which will be sent to communities in need.

Hilton said these would especially be in countries with a high death rate due to pneumonia and cholera.

“Partnering with brands such as Hilton helps us to deliver much-needed hygiene supplies to children and families in times of need,” said Shawn Seipler, founder and CEO of Clean the World.

“We are thrilled to expand our existing partnership to Hilton’s hotels across Europe, as it will enable us to take another important step forward in our fight against hygiene-related illnesses.”

Hilton says its eventual goal is to recycle 100 per cent of its leftover soap bars.

So far its recycling programme has created 11 million new bars.

More broadly, Hilton wants to reduce waste output by 50 per cent by 2030.

It has already banned all plastic straws and stirrers and is set to roll out full-size toiletries in all hotels by the end of 2020.

Hotel groups Marriott, IHG, Hyatt and Mandarin Oriental have all made commitments to reduce their plastic use.

Hyatt has also partnered with Clean the World.

Read more about hotels’ efforts to improve their sustainability credentials in our recent feature:

Stay green: How hotels and guests can make travel more sustainable

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What’s Behind Executive Burnout in Travel and 10 Other Top Tourism Stories This Week

What’s Behind Executive Burnout in Travel and 10 Other Top Tourism Stories This Week

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With punishing schedules, business travel executives are more likely to burn out, especially in the 24/7 travel industry. Saulo Mohana / Unsplash



Skift Take: This week in tourism, careers can be demanding — that's just a fact — and for those working in the nonstop travel industry, a burnout is even more likely to happen. Meanwhile, cruises will grow in spite of any recession, or at least that's what two top cruising executives think.

— Jasmine Ganaishlal

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