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US TRAVEL ADVISORY Peanut Ban Studied

Category: Tourism, Posted:04 Jul 2010 | 06:00 am

Despite more airline safety concerns about terrorist bombing plots or aircraft plummeting to the ground from volcanic ash, the US Transportation Department has now turned its attention to gathering data for a proposal that would ban peanuts on commercial flights.
While there is an estimated nearly 2 million American's who have peanut allergies, some medical experts have pointed out that potentially more deadly is the eating of peanuts on an enclosed space by large numbers of people can produce peanut dust which can result in allergic reactions.
Food service companies and agricultural groups have cried 'foul' over the possible move.

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Category: Tourism, Posted:23 Oct 2020 | 16:26 pm Bangkok Airways has announced the return of flights between Phuket and Koh Samui. According to the Phuket News service commences Sunday, October 25th leaving Phuket at 12:20 pm and arriving in Samui at 1:15 pm. There will also be a resumption of flights between Phuket and Hat Yai between Phuket and U-Tapao (Pattaya). The return […]
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Khao Lak Hotel Supply Continues To Expand

Category: Hotels, Posted:22 Oct 2020 | 06:00 am Despite the downturn of Covid-19, hotel investment confidence in Khao Lak remains positive in the long term. One sign of this is a newbuild Pullman-branded Khao Lak Resort Is set to open on 1st December. The 253-key beachfront hotel and villa property features a design by Martin Palleros of Tierra Design.  Palleros is the architect […]
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Minor’s Bill Heinecke Speaks Out About Chinese Return

Category: Hotels, Posted:21 Oct 2020 | 11:40 am We had a candid conversation a few days ago with Minor International’s Founder and Chairman Bill Heinecke about Thai tourism. Two key takeaways from the conversation were: The Asian financial crisis of 1997 was a walk in the park compared to the damage to the Thai economy during Covid-19. Thailand must find a way to […]