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The low-cost airline said the additional jobs would be created this year as it opens new bases across Europe, including one in Manchester.
It will also base aircraft for the first time in Billund in Denmark, Wroclaw in Poland, Palma in Spain and Paphos in Cyprus.
The Dublin-based carrier said it will be looking to recruit additional pilots, cabin crew, engineers and sales and marketing personnel, boosting its payroll by 10% to nearly 8,000 in total.
NEW YORK, New York - ECPAT-USA announced that Wyndham Worldwide has become the latest major hospitality company to take a stand against the commercial sexual exploitation of children by signing the Tourism Child-Protection Code of Conduct (The Code). While The Code has been signed by more than 1,000 travel industry members worldwide, Wyndham Worldwide, one of the world’s largest hospitality companies, is only the fifth US company to sign.
Mr Baumhoff will oversee the business development and expansion plans of Emaar Hospitality Group, as well as the general administration of all hotels and leisure properties of the company.
Mr Baumhoff said: "Emaar Hospitality Group is one of the strong contributors to the recurring revenues of Emaar today, and we will continue to focus on strengthening our business regionally and internationally.
Woolworths' hospitality arm ALH Group signed long-term leases and acquired the businesses and associated assets of 31 hotels and one detached bottleshop in NSW from these groups.
The deal more than doubled the number of pubs under Woolworths' control from 27 to 58. It also cemented its position as the country's biggest owner-operator of poker machines, lifting the number of machines under its control to 13,480.
The operator also plans to improve its websites with the hope of increasing its share of UK online bookings from the current 25% to 40-50%.
Financial results showed a pre-tax loss of £398m at the year end compared to a profit of £42m in 2010.
The number of aircraft are to be reduced from 41 to 35 – primarily in long haul.
He replaces Patrick Mendes who is joining the Latin America teams as Senior Vice President Operations for Mercure, MGallery and Pullman.
Cédric Gobilliard will define the Group’s sales strategy and policy for each of its market segments, in collaboration with the brands and countries. He will also be responsible for defining the B to B offer and for supervising the priority accounts.