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Cuba Sees Record Surge in Tourism in 2016

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Socialist Cuba’s tourism industry grew more than expected in 2016, with over 4 million international tourists visiting the socialist country last year and this year, and even more expected to visit as the country becomes more accessible due to greater numbers of international flights.
Cuba outperformed its original goal of 3.8 million international tourists by 6 percent and in 2017 is expecting to receive more than 4.1 million people, the country’s Ministry of Tourism said.
North America and Europe were Cuba’s biggest markets for tourism, where the numbers of visitors increased by 13 percent from 2015 levels. While U.S. citizens are technically prohibited from traveling to the nation because of the ongoing blockade, increasing numbers are flocking to the island.
Cuba’s increasing tourism sector has been facilitated through the country’s National Development Plan for 2030 as well as an increasing number of new and established flights to the island from around the world.
Last year, travel restrictions were eased by President Obama including the announcement of regular flights between the U.S. and Cuba for the first time in more than 50 years, with low-cost U.S. carrier JetBlue. Silver Airways and American Airlines are expected to also start their own routes.
In December, Dallas-based carrier Southwest Airlines launched its inaugural flight from Tampa to Havana, with 156 passengers.
In Europe, Austrian Airlines and Russia’s Azur Air started weekly flights to Cuba and Virgin Atlantic added a weekly London to Havana connection. French carriers, Xl Airways and Air Caraibes have also added Cuban flights. The ministry said that more than 165,000 French tourists arrived to the island in 2016.
According to figures released by the Cuba’s National Office of Statistics and Information in November, Tourist revenue in Cuba had reached over $US1.2 billion in the first half of 2016 alone.
Tourism was initially restricted to enclave resorts where tourists would be segregated from Cuban society, referred to as “enclave tourism” and “tourism apartheid”. Contacts between foreign visitors and ordinary Cubans were de facto illegal between 1992 and 1997. The rapid growth of tourism during the Special Period had widespread social and economic repercussions in Cuba, and led to speculation about the emergence of a two-tier economy.
Cuba has tripled its market share of Caribbean tourism in the last decade; as a result of significant investment in tourism infrastructure, this growth rate is predicted to continue. 1.9 million tourists visited Cuba in 2003, predominantly from Canada and the European Union, generating revenue of US$2.1 billion. Cuba recorded 2,688,000 international tourists in 2011, the third-highest figure in the Caribbean (behind the Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico).
The medical tourism sector caters to thousands of European, Latin American, Canadian, and American consumers every year.
Allegations of widespread sex tourism are downplayed by the Cuban Justice minister. According to a Government of Canada travel advice website, “Cuba is actively working to prevent child sex tourism, and a number of tourists, including Canadians, have been convicted of offences related to the corruption of minors aged 16 and under. Prison sentences range from 7 to 25 years.”

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Socialist Cuba’s tourism industry grew more than expected in 2016, with over 4 million international tourists visiting the socialist country last year and this year, and even more expected to visit as the country becomes more accessible due to greater numbers of international flights.
Cuba outperformed its original goal of 3.8 million international tourists by 6 percent and in 2017 is expecting to receive more than 4.1 million people, the country’s Ministry of Tourism said.
North America and Europe were Cuba’s biggest markets for tourism, where the numbers of visitors increased by 13 percent from 2015 levels. While U.S. citizens are technically prohibited from traveling to the nation because of the ongoing blockade, increasing numbers are flocking to the island.
Cuba’s increasing tourism sector has been facilitated through the country’s National Development Plan for 2030 as well as an increasing number of new and established flights to the island from around the world.
Last year, travel restrictions were eased by President Obama including the announcement of regular flights between the U.S. and Cuba for the first time in more than 50 years, with low-cost U.S. carrier JetBlue. Silver Airways and American Airlines are expected to also start their own routes.
In December, Dallas-based carrier Southwest Airlines launched its inaugural flight from Tampa to Havana, with 156 passengers.
In Europe, Austrian Airlines and Russia’s Azur Air started weekly flights to Cuba and Virgin Atlantic added a weekly London to Havana connection. French carriers, Xl Airways and Air Caraibes have also added Cuban flights. The ministry said that more than 165,000 French tourists arrived to the island in 2016.
According to figures released by the Cuba’s National Office of Statistics and Information in November, Tourist revenue in Cuba had reached over $US1.2 billion in the first half of 2016 alone.
Tourism was initially restricted to enclave resorts where tourists would be segregated from Cuban society, referred to as “enclave tourism” and “tourism apartheid”. Contacts between foreign visitors and ordinary Cubans were de facto illegal between 1992 and 1997. The rapid growth of tourism during the Special Period had widespread social and economic repercussions in Cuba, and led to speculation about the emergence of a two-tier economy.
Cuba has tripled its market share of Caribbean tourism in the last decade; as a result of significant investment in tourism infrastructure, this growth rate is predicted to continue. 1.9 million tourists visited Cuba in 2003, predominantly from Canada and the European Union, generating revenue of US$2.1 billion. Cuba recorded 2,688,000 international tourists in 2011, the third-highest figure in the Caribbean (behind the Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico).
The medical tourism sector caters to thousands of European, Latin American, Canadian, and American consumers every year.
Allegations of widespread sex tourism are downplayed by the Cuban Justice minister. According to a Government of Canada travel advice website, “Cuba is actively working to prevent child sex tourism, and a number of tourists, including Canadians, have been convicted of offences related to the corruption of minors aged 16 and under. Prison sentences range from 7 to 25 years.”

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Cuba Sees Record Surge in Tourism in 2016

Tourism Report
 
Socialist Cuba’s tourism industry grew more than expected in 2016, with over 4 million international tourists visiting the socialist country last year and this year, and even more expected to visit as the country becomes more accessible due to greater numbers of international flights.
Cuba outperformed its original goal of 3.8 million international tourists by 6 percent and in 2017 is expecting to receive more than 4.1 million people, the country’s Ministry of Tourism said.
North America and Europe were Cuba’s biggest markets for tourism, where the numbers of visitors increased by 13 percent from 2015 levels. While U.S. citizens are technically prohibited from traveling to the nation because of the ongoing blockade, increasing numbers are flocking to the island.
Cuba’s increasing tourism sector has been facilitated through the country’s National Development Plan for 2030 as well as an increasing number of new and established flights to the island from around the world.
Last year, travel restrictions were eased by President Obama including the announcement of regular flights between the U.S. and Cuba for the first time in more than 50 years, with low-cost U.S. carrier JetBlue. Silver Airways and American Airlines are expected to also start their own routes.
In December, Dallas-based carrier Southwest Airlines launched its inaugural flight from Tampa to Havana, with 156 passengers.
In Europe, Austrian Airlines and Russia’s Azur Air started weekly flights to Cuba and Virgin Atlantic added a weekly London to Havana connection. French carriers, Xl Airways and Air Caraibes have also added Cuban flights. The ministry said that more than 165,000 French tourists arrived to the island in 2016.
According to figures released by the Cuba’s National Office of Statistics and Information in November, Tourist revenue in Cuba had reached over $US1.2 billion in the first half of 2016 alone.
Tourism was initially restricted to enclave resorts where tourists would be segregated from Cuban society, referred to as “enclave tourism” and “tourism apartheid”. Contacts between foreign visitors and ordinary Cubans were de facto illegal between 1992 and 1997. The rapid growth of tourism during the Special Period had widespread social and economic repercussions in Cuba, and led to speculation about the emergence of a two-tier economy.
Cuba has tripled its market share of Caribbean tourism in the last decade; as a result of significant investment in tourism infrastructure, this growth rate is predicted to continue. 1.9 million tourists visited Cuba in 2003, predominantly from Canada and the European Union, generating revenue of US$2.1 billion. Cuba recorded 2,688,000 international tourists in 2011, the third-highest figure in the Caribbean (behind the Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico).
The medical tourism sector caters to thousands of European, Latin American, Canadian, and American consumers every year.
Allegations of widespread sex tourism are downplayed by the Cuban Justice minister. According to a Government of Canada travel advice website, “Cuba is actively working to prevent child sex tourism, and a number of tourists, including Canadians, have been convicted of offences related to the corruption of minors aged 16 and under. Prison sentences range from 7 to 25 years.”

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Tourism Report
 
Socialist Cuba’s tourism industry grew more than expected in 2016, with over 4 million international tourists visiting the socialist country last year and this year, and even more expected to visit as the country becomes more accessible due to greater numbers of international flights.
Cuba outperformed its original goal of 3.8 million international tourists by 6 percent and in 2017 is expecting to receive more than 4.1 million people, the country’s Ministry of Tourism said.
North America and Europe were Cuba’s biggest markets for tourism, where the numbers of visitors increased by 13 percent from 2015 levels. While U.S. citizens are technically prohibited from traveling to the nation because of the ongoing blockade, increasing numbers are flocking to the island.
Cuba’s increasing tourism sector has been facilitated through the country’s National Development Plan for 2030 as well as an increasing number of new and established flights to the island from around the world.
Last year, travel restrictions were eased by President Obama including the announcement of regular flights between the U.S. and Cuba for the first time in more than 50 years, with low-cost U.S. carrier JetBlue. Silver Airways and American Airlines are expected to also start their own routes.
In December, Dallas-based carrier Southwest Airlines launched its inaugural flight from Tampa to Havana, with 156 passengers.
In Europe, Austrian Airlines and Russia’s Azur Air started weekly flights to Cuba and Virgin Atlantic added a weekly London to Havana connection. French carriers, Xl Airways and Air Caraibes have also added Cuban flights. The ministry said that more than 165,000 French tourists arrived to the island in 2016.
According to figures released by the Cuba’s National Office of Statistics and Information in November, Tourist revenue in Cuba had reached over $US1.2 billion in the first half of 2016 alone.
Tourism was initially restricted to enclave resorts where tourists would be segregated from Cuban society, referred to as “enclave tourism” and “tourism apartheid”. Contacts between foreign visitors and ordinary Cubans were de facto illegal between 1992 and 1997. The rapid growth of tourism during the Special Period had widespread social and economic repercussions in Cuba, and led to speculation about the emergence of a two-tier economy.
Cuba has tripled its market share of Caribbean tourism in the last decade; as a result of significant investment in tourism infrastructure, this growth rate is predicted to continue. 1.9 million tourists visited Cuba in 2003, predominantly from Canada and the European Union, generating revenue of US$2.1 billion. Cuba recorded 2,688,000 international tourists in 2011, the third-highest figure in the Caribbean (behind the Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico).
The medical tourism sector caters to thousands of European, Latin American, Canadian, and American consumers every year.
Allegations of widespread sex tourism are downplayed by the Cuban Justice minister. According to a Government of Canada travel advice website, “Cuba is actively working to prevent child sex tourism, and a number of tourists, including Canadians, have been convicted of offences related to the corruption of minors aged 16 and under. Prison sentences range from 7 to 25 years.”

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Tourists feared dead in Italian hotel avalanche

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Up to 30 people are feared dead after an Italian hotel popular with British tourists was covered by an avalanche following an earthquake on Wednesday.
The avalanche hit just hours after the mountainous region of Central Italy was hit by a 
moderately powerful magnitude 5.4 earthquake – followed by a 4.7 aftershock overnight.
The snowslide covered cars, farm animals and part of Hotel Rigopiano in Abruzzo, east of Rome, as it violently surged down a mountainside on.
Local media are reporting that up to 30 people could be dead in the hotel, although this remains unconfirmed.
Around 20 guests were staying in the hotel at the time, with a number of staff inside as well.
Governor of Pescara, Antonio Di Marco, said on Facebook: “Unfortunately, a terrible tragedy happened, it seems that there may be some fatalities, but this has yet to be confirmed.”
Many people feared dead in Italian hotel hit by avalanche after quake in Abruzzo region
The hotel’s phone lines went dead and there is no mobile phone signal for loved ones to make contact
Emergency crews have been desperately trying to get to victims but have been hampered by a snow storm.
Phones at the exclusive venue are also completely dead and frantic relatives have been unable to get through to guests mobile phones.
On its website, Italian news agency Ansa quoted the head of a rescue squad that reached the hotel as saying: “There are many dead.”
The National Mountain Rescue Corps said last night could take them hours to get to the victims due to the treacherous conditions.
The road to the nearest town has been covered in a two-metre high blanket of snow.
Mr Di Marco added: “There seem to be victims, but it all needs to be confirmed.
“According to these first witnesses, at least three people were overwhelmed by snow and other material transported by the avalanche.
“Mountain rescue is intervening with four teams from Abruzzo and the neighboring region.
It comes just months after Italy was rocked by a series of even more powerful earthquakes, which caused widespread destruction in the north of the country and claimed hundreds of lives.
At least 120 people were killed - including a baby girl - and 81 wounded after an “apocalyptic” earthquake destroyed medieval towns and villages in August.
in addition to the quakes, the country has been pounded by heavy snowfall and rain.
The Civil Protection department in the Marche region announced an alarm for possible avalanches. There are also concerns that a river in Pescara might soon burst its banks. Some 100,000 people have been left without electricity in the region of Abruzzo after heavy snowfalls.

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Up to 30 people are feared dead after an Italian hotel popular with British tourists was covered by an avalanche following an earthquake on Wednesday.
The avalanche hit just hours after the mountainous region of Central Italy was hit by a 
moderately powerful magnitude 5.4 earthquake – followed by a 4.7 aftershock overnight.
The snowslide covered cars, farm animals and part of Hotel Rigopiano in Abruzzo, east of Rome, as it violently surged down a mountainside on.
Local media are reporting that up to 30 people could be dead in the hotel, although this remains unconfirmed.
Around 20 guests were staying in the hotel at the time, with a number of staff inside as well.
Governor of Pescara, Antonio Di Marco, said on Facebook: “Unfortunately, a terrible tragedy happened, it seems that there may be some fatalities, but this has yet to be confirmed.”
Many people feared dead in Italian hotel hit by avalanche after quake in Abruzzo region
The hotel’s phone lines went dead and there is no mobile phone signal for loved ones to make contact
Emergency crews have been desperately trying to get to victims but have been hampered by a snow storm.
Phones at the exclusive venue are also completely dead and frantic relatives have been unable to get through to guests mobile phones.
On its website, Italian news agency Ansa quoted the head of a rescue squad that reached the hotel as saying: “There are many dead.”
The National Mountain Rescue Corps said last night could take them hours to get to the victims due to the treacherous conditions.
The road to the nearest town has been covered in a two-metre high blanket of snow.
Mr Di Marco added: “There seem to be victims, but it all needs to be confirmed.
“According to these first witnesses, at least three people were overwhelmed by snow and other material transported by the avalanche.
“Mountain rescue is intervening with four teams from Abruzzo and the neighboring region.
It comes just months after Italy was rocked by a series of even more powerful earthquakes, which caused widespread destruction in the north of the country and claimed hundreds of lives.
At least 120 people were killed - including a baby girl - and 81 wounded after an “apocalyptic” earthquake destroyed medieval towns and villages in August.
in addition to the quakes, the country has been pounded by heavy snowfall and rain.
The Civil Protection department in the Marche region announced an alarm for possible avalanches. There are also concerns that a river in Pescara might soon burst its banks. Some 100,000 people have been left without electricity in the region of Abruzzo after heavy snowfalls.

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China expects a tourist boom during New Year Celebration

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The Chinese New Year celebrations are approaching and this years’ joyful time is set to become a record breaking festival. Major jumps in both domestic and outbound travel are expected during the week-long holidays starting on January 27th.
The Chinese are expected to make a total of 2.98 billion trips nationwide from January 13th to February 21st. This would represent an increase of 2.2 % year on year during the annual travel peak, known in China as chunyun. China authorities estimate that 12% of these trips will be made by railway, 84.6% by road, 1.4% by water and 2% by air, according to a report of the Ministry of Transport. The amount of passengers traveling by train and plane will increase by about 10 % compared to last year.
Besides that, Chinese travel enthusiasts are expected to take 8.4 million carpool trips during the Spring Festival, while more than 1.9 million hitch rides are predicted, according a forecast from Chinese firm Didi. The peaks are predicted to be on January 25th, three days before the first day of the Chinese New Year and on February 2nd, the last day of the national holidays.
The most popular routes before the festival are those from big cities to suburban areas. On the other hand, after the festival the migration pattern will reverse from smaller or medium cities to the metropolitan centers.
 
Chinese Travel to Europe
When it comes to outbound travel, East Asian countries are the hot spot for Chinese tourists, while Europe is making a comeback, based on a study conducted by ForwardKeys.
Overall, the Chinese New Year flight bookings are up nearly 10% compared to last year. East Asia represents more than half of the trips, while Europe only 11%. However, after security concerns last year, Europe is coming back to the spotlight in China, with a 68.5% increase compared to the Spring Festival in 2016.
Other than Europe, Latin America has also seen a rise in popularity with a 62.9% jump year on year. Africa and the Middle East are following a similar pattern, registering a 67.1% increase amid safety concerns. The USA and Canada have seen a 3.3% increase in flight bookings, representing 10% of Chinese travel abroad.
The most popular destinations for Chinese tourists are Thailand, Japan and Taiwan. European countries have meanwhile registered a big jump in popularity. Spain is the trendiest 2017 destination, with 88.7% increase compared to last year. The UK is also becoming much more popular among the Chinese, resulting in 87.7% rise.
In Europe, Southern Europe is the most popular region, accounting for 34% of all the trips. However, Northern and Central/Eastern Europe are experiencing a big boom compared to last year, with increases of 100% and 101% respectively. The top 5 European destinations are Spain, the UK, Italy, Germany, and France.
When it comes to the Chinese travel peak, it is similar to the pattern in domestic travel. January 26th is the day with the most departures. The average length of stay at various destinations is 8 days, while most international travelers are unsurprisingly from China’s biggest cities Shanghai, Beijing and Guangzhou.

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The Chinese New Year celebrations are approaching and this years’ joyful time is set to become a record breaking festival. Major jumps in both domestic and outbound travel are expected during the week-long holidays starting on January 27th.
The Chinese are expected to make a total of 2.98 billion trips nationwide from January 13th to February 21st. This would represent an increase of 2.2 % year on year during the annual travel peak, known in China as chunyun. China authorities estimate that 12% of these trips will be made by railway, 84.6% by road, 1.4% by water and 2% by air, according to a report of the Ministry of Transport. The amount of passengers traveling by train and plane will increase by about 10 % compared to last year.
Besides that, Chinese travel enthusiasts are expected to take 8.4 million carpool trips during the Spring Festival, while more than 1.9 million hitch rides are predicted, according a forecast from Chinese firm Didi. The peaks are predicted to be on January 25th, three days before the first day of the Chinese New Year and on February 2nd, the last day of the national holidays.
The most popular routes before the festival are those from big cities to suburban areas. On the other hand, after the festival the migration pattern will reverse from smaller or medium cities to the metropolitan centers.
 
Chinese Travel to Europe
When it comes to outbound travel, East Asian countries are the hot spot for Chinese tourists, while Europe is making a comeback, based on a study conducted by ForwardKeys.
Overall, the Chinese New Year flight bookings are up nearly 10% compared to last year. East Asia represents more than half of the trips, while Europe only 11%. However, after security concerns last year, Europe is coming back to the spotlight in China, with a 68.5% increase compared to the Spring Festival in 2016.
Other than Europe, Latin America has also seen a rise in popularity with a 62.9% jump year on year. Africa and the Middle East are following a similar pattern, registering a 67.1% increase amid safety concerns. The USA and Canada have seen a 3.3% increase in flight bookings, representing 10% of Chinese travel abroad.
The most popular destinations for Chinese tourists are Thailand, Japan and Taiwan. European countries have meanwhile registered a big jump in popularity. Spain is the trendiest 2017 destination, with 88.7% increase compared to last year. The UK is also becoming much more popular among the Chinese, resulting in 87.7% rise.
In Europe, Southern Europe is the most popular region, accounting for 34% of all the trips. However, Northern and Central/Eastern Europe are experiencing a big boom compared to last year, with increases of 100% and 101% respectively. The top 5 European destinations are Spain, the UK, Italy, Germany, and France.
When it comes to the Chinese travel peak, it is similar to the pattern in domestic travel. January 26th is the day with the most departures. The average length of stay at various destinations is 8 days, while most international travelers are unsurprisingly from China’s biggest cities Shanghai, Beijing and Guangzhou.

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Emirates signs corporate deal with Rotary

Airline’s first ever corporate deal with a service organisation in Bangladesh

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Ismail Bhuiyan, Emirates Sales Manager in Bangladesh and Rtn. Mohammad Ayub, Governor, Rotary International District 3281 signing a corporate deal in Dhaka recently. Emirates offers special discount on airfare to Rotary Club members and their families. 
Emirates airline has announced special privileges for the Rotarians of Bangladesh. Rotarians and their family members will enjoy special discounted fares while traveling with Emirates to various destinations of the airline’s global network. 
An agreement was signed to this effect by Ismail Bhuiyan, Emirates Sales Manager in Bangladesh and Rtn. Mohammad Ayub, Governor, Rotary International District 3281 in Dhaka recently.
“In Emirates, we are aware that we have a responsibility to the communities we serve around the globe. Emirates has recently celebrated 30 years of successful operations to Bangladesh and we are happy to bring a special offer to the esteemed Rotarians of the country, who have been relentlessly serving the local community over the years,” said Ismail Bhuiyan, after signing the corporate agreement. “I sincerely hope that Rotarians will avail the opportunity to enjoy the Emirates’ award-winning services on board and on the ground.” 
Thanking Emirates for the special offer Mohammad Ayub said, “We are happy to be associated with a global brand like Emirates. We are certain that our members will enjoy the well-known Emirates’ hospitality. We also look forward to implementing a few community service projects in Bangladesh jointly with Emirates in near future.” 
Members of Rotary clubs in Bangladesh along with their family members are entitled to enjoy this special offer, which will remain valid until December 31, 2017. For booking or any inquiry, Rotarians may contact the Emirates offices in Dhaka, Chittagong and Sylhet or, Emirates’ nominated travel agencies for the offer- Airspan Ltd., Discovery Tours & Logistics and Pan Bright Travels in Dhaka or, visit- www.emirates.com/bd. 
Rotary International is the biggest international service organisation which brings together the business and professional leaders of the society. There are over 10,000 Rotarians under 317 clubs all over Bangladesh.

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Ismail Bhuiyan, Emirates Sales Manager in Bangladesh and Rtn. Mohammad Ayub, Governor, Rotary International District 3281 signing a corporate deal in Dhaka recently. Emirates offers special discount on airfare to Rotary Club members and their families. 
Emirates airline has announced special privileges for the Rotarians of Bangladesh. Rotarians and their family members will enjoy special discounted fares while traveling with Emirates to various destinations of the airline’s global network. 
An agreement was signed to this effect by Ismail Bhuiyan, Emirates Sales Manager in Bangladesh and Rtn. Mohammad Ayub, Governor, Rotary International District 3281 in Dhaka recently.
“In Emirates, we are aware that we have a responsibility to the communities we serve around the globe. Emirates has recently celebrated 30 years of successful operations to Bangladesh and we are happy to bring a special offer to the esteemed Rotarians of the country, who have been relentlessly serving the local community over the years,” said Ismail Bhuiyan, after signing the corporate agreement. “I sincerely hope that Rotarians will avail the opportunity to enjoy the Emirates’ award-winning services on board and on the ground.” 
Thanking Emirates for the special offer Mohammad Ayub said, “We are happy to be associated with a global brand like Emirates. We are certain that our members will enjoy the well-known Emirates’ hospitality. We also look forward to implementing a few community service projects in Bangladesh jointly with Emirates in near future.” 
Members of Rotary clubs in Bangladesh along with their family members are entitled to enjoy this special offer, which will remain valid until December 31, 2017. For booking or any inquiry, Rotarians may contact the Emirates offices in Dhaka, Chittagong and Sylhet or, Emirates’ nominated travel agencies for the offer- Airspan Ltd., Discovery Tours & Logistics and Pan Bright Travels in Dhaka or, visit- www.emirates.com/bd. 
Rotary International is the biggest international service organisation which brings together the business and professional leaders of the society. There are over 10,000 Rotarians under 317 clubs all over Bangladesh.

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