Almost 250000 gone from BPL staff being investigated

first_imgFacebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppBahamas, May 22, 2017 – Nassau – Another public corporation and another report of missing money has forced Police to step in and this time it is at the power company.    At least two Bahamas Power and Light employees from the Accounts Department are being held and are being questioned related to a reported over $200,000 in missing funds.  The pair was late last week suspended. BPL says its Bills & Technical Unit is also involved in the investigation to find who is behind the theft.  It is expected that even more staff of BP&L will be hauled in for questioning as the investigation continues. #MagneticMediaNews#BPLstaffbeinginvestigated#thousandsofdollarsmissingfromBPL Related Items:#BPLstaffbeinginvestigated, #magneticmedianews, #thousandsofdollarsmissingfromBPL Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApplast_img read more

Take the Malta Specialist Program now on the Learning Centre

first_img TORONTO — The Malta Specialist Program is now available on Travelweek’s Learning Centre, giving agents the chance to learn about key selling points of the destination’s three islands (Malta, Gozo and Comino), as well as enter a contest for a chance to win a Stephen Cordina gift hamper.“This program provides a thorough overview of the possibilities that exist for customers. Having this designation signals credibility when talking about Malta,” says Damon Allan, Operations Manager of Maxima Tours. “It also gets agents excited to sell a destination that is relatively new, outside of being on a Mediterranean cruise itinerary as a shore excursion.”By taking this course, agents will learn about Malta’s 7,000 years of history, which is best exemplified in its ancient towns and archaeological sites. They’ll also learn about the local climate, scenery and beaches, plus all available activities like diving, hiking, snorkelling, rock climbing, sailing, golf and more.In addition, the program highlights why Malta is a destination for families, weddings and honeymoons. There is a wide range of accommodation, dining and nightlight on the island, all of which will help agents book the perfect holiday for their clients.More news:  AMResorts has a new Sr. Dir. of Cdn. Sales & Consortia Rel’ns“Malta is very safe, has English as one of the official languages, fabulous weather year-round and enough to keep fill the cup of any cultural enthusiast,” continues Allan. “So whether it is our rich history and culture, our food, adventure opportunities or our festive calendar, Malta is guaranteed not to disappoint!”Allan works for Maxima Tours, which targets niche markets such as retirement or active living communities and bank travel clubs, and presents newer destinations such as the Maltese Islands. Currently, Maxima has the best Malta itinerary for the cultural enthusiast and for those who like travelling in small groups with a personal, non-tourist feel.“Since our mother was born in Malta and we are both nationals, it made perfect sense for us to introduce ‘our Malta’ to North Americans,” says Allen. “We really get excited with any new destination that we offer.”Malta has traditionally been recognized as a sun and sand destination for Europeans, with little exposure of its significant treasures to the North American traveller. A big push to target North Americans is underway through a variety of efforts geared to engage the more cultured client.More news:  Kory Sterling is TL Network Canada’s new Sales Manager CanadaFeedback from agents suggests that their clients are loving the destination and Maxima Tours.“I just had my client at my desk and she spent a half hour telling me how wonderful your tour was, how well planned it was and what a great time she had. What most impressed her were the little surprises, the table prepared for them at the Canons with drinks and hors d’oeuvres, the special attention, all unexpected. In the countryside, the personal visits with locals were wonderful,” said Lynda Spinner, Manager AAA Northeast.To learn more about this destination, visit travelweeklearningcentre.com.Agents who complete the course by April 6 will be entered to win a luxurious Stephen Cordina gift hamper, which includes luxury essential oils and aromatherapy. Posted by Share Tuesday, January 30, 2018 Take the Malta Specialist Program now on the Learning Centrecenter_img Devin Kinasz Tags: Education, Malta, Travelweek Learning Centre << Previous PostNext Post >>last_img read more

Another six A320neo coming to Lufthansa Group fleet

first_img TOULOUSE – Lufthansa Group has finalized a previous order for six further Airbus A320neo, which will bring its total order for the A320neo to 122.In total, the Group has ordered 77 A320neo and 45 A321neo. In addition, it signed an order for three more A320ceo, bringing the Group’s A320ceo orders to 273.With a total of 395 A320 Family aircraft on order, the Lufthansa Group is also Airbus’ biggest A320 operator with nearly 400 A320 Family aircraft in service. Lufthansa was the launch operator of the A320neo.“We are delighted to see this additional order from our biggest A320 operator Lufthansa Group”, says Eric Schulz, Airbus Chief Commercial Officer. “Benefitting from the Airbus commonality and the A320 Family’s efficiency and environmental credentials such as reduced noise, lower fuel-burn and emissions, we are pleased the airline has decided to come back for more.”The A320neo Family incorporates the very latest technologies, delivering at least 15% fuel savings at delivery and 20% by 2020. With more than 6,000 orders received from 100 customers since its launch in 2010, the A320neo Family has captured some 60% share of the market. Thursday, May 31, 2018 Share Posted by Travelweek Group center_img Tags: Airbus, Lufthansa Group Another six A320neo coming to Lufthansa Group fleet << Previous PostNext Post >>last_img read more