Journal directory errors corrected

first_img Journal directory errors corrected A number of corrections to the 2005 Bar Journal directory have been noted to the editorial staff. To set the record straight: Jerry Zaslow ’s correct address is100 N. 17th St., 15th Floor, Philadelphia, PA 19103 (p. 592). William C. Ballard ’s correct e-mail address is [email protected] His fax number is (727) 822-1633 (p. 57). Stuart H. Altman ’s correct phone number is (305) 789-9200. His fax number is (305) 789-9201 (p. 43). H. Hamilton Rice, Jr. ’s correct phone number is (941) 748-7076 (p. 450). Emil Peter Iaconis ’ phone number is (954) 785-1790 (p. 274). James D. McDonald ’s correct fax number is (941) 492-9304 (p. 363). Journal directory errors corrected February 1, 2006 Regular Newslast_img read more

Lošinj and Susak get a boat connection with Trieste

first_imgAs part of the European project MOSES, which refers to the maritime and multimodal connection of the North Adriatic, Lošinj and Susak will receive a ferry line with Trieste.The Friuli Venezia Giulia region is the leading partner in this project, and in addition to the Primorje-Gorski Kotar County, the Istria County and the Italian Molise region are also participating. ”Within its part of the project tasks, PGC will coordinate the Pilot activities on the establishment of new maritime connections on the line between the port of Trieste, the port of Istria and the ports of Mali Lošinj and Susak. For this purpose, the rehabilitation of the operational pier and the construction of the coastal wall in the port of Susak will be carried out, and the plan is to start the line for this tourist season in the experimental phase, so to check interest in using this new boat connection from Trieste. PGC is primarily interested in this project due to the development of tourism through better maritime connections, and in addition we will receive funds for the reconstruction of port infrastructure on the island of Susak”, Said the Deputy Prefect of Primorje-Gorski Kotar County, Marina Medarić.The aim of the project is to improve maritime and multimodal transport services between Italy and Croatia in order to establish better and sustainable cross-border connections. The total value of the entire project is 1.175.085,00 euros, while the total budget of the Primorje-Gorski Kotar County is 312.850,00 euros.last_img read more

Rijeka will again have a direct connection with Munich, Russian Aeroflot will connect Split and Moscow

first_imgRussian Aeroflot has announced the launch of its seasonal line between Moscow and Split. From August 01st the direct line is reintroduced Moscow – Split which will be in circulation on a daily basis, an A321 aircraft with a capacity of 183 seats in the fleet of this airline. As before, the aircraft will first operate the flight Split – Munich, then the line Munich – Rijeka – Munich, and then the return flight Munich – Split. The flight schedule remained the same, with the morning departure from Munich to Rijeka, while the return flight to Munich was scheduled shortly after noon from Rijeka Airport. There are currently no announcements about the start of traffic on the line Moscow – Zagreb. However, Croatia Airlines will launch a direct line between Munich and Rijeka, while Russia’s Aeroflot will connect Split and Moscow, Croatian Aviation reports. Aeroflot announces a line to Split Line Munich – Rijeka will circulate 2 times a week, every Thursday and Sunday, by DashQ400 aircraft, from August 06 to September 27 this year. Source: Croatian Aviationlast_img read more