HTZ’s Instagram achieved more than a million #CroatiaFullOfLife tags

first_imgThe Instagram account of the Croatian National Tourist Board has recently received more than a million #CroatiaFullOfLife tags. This label is well accepted in key emitting markets, but also among many fans of all ages. On the occasion of the announcement of the millionth label, the Croatian National Tourist Board has prepared special gift packages for loyal fans, so the expert jury, with the help of the votes of the fans themselves, will choose the most beautiful weekly themed photo under the given labels, ie defined categories. Among the defined categories and labels within which gift packages will be awarded is #CroatiaFullOfBeaches through which the most beautiful photo of the Croatian beach will be chosen, while a label has been created to select the most beautiful photo of nature #CroatiaFullOfNature. By tag #CroatiaFullOfSunsets the most beautiful photo of the sunset will be chosen, while the tag will be taken #CroatiaFullOfFlavours choose the most beautiful photo of the top Croatian gastronomic offer. These are just some of the categories through which foreign and domestic tourists will have the opportunity to show their most beautiful photos of Croatian beaches, cities, attractions and experiences. “We are especially pleased with the constant growth in the number of fans on the social network Instagram, which has turned into one of the most important promotional channels. Currently, we are followed by more than 260 thousand fans on this social network, and the number is increasing every day, which is confirmed by the extremely large number of interactions that our posts and photos have. Numerous compliments that we received for working on social networks are a great motivation for us in the implementation of further activities” said CNTB director Kristjan Staničić, inviting fans to use Instagram GIF #CroatiaFullOfLife author Ivan Bošnjak.Promotion of Slavonia on social networksIn the context of numerous promotional activities carried out by the Croatian National Tourist Board on social networks, the realization of the second part of the project “Visit Slavonia, Share Slavonia“, In which Slavonian destinations are visited by popular bloggers and influencers from key emitting markets. We remind you that the first part of the project was successfully implemented in July when the program included destinations such as Osijek, Đakovo, Vinkovci and Vukovar. Slavonia was then visited by 10 bloggers and influencers from the markets of Germany, Poland, the UK, Sweden, Belgium, the Netherlands and Japan, and promotional posts about Slavonia were seen by about a million people on a daily basis alone./ / / TEN WORLD FAMOUS BLOGGERS AND INFLUENCERS ARE COMING TO SLAVONIA, WHICH WILL FOLLOW MORE THAN A MILLION FANS DAILYThe travel and stay of bloggers in Slavonia will be broadcast live on CNTB social networks, and the additional promotional significance of the project lies in the fact that all bloggers, in addition to travel topics, specialize in other topics such as eno-gastronomy, culture or fashion.last_img read more

COVID-19: GMF expects spike in maintenance orders from flight bans

first_imgNotable carriers such as American Airlines, Air France and Qatar Airways have temporarily halted all flights to China in response to the coronavirus outbreak. Several countries, including the United Arab Emirates and Indonesia, have also temporarily suspended all flights to mainland China to prevent the furteher spread of the virus.Read also: Airlines face $100 billion-plus virus hit, discounts ‘wouldn’t do any good’ He added that the increased demand for maintenance from non-affiliates could offset the expected decline in orders from affiliate airlines as well as flag carrier Garuda Indonesia and its low-cost subsidiary Citilink Indonesia, “since both airlines have reduced their flights to China and Saudi Arabia for umrah [pilgrimage]”.This, in turn, could lead to postponements in Garuda’s and Citilink’s regular maintenance schedules, he said.With the expected increase in orders from international airlines, GMF AeroAsia would be heightening its prevention measures by disinfecting every aircraft that rolled into its maintenance hangars.Tazar said that the company had disinfected 19 Garuda aircraft and 13 Citililink aircraft from January to March, as well as 18 aircraft from international carriers during the same period.Read also: COVID-19: Indonesia still allows flights to and from South Korea amid travel banDespite the spike in maintenance orders, Tazar said that GMF AeroAsia would accommodate new orders according to capacity.The company plans to open a new MRO facility this year in Denpasar, Bali, bringing its total to 25 outstations.Tazar added that GMF AeroAsia would maintain its revenue and profit projections for the year, with revenue projected to grow 5 percent and profit 10 percent on the back of planned efficiency measures.GMF AeroAsia was also allocating US$50 million in capital expenditure for 2020, with most of the fund to be used toward both organic and inorganic business growth.Stocks of the company, traded at the Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX) with the code GMFI, plummeted by 11.58 percent on Friday against the Jakarta Composite Index’s loss of 2.4 percent. The stocks have lost more than 51 percent of its value throughout this year.Topics : The suspension has left some airlines unable to land in China for scheduled maintenance, prompting them to seek new alternatives for servicing their aircraft.GMF AeroAsia had so far received three orders for maintenance services from international airlines that were not on the company’s roster this year, Tazar said.center_img PT Garuda Maintenance Facilities (GMF) AeroAsia expects to see increasing demand for maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) services from non-affiliated international airlines as a result of diverted flights due to the COVID-19 outbreak.President director Tazar Marta Kurniawan said on Friday that GMF AeroAsia projected a year-on-year increase of 80 percent in the contribution of non-affiliated international airlines for its MRO services, from 71 percent in 2019.“We might receive more orders for MRO services from international airlines, since those who were scheduled to have maintenance in China, for example, would be diverted to us because of the coronavirus outbreak,” Tazar told a press briefing in Tangerang, Banten.last_img read more

Desire to play at out-half behind Hanrahan’s move

first_img“I’m an extremely driven person and that’s the only thing that’s driving me – where can I best develop myself and become the best player that I can be.”According to Hanrahan, the decision to make the move was difficult. He said: “You’re Munster growing up, you want to be there and you see a big future.“Obviously your dream is to play for Munster but when you make a decision you make it on the basis of what’s best for your career going forward.”He added: “There’s a lot of unknowns in life, and this is the next step, it’s the next progression in my career.” In an interview with munsterrugby.ie, the former Rockwell College student said while it was hard to make the decision to leave he feels it was the right career move. Despite reports Hanrahan’s Saints’ contract is worth a lucrative €200,000 a year, the Ireland Under-20 international said his decision was solely based on his rugby ambitions.He said: “This has been a 100% rugby decision, that’s all it’s ever been based on. I’ve huge ambitions for my career, huge ambitions for Ireland.last_img read more