NOVEMBER 6, 2000 VOL. 156 NO. 18
FLAIR Dragonair is introducing new-look uniforms this month that would
make Austin Powers gag with envy. A definite fashion step forward from
the red "power" blazers they replace, the new outfits feature dark suits
with red pinstripes, created by Hong Kong designer William Tang. While
the stripes are bold, the most intriguing part of the collection is the
maroon-and-scarlet argyle apron for food service. Best not to look too
closely on a full stomach.
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MUNICH DIRECT Lufthansa says it will fly direct from Hong Kong
to Munich three times a week: Wednesday, Friday and Sunday. The long-range
Airbus will leave Hong Kong in late evening and arrive in Germany early
in the morning. The flights start on March 25, 2001.
BROKEN SPOKE British Airways has ended flights to Kuala Lumpur
International Airport. The decision hurts KLIA's hopes of becoming a regional
hub. Three years after its opening, the $2.6 billion airport has attracted
only 33 airlines, compared with almost 60 for Changi.
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