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TAG LAUNCHES NEW APP


TRAVEL AND EVENT MANAGEMENT COMPANY TAG has launched its latest app, TAGgo. The platform is an updated version of the company’s previous TAG Touring app, which was launched in 2015 for music, media and entertainment customers. It enables tour and production managers to visualise their bookings in real-time, including flight itineraries, hotel rooming lists and budgets, among other features. New features include a calendar dashboard to assist with tracking upcoming tour or production activities, such as hotel bookings, flights, or meet and greets. This can be viewed on a weekly, monthly, or yearly basis to allow users to keep up to date with current and upcoming bookings. Users can also customise their profiles


by choosing their preferred time zone and currency. TAGgo is now available via weblink, providing access to Android and iPhone users. It can also be accessed via iPad and desktop.


Fattal acquires four Grange Hotels leases


THE FATTAL HOTEL GROUP has acquired the long-term lease on four Grange hotels in London, marking the company’s entry into the capital. The deal includes 1,300 guest rooms at the


Grange Tower Bridge, Grange St Paul’s, Grange City and the Grange Holborn. Fattal announced that following a “significant”


investment, the properties would undergo major refurbishments as the group “continues to pursue a strategy to drive superior performance and growth”. The new hotels will be operated by Jurys Inn


& Leonardo Hotels UK and Ireland, with the Tower Bridge St Paul’s and City properties to be rebranded to the Leonardo Royal portfolio. Meanwhile, the Holborn hotel will become Fattal’s first Nyx Hotel by Leonardo Hotels in the UK.


AUSTRIAN AIRLINES TURNS PLASTIC CUPS INTO CRUDE


AUSTRIAN AIRLINES has teamed up with oil and gas company OMV to turn the single-use plastic drinking cups used onboard its aircraft into synthetic crude. The programme has been under way since January, with flight attendants


separating plastic cups from other waste since the end of 2018. A disposal company collects the cups


to clean and shred them then delivers the plastic to OMV’s ReOil pilot plant at the Schwechat Refinery in Austria. The plastic


is then turned into synthetic crude through a process called thermal cracking. Crude produced by this process is then


turned into fuel or other raw materials for the plastics industry. n Polluted cities in the spotlight, p34


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