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TRAVEL: Airport Aims For 20-Year Master Plan
McClellan-Palomar Airport in Carlsbad recently saw the permanent departure of United Express, but is now awaiting the June arrival of a relatively new carrier known as BizAir Shuttle, which plans to provide regional charter service to Los Angeles.
Some of the business events planned in the county for the week of May 11, 2015, and beyond.
The San Diego Gulls, the minor league hockey team affiliated with the Anaheim Ducks, is one step closer to its fall debut as local label Pacific Records on Wednesday said it would create the team’s official anthem.
Tom Voss has been named as president of Manchester Hospitality Group, a subsidiary of San Diego-based Manchester Financial Group.
Private air charter Schubach Aviation is the newest sponsor of the San Diego Aviators, the city’s professional, coed tennis team, the Carlsbad-based company said Tuesday.
A bill that would legalize Internet poker in California passed a state Assembly committee by a 20-0 vote April 27.
TOURISM: Facility Will Be Operated By Tour Company
A new waterfront San Diego Visitor Information Center, being operated by locally based Old Town Trolley Tours, recently held its grand opening. The center is at 996 N. Harbor Drive in downtown San Diego.
Some of the business events planned in the county for the week of May 4, 2015, and beyond.
The Rincon Band of Luiseño Indians said in early April that it will pay local government $9.5 million for road improvements. The move follows completion of the $160 million expansion of Harrah’s Resort Southern California, on the Rincon reservation near Valley Center, in 2014.
Strategic Hotels & Resorts Inc. is selling the 417-room Hyatt Regency La Jolla for $118 million, the Chicago-based company announced.
An April 30 grand opening is planned for a new waterfront San Diego Visitor Information Center, being operated by locally based Old Trolley Tours. The center is at 996 N. Harbor Drive in downtown San Diego.
TOURISM: From Linens To Landscaping, Cuts Made
Even if they’re not from California, guests at properties such as San Diego’s The US Grant hotel are increasingly willing to sacrifice in response to the state’s prolonged and severe drought, even if it just means forgoing fresh towels for a few days.
TRAVEL: New Terminal Part Of Broader Binational Approach
San Diego and Tijuana tourism leaders are aiming to boost visitor counts to the combined region, capitalizing on a soon-to-be completed cross-border terminal that could open up new opportunities to greet international travelers.
SPORTS: Firms Have Expertise Needed For Funding Proposal
The city of San Diego has hired investment banker Citigroup Inc. and law firm Nixon Peabody LLP to help local officials develop financing options for a potential new San Diego Chargers stadium.
Some of the business events planned in the county for the week of April 27, 2015, and beyond.