Written by GBN STAFF
Monday, September 19, 2011
GUAM – From performance reports of publicly traded corporations to the latest happenings at local upstarts and every size company in between, Guam Buildup News presents a weekly roundup of notable news for the island's business community.
Fly Guam will take a second plane under its wing on Sept. 26, a Boeing 737-400. The new airplane, with 12 business class seats and 132 in economy class, will serve as both a backup plane and for additional flights.
Fly Guam operates flights to Saipan, Palau, Nagoya and Taipei, and plans to begin flights to Clark airport in the Philippines, according to a company statement.
JP Superstore, retail fashion apparel and accessories group, had a ribbon cutting ceremony on Sept. 10 for the JP Xtreme and JP Edge stores at Micronesia Mall. JP Edge and JP Xtreme underwent renovation and expansion to accommodate more merchandise and brands, the company said.
The Zen Ultra Lounge, a bar and lounge atop the Royal Orchid Hotel in Tumon, had its grand opening on Sept. 16. Overlooking Tumon Bay and island landmarks like Two Lovers Point, the venue features a Zen garden, waterfall and koi pond. It is open to the public Monday through Saturday from 5:00 p.m. until 2:00 a.m., offering a variety of wines, spirits and specialty cocktails and can be booked for private parties and events.
Image used in this article courtesy Simon Howden / FreeDigitalPhotos.net
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- 20/09/2011 18:05 - Adaptable Marine Corps Thinking May Be Key to Preserving Guam Buildup
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- 16/09/2011 19:37 - U.S. Senators Raise Urgency for Pentagon’s Defense Budget Review; Guam Military Buildup in the Mix
- 15/09/2011 08:56 - U.S. Senate Appropriations Panel Approves Military 2012 Budget with $33 Million for Guam Civilian Infrastructure Projects; $155 Million for Military Construction Still in Question
- 14/09/2011 18:16 - Navy Awards Guam Company Contract for Re-Forestation, Landscape Maintenance and Tree Planting at U.S. Naval Magazine
- 14/09/2011 18:02 - Navy to Lease Out 49 Acres of Industrial Real Property at Old Naval Ship Repair Facility in Guam
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