22.03.2018/XNUMX/XNUMX – Thursday Gathering of participants, check-in at the hotel16:00 – 17:30 Meetings of working groups of UHPA specialists17:30 Opening of “UHPA Day 2018″17:30 – 19:00 Presentations of partners and members19:30 Welcome cocktail20:00 Dinner23.03.2018/XNUMX/XNUMX – Friday 09:30 – 11:00 UHPA Assembly (for regular UHPA members)11:30 – 13:00 Panel discussion on the topic: “Legislation in the business of travel agencies – what awaits us in 2018.”13:30 – 16:30 Lunch with a tour of the destination17:00 – 19:30 Working part Implementation of the new Law on Provision of Services in Tourism Impact of the General Regulation on Personal Data Protection (GDPR) on the operations of travel agencies Public call for joint advertising in public and private sector promotional campaigns (CNTB)20:30 Gala dinner24.03.2018/XNUMX/XNUMX – Saturday Breakfast, departure of participants* The organizer reserves the right to change the programRelated news:UHPA ON A WORKING VISIT TO POŽEGA-SLAVONIA COUNTYTOURIST OFFER OF CRIKVENICA RIVIERA PRESENTED TO TRAVEL AGENCIES The largest annual meeting of the UHPA Days, which brings together UHPA members and partners, will be held from 22 to 24 March 2018 in Crikvenica, UHPA’s domestic destination of the year 2017/2018. years.The meeting brings together more than 150 participants, representatives of travel agencies and representatives of the Ministry of Tourism, the Croatian Chamber of Commerce and the Croatian Tourist Board.The two-day program includes a series of interesting professional lectures and presentations, exchange of opinions and experiences and socializing with colleagues, meetings with representatives of business associations, tourism professionals and experts, entrepreneurs, government officials, media representatives and getting to know the tourist offer of the destination.UHPA Days 2019 in SlavoniaSupport for the initiative to hold Days of Croatian Tourism in Slavonia was initially given by the Association of Croatian Travel Agencies (UHPA) and in his personal name Tomislav Fain, President of UHPA, who points out that they support the initiative to hold Days of Croatian Tourism in Slavonia and announces that UHPA Days will be held in 2019 also in Slavonia. “I personally support the initiative to hold DHT in Slavonia, but the initiative is also supported by the Association of Croatian Travel Agencies. UHPA will certainly try to hold UHPA Days in Slavonia in the coming years, but as the location has already been chosen for next year, I can announce that UHPA Days 2019 will certainly be in Slavonia. We must all work together to expand the Croatian tourism product, and continental tourism certainly deserves it”Points out Tomislav Fain, President of UHPA.Preliminary program
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An American Airlines mechanic was arrested on Thursday and charged with sabotage, after he allegedly disabled a navigation system on a flight that had 150 people aboard and was about to take off from Miami International Airport earlier this summer.According to a criminal complaint affidavit filed in Miami federal court this week, Abdul-Majeed Marouf Ahmed Alani, who was a veteran employee of the airline, was upset about stalled union contract negotiations.The affidavit also states that none of the passengers or crew on the Nassau-bound flight were injured, because Alani’s tampering with the air data module triggered an error alert as the pilots were powering up the plane’s engines on July 17.As a result, flight 2834 was aborted and taken out of service for maintenance and inspection at American’s hangar at Miami International. That is when another mechanic discovered that a loosely connected tube in front of the nose gear and underneath the cockpit had been blocked with some type of hard foam material.The complaint states that Alani glued the foam inside the tube leading from outside the plane to its air data module, which is a system that reports aircraft speed and pitch, as well as other important flight data. If the plane had taken off, the pilots would have had to operate it manually due to lack of computer data.When he was arrested on Thursday, Alani told federal air marshals who are assigned to the FBI’s Joint Terrorism Task Force that “his intention was not to cause harm to the aircraft or its passengers.” Instead, he claimed that his motive was that he was “upset” about stalled contract negotiations between the mechanics’ union and American Airlines, and “the dispute had affected him financially.”The affidavit adds that he also told the air marshals he tampered with the air data module “in order to cause a delay or have the flight canceled in anticipation of obtaining overtime work.”Federal air marshals identified Alani in video footage that showed him approaching the plane, which had just arrived from Orlando. The footage also shows him accessing the aircraft’s compartment which houses the navigational system, and spending about seven minute tampering with it.Alani is now charged with “willfully damaging, destroying or disabling an aircraft.” His first appearance in Miami federal court is scheduled for Friday.
PixabayArea 51, the most secretive United States military installation, has been the hottest debating point among conspiracy theorists for years. Many people believe that the United States Air Force (USAF) is developing anti-gravity military vessels using alien technology in this site, and they outlandishly argue that extraterrestrials from deep space are helping military scientists in this mission. A few weeks back, Area 51 again became the talking topic of the country, as a Facebook event named ‘Storm Area 51, They Can’t Stop us All’ invited residents of the United States to raid the secret military base.As per the latest updates, more than 1.5 million people have expressed their interest to participate in the alien raid that will take place at 03.00 AM on September 20, 2019. Even though it started as a tongue-in-cheek program, the initiative has already grabbed the eyeballs of alien enthusiasts, and many people have adamantly started demanding that raiding the secretive military base is a necessity to disclose secrets about alien life.In the meantime, the United States Air Force has warned people against participating in this internet joke. The USAF has already issued a warning stating that any illegal entry in the area is highly discouraged. They also made it clear that this secretive site located in Nevada desert is used for advanced training in support of US national interests.As rumours surrounding a possible Area 51 raid thrive, creator of the Facebook event, Matty Roberts, has openly come forward and has revealed that the joke is slowly getting out of hands.”I posted it on like June 27th and it was kind of a joke. And then it waited for like three days, like 40 people, and then it just completely took off, out of nowhere. It’s pretty wild. The FBI is going to show up at my house and it got a little spooky from there. I just thought it would be a funny idea for the meme page. And it just took off like wildfire. It’s entirely satirical though, and most people seem to understand that,” Roberts told KLAS-TV of Las Vegas, Fox News reports.Even after the admission made by Matty Roberts, some military experts argue that the plan to conduct the Area 51 raid is organized by the ISIS. Area 51 veteran Thornton ‘T.D.’ Barnes warned that ISIS terrorists may infiltrate during the raid, and it will cause ultimate chaos in the area.