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Aloha Airlines celebrated its first flight from Honolulu to Las Vegas with fanfare yesterday at Honolulu International Airport. An Elvis lookalike and woman dressed as a Las Vegas showgirl bestowed leis on passengers at the boarding gate. Aloha's Las Vegas service includes a daily round-trip flight to Honolulu and a daily round-trip flight to Kahului, Maui. Both flights include a connecting stopover in the San Francisco Bay Area at the Oakland International Airport.

Deborah Booker • The Honolulu Advertiser

Tatibouet hoping to sell first Aston hotel in Waikiki
Hawai'i hotel executive Andre Tatibouet has put up for sale the boutique Waikiki hotel that was the first to bear the Aston name he established 15 years ago.

Bulgari, Mariott plan luxury hotel chain
Bulgari SpA, the Italian company known for its jewelry, and U.S. hotel operator Marriott International Inc. said they will invest about $140 million to develop a luxury hotel chain.

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New Microsoft president insists PC isn't dead
Microsoft named Rick Belluzzo president and chief operating officer yesterday, just 17 months after he joined the world's largest software company.
Online shopping rose sharply in 2000
Online shoppers logged on to the Internet to spend more than $28 billion last year, with airline tickets, personal computers and hotel rooms drawing the most dollars.
ABC Stores go upscale on Maui
Hawai'i-based convenience retailer ABC Stores recently opened a new flagship store at the Shops at Wailea on Maui.
International e-tickets to be offered
The International Air Transport Association and information technology company Sita Group will start a system for electronic tickets for international flights by mid-2001.
Hong Kong tourism growth expected to slow
Hong Kong expects slower growth in tourism arrivals in 2001 as competition from other destinations and fragile economic conditions in key markets crimp the city’s appeal.
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