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Related Zoom adds new route from GatwickZoom adds

first_img RelatedZoom adds new route from GatwickZoom adds new route from GatwickZoom announces 2009 schedule expansionZoom Airlines has announced its new schedule of flights for summer 2009.Air Berlin adds new Florida flightsAir Berlin adds new Florida flights As part of expansion plans for the summer, Canada-based low-cost carrier Zoom will operate 27 flights a week from the UK.Daily flights will run to Toronto and Vancouver from the UK, with the popularity of Europe as a holiday destination for Canadians given as a reason for the increase.With the addition of new services, Zoom will operate flights to and from five UK airports; London Gatwick, Glasgow, Manchester, Cardiff and Belfast.Britons travelling to Canada will be able to take advantage of Zoom services to Calgary, Montreal, Ottawa, Halifax and Winnipeg, as well as Toronto and Vancouver.Zoom also announced additions to its European summer schedule with new flights to Rome from Toronto and Montreal. The flights started earlier this month and will connect the two Canadian cities to Fiumicino Airport.Flights to and from Paris have also been bolstered, with seven services a week set to operate to the French capital from Canada. Other new services include direct flights from London Gatwick to the Florida holiday destination of Fort Lauderdale which took off at the start of May.ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Maplast_img read more

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Cordillera is taking its environmental efforts to

first_imgCordillera is taking its environmental efforts to a whole new level.Located above the Vail Valley within more than 7,000 acres of Colorado High Country ranchland, Cordillera’s property owners, members and employees understand the need to protect what makes it North America’s premiere residential mountain community.That understanding led to Cordillera’s being nominated for the Vail Valley Partnership’s 2008 Green Business of the Year Award.Now, with a mission of serving, sustaining and protecting natural resources and the environment throughout the community, and beyond, the new Cordillera Green Team – comprising representatives from all facets of the Cordillera Metro District, the Club at Cordillera and the Lodge & Spa at Cordillera – has been brainstorming on a long list of new “green ideas” for implementation in 2009.“We’re working together to identify and implement the most economical green practices,” says Green Team Leader Lisa Isom, director of recreation for the Club at Cordillera. “From composting to ‘pre-cycling’ there are many ways to preserve the environment without spending a lot of money.”Green initiatives planned by the Cordillera Green Team include:Composting Operations Employees at Cordillera’s golf course, equestrian and restaurant facilities will be storing organic materials, such as grass clippings, manures, etc., on-site in newly built “tumblers,” or 55-gallon drums modified for the purpose. The resulting compost material will be transported regularly to a site near Cordillera’s Town Park, scheduled to open June 1.“We hope to be able to compost almost all of the corn-based containers used in the Clubhouses this summer,” says Isom. “These containers won’t break down in the landfill, but they should make great fodder for our gardens and flower beds.”Community Gardens Fenced-in Community Gardens, also scheduled to open June 1, will be open to Cordillera property owners and Club members to grow their own herbs and vegetables; employees from Cordillera’s Timber Hearth Grille and Chaparral restaurants also may use the Community Gardens as testing grounds for their own fresh produce, herbs and flowers. The fenced-in, raised planting beds will be constructed using timbers of pine-beetle-killed trees from the local area.“It’s exciting to be able to use the beetle-killed trees to enhance the community by using in the construction of the planting beds,” says Jeff Hartman, Design Review Board coordinator for the Cordillera Metro District.“Pre-cycling” Based on the concept of “think before you buy,” Cordillera Green Team members have identified methods for using and/or developing items that create less waste, including: – Purchasing supplies, from landscaping items to vehicle-maintenance products to food stocks, in bulk when possible, instead of in individual containers. – Going “paperless” with payroll and other administrative operations. – Moving away from bulky, expensive brochures and toward DVDs and Web-based materials for marketing purposes. – Printing the Club’s annual magazine, Cordillera Living, on recycled paperCommunity involvement – Cordillera offers the service of dozens of its employees on Friday, May 1, to the 10th Annual Community Pride Highway Clean Up, a project of the Eagle River Watershed Council, to pick up trash from the sides of Interstate 70, U.S. Highways 6 and 24 and Colorado Highway 131. – Cordillera employees also volunteer for the Eagle River Watershed Council’s Annual Community River Clean Up in the fall, scheduled this year for Sept. 12. – Cordillera has joined Destination Preservation and Environmental Sustainability, a joint environmental program of the Vail Valley Partnership and the Town of Vail.Adopting “green” policies The Cordillera Property Owners Association and the Cordillera Metro District have adopted a policy statement entitled “Greening Cordillera,” which establishes procedures and programs to execute new federal “greening” laws and regulations.www.cordillerametro.orglast_img read more

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