RelatedIncheon International named world’s best airportSeoul Incheon International airport has replaced Hong Kong International as the world’s best airport10 airports which make long layovers a breezeToday’s airports are no longer people-packed holding cells. They’re all-singing, all-dancing affairs, with the world’s finest restaurants alongside libraries, clubs and spas. And if your flight gets cancelled or your plane’s delayed, these are the airports where you’ll want to get stuck!More Brits travelling on flights to ArubaIncreasing numbers of British holidaymakers travelled on flights to Aruba during the first nine months of this year. UK passenger numbers in Hong Kong are surging, surpassing the 600,000 mark for the first time last year, according to reports.The Hong Kong Tourism Board (HKTB) has claimed that the increase in 2007 was more than 16 per cent over the figure from 2006. Flights to the country from the UK have increased dramatically, while the HKTB admits it is hoping to build on the number this year and is already preparing its trade activity.Meanwhile overall passenger numbers in Hong Kong have also risen, hitting a record 28.1 million last year, up some 11.6 per cent on 2006.According to TravelMole.com, HKTB executive director Anthony Lau said: “2007 was an exceptional year for the UK market to Hong Kong, and we are confident of building on this success in the coming 12 months. Hong Kong’s role as host city for the Olympic Equestrian events will ensure a high profile, and with consumer focus on China Hong Kong is well placed to achieve even more touring business.”ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map
Study Finds Access To Doctors’ Notes Helps Patients Manage Their Health Consumers are more likely to understand health issues and maintain medication schedules.The Wall Street Journal: Access To Doctors’ Notes Aids Patients’ TreatmentPatients who have access to doctor’s notes in their medical records are more likely to understand their health issues, recall what the doctor told them and take their medications as prescribed, according to a study published Monday (Landro, 10/1).Kaiser Health News: For Patients, What A Difference A Note MakesDoctors are required by federal law to provide patients with a copy of their medical notes upon request, but few patients ask and doctors generally don’t make the process easy (Gold, 10/2). This is part of the KHN Morning Briefing, a summary of health policy coverage from major news organizations. Sign up for an email subscription.