This all happens when it is settled whether the crimson club will be part of the ACB next season after it led virtually all the competition until the league break and continued as first. If finally, as it seems, the Federation advances in the proposal for Valladolid and Guipuzcoa to ascend, the people of Valladolid would have to have resolved, above all, the issue of conversion into a Sports Public Limited Company. The Valladolid station says that the conversations, of which the City Council is duly informed, are on the right track so that basketball is integrated as one more section of Real Valladolid, assuming the colors and the emblem of the Ronaldo club and being part of the Sociedad Anónima Deportiva, indispensable step for the basketball team to play next season in ACB, in a league with 20 teams. Those interested look at the precedent of Basketball Sevilla and Betis, although the Sevillian basketball club had already played in ACB and was a Public Limited Company.If the union is done, but the promotion could not be done finally, the new section of the blanquivioleta club would go on to prepare a project to face the assault on the ACB in the next season, always keeping the budget balance, but now you don’t think about it. With Jorge Garbajosa, president of the Federation, ready to do anything so that the two stipulated promotions are fulfilled, and the mayor of Valladolid, Óscar Puente, pushing the option of union and promotion, the illusion of white-and-white basketball grows at times. Mike Hansen, president of the Valladolid Basketball Club, was already anticipating it at AS on Wednesday, as a possibility, as a way to explore, and it seems that reality is closer than intuited. As Cadena Ser told in Valladolid this morning, The conversations between the top leader of the CBC and Matt Fenaert, CEO of Real Valladolid, have already taken place and there is a good harmony on both sides for the union, waiting for the last word, that would have the Brazilian Ronaldo Nazario, maximum shareholder of the football club, who already at the time leaned to lend his support to the basketball team.
British Airwaysbook flights hereAbout British AirwaysBritish Airways’ route network currently serves more than 190 destinations in 80 countries. It has been flying to Singapore for over 80 years and currently operates twice-daily flights between London Heathrow and Singapore, and daily flights between Singapore and Sydney.The airline operates from the award-winning London Heathrow Terminal 5, exclusive to British Airways’ and Iberia Airlines’ customers, Terminal 5 is capable of handling 30 million customers a year. In March 2016, Terminal 5 was named by Skytrax as the Best Airport Terminal for the fifth year running. London Heathrow Airport also won the Best Airport Shopping award.In October 2016 at the Business Traveller Awards, British Airways was awarded the Best Short-Haul Carrier and its frequent flyer programme, Executive Club was awarded the Best Frequent Flyer Programme for the 11th consecutive year. British Airways’ Concorde Room at London Heathrow Terminal 5 was awarded Best Airport Lounge. The oneworld alliance, of which British Airways was a founding airline, came in first in the Best Airline Alliance category for the fourth year running.In February 2016, British Airways was also named the top Business and Consumer Superbrand at the Superbrands 2016 Awards, becoming the first brand to win both prestigious titles two years in a row. Jessie J and British Airways treat Tokyo to a slice of British eccentricityJessie J and British Airways treat Tokyo to a slice of British eccentricity Pop star Jessie J brought a piece of London glamour to the streets of Tokyo as she boarded a red London bus in the heart of downtown Tokyo to help British Airways bring a slice of eccentric British culture to the Japanese capital.The star – famous for songs including Price Tag – surprised locals by appearing as part of British Airways’ London For Less campaign, which highlights the fantastic value foreign visitors can enjoy in England.British Airways’ pilots and crew took over Tokyo’s streets to celebrate how international travellers into London can currently enjoy the city’s most famous attractions for up to 45 per cent cheaper than usual following the appreciation of the Japanese Yen.The airline – which operates 14 flights a week between Tokyo and London – flew Jessie in from Los Angeles in America to meet her Tokyo fans. The historic bus toured the city between 1pm-8pm offering free rides between Roppongi, Harajuku and Shibuya.Chart-topper Jessie, 28, brought a smile to the faces of those on board, helping to judge a bus karaoke competition for Tokyoites to win a trip to London.Speaking after the event. Jessie said: “I grew up in London so I’m no stranger to riding double decker busses but it has been a lot of fun to ride around on one in Tokyo and meet my fans here. London has always been an unbelievable city to visit – and right now it’s even better value than ever.”As part of the event, members of the public were invited on board to meet Jessie J and take part in quizzes and karaoke contests to win prizes, including British Airways return flights to London in both its World Traveller and luxurious Club World cabins. Others picked up exclusive discount booking codes for ba.com.And for those who couldn’t make it on board the London bus, British Airways also ran a Twitter competition to win a pair of World Traveller economy class tickets to London. All locals had to do was simply share the London Bus service announcement on VisitBritain’s twitter account (https://twitter.com/visitbritain_jp) or comment using the #お手頃ロンドン(#Londonforless) hashtag to be in the draw.Jonty Brunner, British Airways’ regional general manager for Japan and Korea, said the show had been a huge success. “It’s not every day the people of Tokyo see a London bus coming around the corner – let alone get to ride one or meet a superstar like Jessie J on board,” he said.“Everybody seems to have enjoyed the experience and we look forward to welcoming them on board a British Airways flight to visit London in the near future. The exchange rate of the Japanese Yen is now so strong against the British Pound, it’s the perfect time to fit in some Christmas shopping.”Jessie gave her top tips for the festive season: “London in December has such a vibe. Whether you want to wander around the famous Harrods in Knightsbridge or bring out your inner child at Hamleys toy shop on Regent Street (I used to work there) visit Hyde Park and drink mulled wine at winter wonderland. Taking a walk and discovering hidden gems to eat all over London. Go to pop up cinemas in Hackney or see the lights at Tower Bridge or ice skate at the Natural History Museum! It’s beautiful! Biggest tip for me in London is to look up. You discover beauty everywhere when you look up,” she said.During the event in Tokyo, Jessie J took part in the mannequin challenge. Watch here.British Airways flies to its global hub, London Heathrow, from Tokyo 14 times a week where customers can experience British Airways’ state-of- the-art Terminal 5, which is exclusive to British Airways and Iberia customers and is capable of handling 30 million customers a year. Source = British Airways