Hotel transactions in Singapore surged by 545 percent quarter on quarter to S$2.8 billion in the three months to September.
Marriott Hotel, Chimelong Group and China CYTS Tours have joined the new system, which will open to all businesses on Fliggy on November 11.
60.7 percent of Chinese people prefer in-depth travel to short and quick visits to popular sites just to mark their presence.
The airport, which has four runways, parking spaces for 150 airplanes and a 700,000-square-meter terminal, is expected to handle 45 million passengers by 2021 and 72 million by 2025.
Over the week, Japan increased its sales tax from 8% to 10%, but Chinese shoppers – who accounted for 37%, or USD 15.4 billion, of the spending by international visitors to the nation last year – were undeterred.
TrainPal focuses on international train ticketing, which is a great supplement to other travel-related products on Ctrip all-in-one platform as general interest in "Train + X" tourism increases.
In the first three quarters of this year, Chinese travelers spent an average of RMB 649 (about USD 91.8) on their visas to India, Ctrip data showed.
Net revenue for 2019 Q3 is expected to increase by 10%-11% year-over-year, in line with guidance.
Having more brands when cheap money is chasing real estate is good for Accor, but may not be for its hotel owners.
Following a series of acquisitions, Holiday Extras is now valued at more than £100 million.
52 percent of bookings are expected to occur through their websites, mobile applications, and other airline-owned platforms by 2021.
In 2018, the global tourism industry was worth $1.7 trillion. Europe’s combined tourist spending dominates at $570 billion.
MakeMyTrip will have to pare back an operating loss of nearly $43 million in a matter of three to four quarters.
The deal comes a year after Yanolja invested USD 15 million in Zen Rooms, with the right to fully acquire the latter in the future.
Sabre expects Radixx will generate about $20 million of revenue in 2019.
There are still well-documented bumps on the road to quality and branding in alternative accommodation.
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