Local media reported more than 100 flights were being canceled and almost 20,000 passengers affected on the first three days of the strike.
HNA Group (Hong Kong) Investment accused Hong Kong Airlines Consultation Service for failing to repay two promissory notes.
While tourism is increasing, trade volume is also growing between China and Turkey, exceeding $23 billion.
By 2022, Hainan Airlines will launch more than 40 new international flights that depart from Hainan province.
An expected drop in Chinese tourism to the United States won’t just impact hotels and restaurants. In fact retail may take the biggest hit.
The free domain allows hoteliers to access MaxiRoom without restrictions and provides information about performance in comparison with local competitors.
The first two hotels are expected to open in Shanghai and Beijing by late 2020.
From June 30, Baidu’s travel website will only display the shutdown announcement on the page.
New research shows that people see driverless cars as an attractive alternative to flying. Could AVs kill the airlines?
Launched in 2012, BeMyGuest offers both operator-facing ticketing and reservation solutions as well as B2B distribution for its clients in Asia.
Hopper claims to have surpassed $1 billion in sales during 2018, with more than 40 million downloads of its app.
Etraveli says it operates in more than 50 markets and has seen an annual growth rate of more than 30% since 2014.
The two airlines are members of the SkyTeam alliance and formed a joint venture last year that includes 290 U.S. destinations and over 80 in Asia.
Membersare of both companies' loyalty programmes are allowed to simultaneously earn Miles+Points rewards across all flight and hotel booking, as well as more ways to redeem their points and miles.
Airbnb's edges in user experience, asset appreciation, autonomy, scale economy is much higher than Uber and Lyft.
OYO aims to expand its U.S. offerings at five times that rate by the end of the year.
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