Ctrip's group-tour report reveals a new era for small, private groups; India asks airlines not to fly Chinese nationals.
Trip.com's group-tour report reveals a new era for small, private groups; China's hotel occupancy recovers faster than rest of world.
Civil Aviation Minister Hardeep Singh Puri said "no such direction" came from the government, India.com reported.
Some key routes may also be opened up to rival Hong Kong Airlines and newly-minted competitor Greater Bay Airlines.
EHang launches aerial tourism services with strategic partner Greenland; Chinese airline's Australian pilot college in liquidation as 62 local staff sacked.
The liquidator is now looking to sell the company's 37 aircraft and the Merredin Airport that was sold to China Southern Airlines for AUD 1 in 1995.
Apart from ticket sales, China Southern Airlines plans to explore new business models in innovative products and joint marketing on Pinduoduo.
Low-altitude tourism in China could reach 4.2 billion passengers in recent years, leading to a market size of RMB 58.5 billion (USD 8.96 billion).
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