Taxi2Airport plans to use the funding to accelerate its growth by boosting b2b partnerships with travel platforms and looking for opportunities in Asia.
The company plays a role in connecting rail operators to travel agencies for now. Rail is a strategically important part to build a full-service travel platform.
Splyt says it has now raised more than $14 million.
HuangBaoChe has served more than 10 million outbound tourists since establishment.
Airbnb's edges in user experience, asset appreciation, autonomy, scale economy is much higher than Uber and Lyft.
Ctrip has teamed up with rail operators in Germany, Japan and South Korea, and its TrainPal service is now expanding across Europe and Asia.
It’s also looking to expand the services to more than 20 countries and regions by 2020.
These include an international exhibition center, health center, shopping town and comprehensive bonded area, Xinhua News Agency reported.
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