The service is expected to be rolled out in all Chinese cities before October 1, the National Day holiday, if the initial launch goes smoothly.
Smartkarma anticipates China Tourism Group Duty Free Corp’s revenue for the second half of the year will be RMB28,700 million (US$4,247 million), a +23.8% year-on-year increase.
Sustainable travel is likely to be more top of mind for travelers than ever before.
Singapore Airlines expands KrisConnect Programme in China; China promises one-hour travel anywhere in the world by 2045.
All tickets must be sold online, while the attendance rate of each show shall not exceed 75%.
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British Airways resumes Shanghai service; Alibaba's Fliggy offers billion-dollar subsidy.
The program is not a short-term marketing activity, but a long-term consumer-centric initiative for promoting merchants’ values, according to Fliggy president.
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