E-commerce platform Pinduoduo added flight booking service; Fliggy, Meituan and Trip.com build membership programs for independent hotels.
US plans to revise previously-announced ban on Chinese passenger flights; Chengdu airport became the world’s busiest last month.
Outdoorsy has seen a 2,645% increase in bookings from the low point of COVID, which was late March, to right now.
China and Singapore agreed to create a fast lane to facilitate essential travel without 14-day quarantine from June 8; Trip.com Group set up a new unit to invest in startups.
Mr. Jay Shen, vice president of the Trip.com Group, serves as legal representative of the new company.
Booking.com’s decision to forgo an extension of Dutch government relief means that layoffs are likely coming.
The partnership will provide Trip.com Group with access to Hotelbeds’ Beyond The Bed portfolio of more than 18,000 activities in 690 destinations.
The Trump administration is banning Chinese passenger airlines from flying to the US; Global online travel agencies will drop rate parity terms on Korean regulatory demand.
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