Singapore and China agreed in May to create a fast lane for essential business and official travel, which initially applied to six Chinese provinces and municipalities.
In September, 70% or better occupancy levels were registered in key China markets such as Sanya, Shenzhen, Chengdu and Xi’an, and these markets were showing year-over-year growth in the metric.
The nations are looking to revive their coronavirus pandemic-hit economies, the world's second and third largest, through a restart of two-way business travel.
Singapore and China marked the 30th anniversary of diplomatic relations on Oct 3.
China reported a bigger flight volume last month than any other country, followed by the United States, Russia, Japan, and India, VariFlight said.
RV orders doubled in June from the same period last year on the RV2Go platform, which has rental sites in over 30 cities nationwide and holds more than 60% market share.
Creating more green lanes and negotiating air travel bubbles with countries whose Covid-19 infection rates were low were among the plans outlined to “revive” Changi Air Hub.
Tourists are showing a stronger willingness to make long-distance journeys, a Meituan report said.
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