China Tourism Group Duty Free looks to launch $2.74b Hong Kong listing; work starts on China's second locally built cruise ship.
The second vessel will not be a duplication of the first ship.
It will be a big blow to local industries as summer is peak season.
China eases rules for international Covid flight suspensions; Alibaba's map navigation service sees record-high 120 million active users.
Guangzhou will build five inter-city subway lines that reach speeds of up to 160 km per hour.
Imported cases are the biggest risk to Beijing's epidemic prevention and control work.
Ctrip data shows Chinese Valentine’s Day hotel bookings made more by females; KKday aims to drive $100M in revenue for Vietnam’s tourism industry.
Chinese Valentine’s Day hotel bookings made more by females; Chinese carriers eager to resume flights to Sabah.
Newly appointed CEO Matt Goldberg says all segments "continued to see robust improvement due to the strong demand in leisure travel."
Financial services companies have the most to gain by upping the value proposition of their travel rewards programs.
Lodging gross bookings were up 8% versus the second quarter 2019.
In Greater China, RevPAR declined more than 50% compared to 2019 because of lockdowns in many major cities.
The company expects record current-quarter revenue showing confidence in the faster-than-expected recovery despite rising air fares and hotel tariffs.
Forward air bookings for travel in August through October are seeing stronger recovery.
The travel brands are still in the early days of testing and learning what resonates with travelers.
Airbnb reported net income of $379 million, up from a loss of $68 million in the year-ago quarter.
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