Chinese mainland airlines to obtain government subsidies to overcome operational difficulty; Singapore’s air travel is rebounding despite China’s border restrictions.
Online travel company Trip.com Group acknowledges that the things-to-do segment is still in an early stage of development with a comparably low level of digitization.
Cathay Pacific to rehire hundreds of cabin crew; Meituan Travel and Tujia look to capitalize on Airbnb’s exit from China.
The company has seen 460% increase in Southeast Asian hotel bookings made from January 1st to April 30th compared to last year – surpassing even 2019’s levels.
The tickets are essentially sold on public ticketing platforms and agents aren't given preference.
The online travel company’s plan to target opportunities, for instance, reaching out to new users in lower-tier cities, continues to deliver.
Revenue from the air ticketing business increased by 4.6% to USD 25.3 million in the quarter ended March 31, 2022.
China’s travel retail market is currently foreseen to grow to RMB 150 billion by 2025.
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