Hilton Hotels recently introduced its concept of apartment-style hotel to China for the first time in a bid to expand into the country’s mid-scale market.
New rules on car-hailing will be released soon, the ministry will introduce supplementary regulations on the entire ride-sharing, vehicle registration and driver background.
Some 250,000 tourists are set to visit the city in early October thanks to China' National Day holiday week, according to Seoul Metropolitan Government.
Following bike rental ofo’s millions-of-dollar round backed by Didi Chuxing and recent financing of Mobike and YouBai, peer XiaoMing Bike also raised millions of yuan in an angel round.
Caissa Touristic announced on September 26 that it has lowered its private placement target from the original RMB 8 billion to RMB 7.208 billion.
CTS Group, a new company formed of the HKCTS-CITS merger, announced in a recent commitment letter that it plans to avoid horizontal competition with its fully-own subsidiary CITS.
Chinese aviation authority said on September 27 that that it was mulling green light to private investment in civil airport construction and operation.
Over 600 million Chinese tourists will travel abroad in next five years, according to data from China National Tourism Administration (CNTA).
In a conversation with Skift—a global travel industry intelligence leader—the founder of The Priceline Group, Jay Walker, pretty much stated that online travel booking sites are way behind the times.
According to CB Insights data, there have been 18 travel tech exits globally so far in 2016, with 17 M&A transactions, and 1 IPO.
Australia’s Flight Centre Travel Group is ramping up its presence in Europe and has bought Travellink‘s corporate travel business in five markets.
A combination of time-poor consumers and the launch of short-form formats could be behind a gradual decrease in length of the humble hotel video.
Two-thirds of Brits travelling on business are still reluctant to use a sharing economy-type accommodation or ground transportation provider.
In a letter sent to clients on September 27 and first reported by VRM Intel, tech provider LeisureLink said it is shutting up shop.
Study found that social customer service as a major priority for airlines had jumped from 32% of respondents last year to 40% in 2016.
The recent passage of the Consumer Review Fairness Act of 2016 in the Senate raises a new question about the reliability of online reviews for travelers.
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