Tuniu teams up with Capital Airlines for deals
China's online travel giant Tuniu announces a strategic cooperation plan with Capital Airlines
China's online travel giant Tuniu announced a strategic cooperation plan with Capital Airlines in Beijing on March 23.
The partnership will offer more dynamic package products integrating air tickets and tourism service at various destinations.
Both parties' systems will be connected and Tuniu members can have immediate information on flight seats and prices.
"All the arrangements are to realize the mission of making easier travel," said Yu Dunde, CEO of Tuniu.
Tuniu will offer a package ticket price from Capital Airlines.
At the news conference, the travel agency also launched a series of special products and services targeting MICE and senior tourists.
"More than 37 percent of companies have offered employees travel benefits and more than 20 percent have planned to give the benefit," said Wang Shubo, vice-president of Tuniu.com.
The company has established a special section for company customers and aims to serve 10,000 domestic companies in the next three years.
A special section dedicated to seniors has also opened. It chooses trips that are suitable to those between ages 50 and 70.
More support and security services will be offered.
To date, Tuniu has more than 40 million registered members.
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